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Peter Cannavo
USA Today Publishes Cannavo Essay

USA Today published an opinion piece written by Associate Professor of Government Peter F. Cannavo titled “Global warming reveals our own Game of Thrones” on Oct. 16 in both its online and print editions. In his piece, Cannavo compares the manner in which many in the United States have overlooked or minimized the dangers related to global warming or, in fact, questioned its very existence, to that of the behavior of warring factions in the television show “Game of Thrones.”  More ...

A large contingent of Men's Ice Hockey players participated in the run and walk.
Ice Hockey and Men's Basketball Teams Participate in AK5K Run and Walk

Hamilton women’s ice hockey, men’s ice hockey and men’s basketball team members were among participants in this year’s AK5K run and walk on Oct.12 in New Hartford, N.Y.  Representing the Hamilton community were 56 students, three parents and a sibling who participated with 900 runners and walkers, with 200 volunteers and about 500 spectators cheering them on.  More ...

HCAYS Visits Salamanca and Segovia

Besides having the opportunity to study a different culture and history in the beautiful city of Madrid, Hamilton’s Academic Year in Spain (HCAYS) provides students the chance to get out and explore Madrid, Spain or the rest of Europe.  With classes taking place Monday through Thursday, most weekends are free for students to travel with friends or explore Madrid on their own. Participants also look forward to the three HCAYS-organized trips that take them to cities and towns where they can immerse themselves in the culture and not feel so much like a tourist.  More ...

Anne Feltovich
Feltovich Presents at Ancient Drama Conference

Anne Feltovich, visiting assistant professor of classics, recently presented a paper on her work with Hamilton students in her Ancient Comedy class. The paper, "Ancient Comedy as Vehicle for Difficult Dialogues in the Classroom," was part of the third biannual "Ancient Drama in Performance" conference, held at Randolph College on Oct. 10-12.  More ...

Lisa Yang '17 and Arthur Williams '16 with Alex and the pumpkin
Micro-Finance Club Turns Pumpkin into Business Opportunities

This Fallcoming Weekend, the Micro-Finance Club raised more than $1000 via the first-ever Giant Pumpkin Challenge fundraiser.  All proceeds from this fundraiser will go towards providing small business loans to local entrepreneurs.  More ...

From left, President Joan Hinde Stewart, Professor Sam Pellman, Eugene & Loretta Romano, Linda Johnson, Kevin & Karen Kennedy, Claudia and Jeff Little, and Steve Sadove cut the ribbon of the new Kennedy Center.
What a Weekend!

With the gleaming new Kevin and Karen Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts as its centerpiece, the combined Fallcoming and Family Weekend celebrated the arts over three days of glorious Central New York autumn weather.  More ...

Dave Bailey, Cindy Domack
Fossil Trilobite Species Named for Bailey and Domack

Two Hamilton Geoscience Department colleagues were recently recognized with the publication of two newly described fossil trilobite species. Olenellus baileyi and Holmiella domackae were named in honor of David Bailey and Cynthia Domack, respectively, in recognition of the “important influence on the professional development” of senior author Wes Gapp.  More ...

Mary Schmidt Campbell lectures prior to the dedication of the Kennedy Center.
Art: An Insurgent Institution

Describing the function of art is nearly as difficult as defining it. Both the purpose and objective of art are fluid concepts, changing based on the perspective and context of those viewing it. More than anything, though, art is powerful, holding within itself the capacity for great change. It is effectively an insurgent: a catalyst capable of causing social and cultural advancement from within an institution itself.  More ...

Alex meeting and greeting on Martin's Way
Alex Makes His Debut

Meeting all passerbys on Martin's Way, Alex made his formal debut Friday morning of Fallcoming/Family Weekend. The college's new mascot stepped to the music of a bagpiper and drummer as he made his entrance onto the Sadove Student Center patio.  More ...

Field Hockey Program Welcomes Newest Member

The Hamilton College field hockey team has drafted 12-year-old Sophia Johnson and her family from Newport, N.Y., into their program through Team Impact, a non-profit that matches children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams.  More ...

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