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Mandy Lin ’15 Chosen as Ambassador for Expo Milano 2015

Mandy Lin ’15 has been selected to be a student ambassador for the USA Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015. Under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State, the USA Pavilion will showcase American innovation in addressing the challenge of feeding the world's growing population and highlight developments in American culinary culture. The theme is American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet.  More ...

Students in Larson's Prison Writing Class Collect Books for Incarcerated

Three students in Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson’s “Booked: Prison Writing” course this fall held a campus book drive to benefit prisoners at a New York State correctional facility.  More ...

Cannavò Co-Edits Book on Green Theory and Great Thinkers

Engaging Nature: Environmentalism and the Political Theory Canon, co-edited by Associate Professor of Government Peter Cannavò, was recently published by The MIT Press. The publisher calls the book “the first comprehensive volume to bring the insights of Green Theory to bear in reinterpreting” canonical theorists such as Plato, Aristotle, Du Bois and Confucius.  More ...

Stephen Wu and Kendall Weir '12
NPR Features Weir '12 and Wu Study

NPR’s science correspondent Shankar Vedantam featured a study on character versus performance and compensation in the National Football League (NFL) that began as Kendall Weir’s senior thesis by under the direction of Professor of Economics Stephen Wu. The Dec. 18 broadcast on NPR’s Morning Edition highlighted the results of Weir ’12 and Wu’s paper titled “Criminal Records and the Labor Market for Professional Athletes” published in The Journal of Sports Economics.  More ...

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Wide Range of Stories Drew News Site Readers in 2014

In the coming weeks the Hamilton Communications department will review the college news that drew the most interest from national and local media in 2014. Here’s a look back at the 10 stories that garnered the greatest attention on Hamilton’s news site this year, based on the number of views.  More ...

Amy Zhang '18 poses with her book <em>Falling Into Place</em>.
Amy Zhang '18 Authors Young Adult Novel Falling Into Place

Last year at this time (Heqing) Amy Zhang ’18 was a senior at Sheboygan Falls High School in Wisconsin. Little did she know then that a piece she wrote for a high school English assignment would within less than a year become a young-adult novel. Falling Into Place was published by Harper Collins in September.  More ...

Professor Maurice Isserman with Hamilton students at the NYC Millions March
Hamilton Students, Faculty Join NYC Millions March

Two busloads full of Hamilton College students and a half dozen faculty members arrived in New York City on Saturday, Dec. 13, to join a march against police shootings, primarily of black men. Part of a national movement, people gathered in cities including Boston, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., to march in reaction to recent events.    More ...

Alan Cafruny
Cafruny Lectures at Kings College, London

Alan Cafruny , the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, presented a lecture at Kings College London as part of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence Research Seminar Series  in November. His talk was titled “The Political Economy of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).”  More ...

Men's soccer players to make missionary trip to Guatemala

Six members of the Hamilton College men's soccer team will travel to Guatemala during winter break in January 2015 through the Guatemala Healing Hands Foundation (GHHF).  More ...

Front: Professor Myriam Cotten Sophie Mayeux '15 Deanna Cho '15 Sandy Wu '16 Ashley Carducci '15 Andy Chen '16, back: Sydney Feinstein '15 Hannah Ellerbrock '15 Alex Kaplan '16 Professor Ken Dill Mason Schoeneck '15 Kevin Boettger '15
Stony Brook Professor Ken Dill Visits Campus as Morris Fellow

Ken A. Dill, Distinguished Professor of Physics & Chemistry at Stony Brook University, visited Hamilton on Dec. 4-5, as the College’s second Robert S. Morris Class of 1976 Visiting Fellow.  More ...

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