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Glossophilia: The Love of Public Speaking

Glossophobia, the fear of public speaking, affects approximately three-quarters of the population1.  Nevertheless, the Oral Communication Center’s eighth annual Public Speaking Competition draws students from all class years, disciplines and extracurriculars. Even if you aren’t glossophobic, you might still get a little nervous before speaking to crowds. Some of Hamilton’s former winners and current participants generously reveal their tactics and motivations for competing.  More ...

Boston Camerata director Anne Azéma
Performing Arts Presents Boston Camerata on Feb. 15

The Hamilton College Performing Arts presents the Boston Camerata in Douce Beauté: French Airs and Dances, 1590-1640 on Saturday, Feb. 15, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts.  More ...

President of the Hamilton DC Alumni Association, Paddy McGuire ’81, talks with Renxiang Wei ’15.
Alumni Association Hosts “Welcome to the City” Event for DC Students

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., recently got acquainted with Hamilton alumni at a “Welcome to the City” event hosted by the Washington, D.C., Alumni Association.  More ...

George Taliaferro '15 performs with the Jazz Combo in McEwen.
Hamilton's New York Program... And All That Jazz

George Taliaferro’s journey with jazz started in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio, continued on the Hill, and has led him to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem. A participant in Hamilton’s New York City Program this semester, Taliaferro ’15 builds upon his interests as an intern for the renowned organization. Taliaferro’s internship with the National Jazz Museum continues the strong legacy of jazz connections to the College.  More ...

Standing from left, Grant Meglis, Jon Carkeek, Host- Jim Anesta, Tommy Moriarty, Kyle Burnham, Host - Meghan Doherty, Teddy Clements, Dyllon Young, Will Schoder. Bottom row Rico Welch, Gabe Rivas, Remi Levinson.
Kyle Burnham ’15 Captures Mr. Hamilton Crown

Always a highlight of FebFest, the Mr. Hamilton competition attracted a large crowd to the Annex on Feb. 10.  Mr. Co-op, Kyle Thomas Burnham ’15, was crowned Mr. Hamilton from a field of 10 contestants.  Nearly $1000 was raised at the event to benefit Alternative Spring Break.  More ...

Men's Basketball Player on Good Works Team

Hamilton College men's basketball player Peter Kazickas '15 (Amagansett, N.Y./St. Mark's School [Mass.]) has been selected to the 2014 Allstate National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Good Works Team®.  More ...

Chinthaka Nilanga Kuruwita
Kuruwita Publishes in International Journal of Statistics and Probability

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Chinthaka Kuruwita published an article, Testing Equality of Nonparametric Quantile Regression Functions, in International Journal of Statistics and Probability (vol. 3, Feb,2014). It was co-authored with Colin Gallagher, Clemson University, and K. B. Kulasekera, University of Louisville.  More ...

Larson Edits New Book, Fourth City: Essays from the Prison in America

Professor of English and Creative Writing  Doran Larson has edited a new book Fourth City: Essays from the Prison in America (Michigan State University Press). The book contains 71 essays written by prisoners from across the U.S.  More ...

James Wells
Poet, Classics Professor to Discuss Value of Classical Education

James Bradley Wells, assistant professor of classical studies at DePauw University, will deliver a lecture titled “Building a Workshop: Classics as a Form of Transgressive Education” on Tuesday, Feb.11, at 4:10 p.m., in room G041 in the Taylor Science Center. The event is free, open to the public and sponsored by the Hamilton College Classics department.  More ...

Student docent Ianna Recco '16, right, chats with teacher Sheila Nadeau during an educators event at the Wellin Museum.
Wellin Museum Welcomes Educators

About 30 teachers from area school districts attended an “Evening of Art for Educators” at the Wellin Museum on Feb. 6.  The evening began with an overview of the Wellin’s current exhibitions, followed by a presentation by NY Mills High School senior Alyssa Sinker.  More ...

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