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Empowering Communities
Keith Foster came to Hamilton with an interest in physics and philosophy. After taking a few sociology courses, he developed a passion for human rights. Now, just two years later, he’ll have the opportunity to take his ideas to the top as a participant at this fall's United Nations World Conference against Racism, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance to be held in Durban, South Africa. More ...
Gaining a Foot Hold in the World
Amanda Geib ’91 comes back to Hamilton each fall to recruit candidates for General Electric’s Financial Management Program. "I love Hamilton and GE and want the two to meet," said Amanda, manager of finance for GE Capital Card Services. This year she met Brendan Ferretti, whose résumé of accomplishments includes community service, working with a team of students who designed a Web site for college-age voters and serving as co-captain of the men’s basketball team. More ...
Lining Up the Bands
As Campus Activities Board (CAB) concert coordinator, Chris Fogelstrom is the guy behind the scenes who lines up bands to perform at Hamilton. At other times he takes the stage himself, as a drummer for various campus groups. More ...
Searching For a Cure For Cancer
How can you build a single molecule — millions of times too small for the eye to see — without ever setting foot in a chemistry lab? "It's easier than you might think," says Lorena Hernandez. More ...
Bringing Excitement to the Air
As thousands of people poured into Hamilton's field house anxiously waiting for former President Jimmy Carter to arrive for a campus lecture, Justin Ginsberg was there, capturing the excitement on live radio. More ...
99 Questions
Jared Johnson spent last summer combing the streets of New York City armed with a video camera and this question: "What one question have you always wanted to ask a black person but never have?" More ...
The Psychology of Runners
In the middle of Paris — just a short jog from the Eiffel Tower — something changed the way psychology major Maggie Hanson thought about runners. More ...
Pursuing Two Passions
When the world-renowned H.T. Chen and Dancers troupe came to perform and conduct workshops at Hamilton, Nicole Caporusso wasted little time meeting Chen himself. After all, the two have a lot in common. More ...
Playing Tic-Tac-Toe?
Aaron Crosman spends his days playing tic-tac-toe ... well, not exactly. More ...
Live Online Chat
Andrea DuVall, Associate Dean of Admission and Director of Multicultural Recruitment at Hamilton, will answer your questions and discuss the strategies for recruiting a diverse class. Tuesday, February 5, 2002. 8 - 9 p.m. EST

Only registered users of HOLAC may participate in the chat. If you are interested in participating, please reserve your spot today via e-mail: holac@hamilton.edu More ...
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