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F.I.L.M. Series Features Portrait of Jason

The spring F.I.L.M. (Forum on Image and Language in Motion) series continues on Sunday, Feb. 7, with Portrait of Jason (1967), directed by Shirley Clarke and starring Jason Holliday (née Aaron Payne).  More ...

M.K. Dorsey
Dorsey Discusses Path to Energy Justice

Members of the Hamilton community gathered to hear Dr. Michael Dorsey’s lecture, “Pathways Beyond Paris: Toward Energy & Climate Justice” on Feb. 4. Dorsey is the interim director for the Joint Center of Political and Economic Studies in Washington, D.C., but has previously worked for the Clinton and Obama administrations, the United Nations, the environmental departments of Ecuador and small island nations, and has served as a professor at Wesleyan University, Dartmouth College and several other institutions around the world.  More ...

Claudia Rankine
Poet Claudia Rankine to Discuss Racism and Read from Her Work

Claudia Rankine, poet and professor of creative writing at Pomona College, will read from her works and present a discussion on racism on Monday, Feb. 8, at 7 p.m., in the Chapel.  More ...

Members of the men's soccer team and Coach Perry Nizzi with some of the hoodies, sweaters and sweatshirts they collected for the Rome Rescue Mission.
Men's Soccer Team Collects Clothing for Rescue Mission

The men’s soccer team team initiated a community service project over the past few months, collecting sweatshirts/sweaters and hoodies to be donated to the Rome Rescue Mission. The team collected more than 150 articles of clothing and will be dropping them off in Rome next week.  More ...

Cynthia Downs
Downs Publishes Pace-of-Life Research Paper

A paper co-authored by Assistant Professor of Biology Cynthia Downs was recently published by The American Naturalist. “Speeding up growth: selection for mass-independent maximal metabolic rate alters growth rates” describes the results of the authors’ study of the relationship of metabolic rates to pace-of-life.  More ...

Choir Musical Preview: Sondheim on Sondheim

The Hamilton College Department of Music presents the 2016 choir musical, Sondheim on Sondheim, on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center.  More ...

Former Lost Boy of Sudan John Dau speaks in the Hamilton Chapel on Feb. 3.
Former "Lost Boy of Sudan" John Dau Describes Journey to U.S.

Human rights activist John Dau, a former “Lost Boy of Sudan,” spoke on Feb. 3 about his life experiences and his successful career in the United States. The talk was presented by the Levitt Center Speaker Series.  More ...

Lisa Yang, president of Hamilton Microfinance, and executive board member Flavia Oliveira ’16, visited the loan recipient's farm.
Hamilton Microfinance Extends Loan to Local Amish Farmer

Just days after arriving on campus after the winter break, members of Hamilton Microfinance (HMF) met with Tom Owens, CEO and president of ACCESS Federal Credit Union, to evaluate the club’s first loan application of 2016. After reviewing the application, the group voted unanimously to provide a $2,500 loan to Rudy (for Rudy's privacy, the club is not disclosing his last name), who plans to use the funds to buy machinery for his farm.  More ...

Donald Carter
Carter Presents at CAS Symposium

Professor of Africana Studies Donald Carter presented a paper at a symposium on “African Clandestine Migrants and Fortress Europe: Dreams of a Better Future and Human Dramas in the Mediterranean Sea.” The event was held Jan. 22-23 at the University of Florida Center for African Studies (CAS).  More ...

From left, back row: Julia Ferguson, Rachael Wilkin, Anne Emanuels, Taryn Ruf, Isabelle Bradford, Ianthe Lekometros, Onno Oerlemans. Amelia Denney. From left, front row: Alexa Merriam, Janelle Schwartz, Kianee De Jesus.
Students in Inaugural Program in Adirondacks Report on Internships

Very few study abroad experiences offer a chance to be truly independent. While some may allow their students to pursue directed research projects, they are often within bounds predetermined by the program. However, during the first semester of Hamilton’s Adirondack Program during the fall of 2015, students not only had a chance to be independent in their academic pursuits, but they were also able to explore areas of interest outside of their comfort zone by way of internships. These jobs completed the “Field Component” requirement of the semester curriculum.  More ...

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