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The Hamiltones in New York City.
Hamiltones Perform at NYU

Hamilton’s co-ed a capella group The Hamiltones, performed at New York University (NYU)  on March 1. The Hamiltones opened for the NYU all-male a cappella group, Mass Transit, and performed four songs.  More ...

Thomas Tull '92, back left, seated next to retired Gen. Colin Powell, at the White House discussion of President Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative.
Thomas Tull '92 Participates in Obama's "My Brothers Keeper" Initiative

Thomas Tull ’92, founder and CEO of Legendary Entertainment and a member of Hamilton’s Board of Trustees, was part of a group of foundation and business leaders invited by President Barack Obama to discuss his “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative at the White House on Feb. 27.  More ...

Artist Alfredo Jaar lectures in the Bradford Auditorium.
Celebrated Artist Alfredo Jaar Lectures on Art and Power

Some people might not think of art as a force for social or political transformation, but one artist, Alfredo Jaar, has been evoking change through art for decades. On March 5, the Chilean-born and New York-based artist, architect, and filmmaker delivered a captivating two-hour lecture to the Hamilton community in a crowded Bradford Auditorium. His talk was part of the Art Department’s Visiting Artist Series.  More ...

Hamilton and Colgate Announce Membership in edX

Hamilton College and Colgate University jointly announced today their partnership as new contributing members in the nonprofit, online learning platform edX. Founded by Harvard University and MIT, edX currently offers more than 150 courses in many areas of study, including the arts and humanities, public health, law, math and computer science. Its focus is to create access to the world’s best education globally, improve on-campus education and conduct research to enhance teaching and learning.  More ...

Program in New York City students and Professor Maurice Isserman in Washington Square Park.
NYC Program Takes “Big Onion” Labor History Tour

Students in Hamilton’s Program in New York City took the “Big Onion” labor history tour of Greenwich Village and the East Village on Feb. 26.  More ...

"Aequalis: Blueblood and Fusion" (2014) by Rebecca Murtaugh
Murtaugh’s New Work in CAW Exhibition

Alluring Repulsions,” an exhibition of new sculptures by Associate Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh, will be on display March 7 – April 3 at Hilles Gallery at the Creative Arts Workshop (CAW).  The show will open with a reception on March 7, from 5 – 7 p.m., at the gallery, located at 80 Audubon Street in New Haven, Conn.  More ...

Gilbert Strang
Mathematician Gilbert Strang Visits Campus March 6 and 7

Gilbert Strang, the inaugural Robert S. Morris Class of 1976 Visiting Fellow at Hamilton, and the MathWorks Professor of Mathematics at MIT, will be on campus for two events on Thursday and Friday, March 6 and 7.  More ...

Hamilton student volunteers at Clinton Elementary School.
Hispanic Studies Students Teach Spanish at Clinton Elementary

Thirty-five Hamilton students are teaching Spanish to third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students at Clinton Elementary. They volunteer in groups and work closely with the Clinton students to help them improve their language skills and gain an appreciation for foreign languages. Hispanic Studies Teaching Fellow Maria Gabriela Portal and Elisabeth MacColl ’16 run the program, which will continue throughout the semester.  More ...

Hamilton dancers perform a piece by Kirstin Howard.
Spring Dance Concert is March 7 and 8

Hamilton’s Department of Dance and Movement Studies will present its annual Spring Dance Concert on Friday, March 7, and Saturday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and Performing Arts. The performance will feature Hamilton student dancers and choreography by Hamilton faculty Elaine Heekin, Sandra Stanton, Bruce Walczyk and Paris Wilcox ’95 in addition to guest choreographer Matthew Powell.  More ...

Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Pens Introduction to New Book

Assistant Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas wrote the introduction for the re-publication of Grenadian writer and educator Albert Marryshow’s Cycles of Civilization: A Refutation of General Jan Smuts Racist Theory.  More ...

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