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Kate Nguyen '15 and her supervisor Maria Diaz at the Community Heath Forum at NYU.
Kate Nguyen ’15 Busy Interning at Two NYC Organizations

Business forecasting and preparing grant proposals may not be the typical duties of a summer intern, yet Kate Nguyen’s ’15 is gaining extensive hands-on experience working at two small organizations in New York City. Nguyen is interning with the Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, and Day One, an independent record label, through the generosity of the Summer Internship Support Fund.  More ...

John McEnroe
The Last Days of the Palace at Knossos

John McEnroe's article, "The Final Palace at Knossos," was recently published by the Canadian Institute in Greece in Meditations on the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin. The volume presents the proceedings of a colloquium held in Athens to honor the eminent Canadian architectural historian, Frederick E. Winter. McEnroe is the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Arts.  More ...

Stephen Goldberg
Goldberg Gives Keynote Address

Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg delivered the keynote address on July 25 at the “Language in the Arts – Presence and Future” symposium at the Fondation Hartung-Bergman in Antibes, France. The symposium was sponsored by the Written Art Foundation, Frankfurt am Main.  More ...

Hamilton names new associate athletic director

Angel Mason, assistant athletic director at California Institute of Technology for the past two years, has been appointed Hamilton College's associate athletic director.  More ...

Courtney Power '15
The Business of Talent Representation

Courtney Power ’15, a communication major, is spending the summer in New York City with Evolution Media Talent (EMT), through the generosity of the Class of 1964 Internship Support Fund. She described EMT as, “a talent representation firm, managing and representing professionals in the news, sports and entertainment industries.”  More ...

The Death of the Dollar Bill: The Rise of Bitcoin and Other Online Currencies

With the digitization of information, cyberspace is a developing network that’s changing how we live. In 2009, the first digital currency, Bitcoin, was invented.  Bitcoin has been called a “decentralized virtual currency” by some economists, due to the fact that it is transferred from one user to another, called peer-to-peer or P2P, without the use of any central bank.  Sitong Chen ’16, with Professor of Economics Christophre Georges, worked this summer on an Emerson project, “Analysis of the Internet-born Currency: The Birth of Bitcoin.”  More ...

María Gabriela Portal was interviewed by a student at IES Nº1 in Argentina.
Portal Presents in Argentina

María Gabriela Portal, teaching fellow in Hispanic studies, was an invited presenter on Aug. 8 at an English Teaching Training College at IES Nº1 in La Quiaca, Jujuy, Argentina.  More ...

Ivy Akumu '15
Investing in Africa’s Future

Africa is home to some of the fastest developing economies and up-and-coming global leaders, as Ivy Phoebe Akumu ’15, an economics major, knows. This summer, Akumu is a corporate business intern with the Commercial Bank of Africa Ltd. (CBA), one of East Africa’s largest privately owned banks. Her internship is located in Upper Hill, Nairobi, Kenya, and is sponsored through the Summer Internship Support Fund.  More ...

Hamilton College students get a guided tour, led by Museum Education Coordinator Clare Fitzgerald through the Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute.
Pre-Orientation Groups Share Experiences

As members of Hamilton’s Class of 2018 prepare to return to campus for Orientation, some of the pre-orientation groups shared photos of their programs as they explored  attractions in Utica and the Adirondacks and learned about bee-keeping and battlegrounds.  More ...

Isabel Dau '15 in front of Andy Warhol's "Early Colored Jackie,1964," at the museum.
The Show Behind the Canvas

Meandering through the placid halls of an art museum, many guests appreciate the aesthetics of the exhibition and its pieces. However, few may realize the amount of fundraising, work and time it takes to procure, produce and put on one of these exhibits. Isabel Dau ’15, a classical studies major, is spending the summer interning at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford, Conn., with support from the Richard & Patsy Couper Fund.  More ...

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