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Team McBratney Takes 11th Annual HamTrek

Team McBratney was the overall winner of the 2014 HamTrek triathlon with a time of  53:40.04.  Professor of English Onno Oerlemans was the top individual finisher clocking in at 57:32.88, and Lauren King ’16 was the top female individual  at 01:05:44.82.  More ...

Nieves and Simons Discuss DHi at Amherst

Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) co-directors Angel David Nieves and Janet Simons gave an invited presentation on April 28 at Amherst College. “Innovation and Sustainability in Digital Humanities” focused on collaboration among faculty, students, librarians and technologists to develop innovative approaches to digital humanities scholarship that are also sustainable models at liberal arts colleges.  More ...

Program in Washington students at the Pentagon with Lt. Col. Eric Hannis '90, center, and professor Sharon Rivera.
Washington Program Students Visit the Pentagon

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., were treated to a private tour of the Pentagon by Lt. Col. Eric Hannis ’90 on April 16. He is currently serving as the country director for Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan in the Middle East Division of Air Force International Affairs.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
New York Times Publishes Plate's Letter

The New York Times published a letter to the editor written by Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies S. Brent Plate on May 2 under the title “Why Religious Literacy is Important in Our Culture.” Plate, author of A History of Religion in 5 ½ Objects, was responding to an opinion piece by Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.  More ...

How College Works
Chambliss Interviewed on NYU Radio Station

Daniel Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, was interviewed on WNYU, New York University ‘s radio station, about his and his former student Chris Takacs'  new book, How College Works. The April 28 interview addressed how students can get the most out of college. Chambliss also described the ten-year study of nearly 100 students from their high school years to five years after college graduation that he and Takacs conducted.  More ...

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Holocaust Survivor Helen Sperling to Lecture on May 5

Utican Helen Sperling, a Holocaust survivor and renowned lecturer, will speak at Hamilton College on Monday May 5, at 7 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is sponsored by Hillel and is free and open to the public.  More ...

George Taliaferro '15 performs with the Jazz Combo in McEwen.
Department of Music Presents Spring Ensemble Concerts May 2-8

The Hamilton College Department of Music presents several spring concerts for student ensembles -- the choir, orchestra and jazz ensemble --  in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts, May 2-8.  More ...

Joanne Shenandoah performed at Hamilton on May 1.
Iroquois Influences on the Founding of Hamilton College

More than 220 years ago, the founder of the Hamilton-Oneida Academy, Samuel Kirkland, joined forces with Chief John Skenandoah to accomplish a noble goal. They were to found an institution of higher education, where the native population and the European colonizers could learn with, and from, one another. Seven generations later, his descendant, Joanne Shenandoah, is carrying on his dream of cultural harmony.  More ...

President Stewart to Present on Innovation Panel

Hamilton President Joan Hinde Stewart along with five other college presidents will be addressing a crowd of nearly 400 educators, journalists and business leaders on Monday, May 5, at  the Innovation+Disruption symposium hosted by Colgate University at Manhattan’s TimeCenter. The day-long event may be viewed at online and will include various discussions and presentations related to technology, the liberal arts and preparing graduates for the future.


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Team Hamilton, from left Heather Wixson, Mary Evans ’82, Michael Kelberman ’80, Olivia Surgent ’17, Ian Lunn ’17, Rachel Lannino '17,  Meg Riley ’17, Helen Park ’17 Jessica Gutfleish ’14 and Jessica Harper ’15.
Hamilton Community Supports Autism Awareness Month

The Hamilton Community showed its support for Autism Awareness Month in April.  Team Hamilton raised $2815 for a walk at SUNY IT on April 26.  Along with the Psi Chi contribution of $1,644 from an April 5 walk in Oneida, and $390 raised by selling Autism Awareness ribbons on World Autism Day on April 2, Team Hamilton raised $4849 for the Kelberman Center.  More ...

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