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Hamilton, Have a Heart
It's time to start preparing for the #1 event in Central New York - America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk. This year's event will take place on Saturday, Feb. 24, at Utica College. More ...
Laure-Anne Bosselaar to Visit
Award-winning poet Laure-Anne Bosselaar will serve as writer-in-residence and give public reading of her work at Hamilton. Her first collection of poems in English, The Hour between Dog and Wolf, was a finalist for several awards. More ...
MLK Service Day on Saturday
Members of the Hamilton community spent the day Saturday volunteering at 10 Utica-area sites in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King's commitment to service. More ...
American Ballet Theatre Studio Company
The Hamilton College Performing Arts Series opens the spring semester with a performance by the American Ballet Theatre Studio Company on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center. This public performance ends a week-long residency that includes master classes, school matinees and a public performance. The residency is a partnership between Hamilton College, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, and the Central New York Arts Council’s Arts in Education Institute. More ...
ACCESS Project Launched
Seventeen low-income women from the Mohawk Valley are taking the first step toward a college education as members of the pilot class of the ACCESS Project, a comprehensive program designed to provide low-income parents in Central New York with all of the support necessary to thrive in an academic community. More ...
Mike Burton to Perform on Jan. 27
Mike Burton grew up in North Carolina and went to Catawba College where he earned his BFA in Theatre Arts; he then moved to New York City to become a comedian. Since then his career has taken off. More ...
Pat McGee Band to perform at Hamilton
The Pat McGee Band will perform at Hamilton on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 9 p.m. in the Beinecke Village Annex. Since its formation in early 1996, the Pat McGee Band's grassroots growth has been phenomenal. The band, with rich harmonies and energized acoustic rock, has been selling out clubs, such as Irving Plaza, New York, NY; House of Blues, Chicago; Paradise, Boston; Birchmere in Alexandria, VA, and the 9:30 Club and the Bayou in Washington, DC. PMB's biggest sellout -- more than 7,000 -- occurred on July 2, 1998 at Wolf Trap's Filene Center, Vienna, VA. They performed on the H.O.R.D.E. tour in Charlotte, NC, and opened for the Allman Brothers Band in Buffalo and Toronto. The band signed a recording contract with Giant Records, a joint venture with Warner Brothers Records. More ...
Second Annual FebFest Scheduled
This year might mark only the second anniversary of Hamilton's FebFest, but a Winter Carnival was once an integral part of Hamilton tradition. Begun in 1938, the events of the Winter Carnival included concerts, dance parties, and a snow sculpture competition. Despite the popularity of this tradition, it died out in the mid-1950s. However, the Winter Carnival was brought back to the Hill last year in the form of FebFest, a week-long celebration of winter and a break from the monotony of classes and work. Most importantly, it is an opportunity for the entire campus community to become involved in an event that celebrates Hamilton and its traditions. In the tradition of the old Winter Carnival, FebFest includes concerts, parties, and various outdoor activities. New events have been added, such as the Gong Show, the Snoccer tournament, and the Wine and Chocolate Tasting. This year, FebFest will be held from Monday, Feb. 12 - Saturday, Feb.17. More ...
Home Schooling Web Site Launched
Mitchell Stevens, an assistant professor of sociology at Hamilton College, and author of an upcoming book about home schooling, has launched a Web site gallery of art by homeschooled children. More ...
A Good Deed; Urban Service Experience
Twelve students and Hamilton faculty participated in USE -- Utica Service Experience -- during the winter break. The participants volunteered at Utica-area organizations Hope House and Westminster Church. The three-day project was sponsored by the Kirkland Project and the Office of the President. More ...
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