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50th Anniversary of Kirkland Charter Signing to be Commemorated

Hamilton will commemorate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Kirkland charter during Reunions ’15. The New York State Board of Regents approved Kirkland’s charter in March 1965, 153 years after their approval of the original Hamilton College charter. The first class entered in 1968.  More ...

The choir, under the direction of G. Roberts Kolb, performs in Wellin Hall.
Choir Heads South for Spring Tour

The Hamilton College Choir is on the road for its annual spring break tour, this year performing in five cities in the South as well as Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. The 65-member choir is directed by G. Roberts Kolb, professor of music and director of choral music at Hamilton since 1981.  More ...

Matthew Palmer '16 and Evelyn Torsher '17
Matthew Palmer ’16, Evelyn Torsher ’17 Awarded Critical Language Scholarships

Matthew Palmer’16  and Evelyn Torsher ’17 have been awarded the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS). Palmer will study Chinese in China and Torsher will study Arabic in Jordan, Oman or Morocco.  More ...

Tsion Tesfaye ’16, Sharif Shrestha ’17, Ryan Ong ’16 and Jose Vazquez ’15 at CGI U.
Four Hamilton Students Take Global Stage

Four Hamilton students who have created meaningful projects to address global problems through their work with the Levitt Public Affairs Center had the opportunity to share their ideas on a much larger stage when they were chosen to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) in Miami on March 6-8. Ryan Ong ’16, Sharif Shrestha ’17, Tsion Tesfaye ’16 and Jose Vazquez ’15  - all of whom are Levitt Social Innovation Fellows or Public Service Interns – were among 1000 college and university students selected to take part in the prestigious conference.  More ...

Frank Anechiarico ’71
Anechiarico ’71 Joins Museum Advisory Board

Frank Anechiarico ’71, the Maynard-Knox Professor of Government and Law, recently joined the advisory board of The Museum of Political Corruption in Albany, N.Y. Also on the board is former gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout.  More ...

The Class of '18 COOP CSIs. Front: Hiromi Terai, Sabrina Gattine, Jaylene Perez, Chidera Onyeoziri, Michaela Guinee, Sophie Dizengoff. Back: Nikolas Guevara, Reinaldo Camacho, Chris Lovejoy
COOP: A True Commitment To Service

Hamilton serves.

This simple two-word sentence can have a multitude of meanings depending on who you ask.  For some, it is simply a slogan plastered onto a crisp blue t-shirt.  For others, it brings back warm memories of first-year orientation, and the bonding experience that volunteer work provided.  For members of the Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP), though, it holds much more significance.  For these individuals, “Hamilton serves” is a lifestyle.  More ...

Mark and Kristin Kimball and a calf from Grey Rock Farm in Cazenovia.
Kimballs Present "Food Ethics: A Farmer's Perspective"

Mark and Kristin Kimball, owners and operators of Essex Farm, in Essex, NY, visited Hamilton on March 10 to give a presentation titled “"Food Ethics: A Farmer's Perspective” on the subject of sustainable farming. Far from being limited simply to a standard talk, the event was accompanied by free food and drink produced on the Essex Farm, a variety of demonstrations such as the cooking of meats on a portable burner, and other excitement including the arrival of a live calf in the Taylor Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium.  More ...

Kari Koga '15 in the genetics lab in Hamilton's Taylor Science Center.
Kari Koga ’15 Explores Genetics Research

Since the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in 1953, the study and the understanding of genetics has grown exponentially. Gene therapy, the Human Genome Project, and “designer babies” exhibit the growing interest and relevance of genetics on modern society. Kari Koga ’15, a biology major, has had the opportunity to explore her passion for genetics research for the past three summers with Evolutionary Genomics.  More ...

Austin Briggs
Briggs Invited Speaker at Conference

Austin Briggs, the Hamilton B. Tompkins Professor of English emeritus, delivered a paper titled “Thinking about Molly Bloom – and Marilyn Monroe and Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Robinson” at a conference held Feb. 26-27 at the University of Florida (UF).  More ...

The victorious Mock Trial team  with their Opening Round Championship trophy at Penn State.
Mock Trial Advances to Nationals

Hamilton’s Mock Trial team has had a successful competitive year, but it’s not over yet. The team came in 3rd place last weekend (March 6-8) at the Opening Round Championship (ORCs) at Pennsylvania State University, granting them a bid to the national competition in Cincinnati (April 17-19). Of the eight total ORCs tournaments in the country, Penn State’s is known to be one of the most competitive, hosting teams such as Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Columbia and Tufts, all of which frequently compete at the national level.  More ...

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