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Kelsey Crane '17, Michael Gagnon, '16, and Charlie Wilson '16 (background) in a scene from<em> Dark Play or Stories for Boys</em>.
Theatre Department Presents Dark Play or Stories for Boys

The Hamilton College Theatre Department announces the second week of the Spring Theater Production, Dark Play or Stories for Boys by Carlos Murillo. Performances will run Thursday, April 24 – Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.  More ...

Jody Roberts
Combining Art and Science to Communicate Environmental Change

Between all the statistics, graphs and technical language, some find it difficult to conceptualize the real local impacts of climate change. On April 13, Jody Roberts, director of the Institute for Research at the Chemical Heritage Foundation, spoke to the Hamilton community about art’s ability to help people visualize the pressing consequences of environmental shifts. His lecture, titled “Sensing Change: How Art and Science Work to Communicate Climate Change,” was the final event in the Levitt Center’s Sustainability Lecture Series.  More ...

From left Chris Holm '15 and Tracy Mazzerole '15 (backs to camera), Vincent Di Cindio '15 and Lt. Colonel Eric R. Hannis ’90.
D.C. Students Participate in Wreath Ceremony at Arlington Cemetery

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., recently participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in honor of all Hamiltonians who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.  More ...

Chubby Jackson
Fillius Jazz Archive Celebrates Jazz Month

The National Museum of American History has designated April as Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM). So in the spirit of JAM, Hamilton’s Fillius Jazz Archive is featuring one artist daily on the news site along with that individual’s archived audio interview. Today’s featured artist is Chubby Jackson.  More ...

Mary Evans
Wall St. Journal Quotes Evans

A Wall Street Journal article that addressed changes in corporate internship programs included comments by Career Center Assistant Vice President Mary Evans as well as references to Hamilton’s Career Center. Published on April 23, “Colleges, Employers Rethink Internship Policies” reported that the career center “won't post openings for unpaid positions from companies that they know also offer paid internships.”  More ...

Legal Drama Unfolds in Hamilton Mock Trial

An alarming robbery at Racheter World Amusement Park in Midlands results in the death of park security guard Winston Thomas. In an impressive display of legal and communication acumen, the Hamilton College Mock Trial team brought the criminal case of Bowman v. State of Midlands to court on April 19 and April 20 against legal teams from Cornell and Rochester.  This tournament, hosted on the Hamilton campus, was the College’s first home invitational.  More ...

Thomas Wilson
Wilson Awarded NEH Summer Fellowship

Professor of History Thomas Wilson was awarded a fellowship for a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) summer seminar on Daoism.  More ...

Jorge Mendieta '14
Mendieta ’14 Presents Research at GSA Meeting

Jorge L. Mendieta, a senior geosciences major, presented a poster titled “Plymouth Long Beach, MA and Winthrop Beach, MA: An Analysis of Coastal Protection Projects” at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America (GSA) - Northeastern Section. The conference was held March 23-25 in Lancaster, Pa.  More ...

Nancy Wilson
Fillius Jazz Archive Celebrates Jazz Month

The National Museum of American History has designated April as Jazz Appreciation Month (JAM). So in the spirit of JAM, Hamilton’s Fillius Jazz Archive is featuring one artist daily on the news site along with that individual’s archived audio interview. Today’s featured artist is Nancy Wilson.  More ...

Trivedi Publishes Essay in Edited Volume

An article written by Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi was recently published in an edited volume. “Making Women (In)visible?: homespun in the nationalist politics of dress and identity in modern India” is included in Woman’s Eye, Woman’s Hand.  More ...

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