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Hands on Hamilton History Series Continues Oct. 20

The monthly series of bicentennial displays, Hands on Hamilton History, continues with an exhibition of documents from around the time of the Revolutionary War and the following decades, including the founding and operation of the Hamilton-Oneida Academy. The items will be on display in the Patricia Pogue Couper Research Room in the Emerson Rare Book Room on the third floor of Burke Library on Thursday, Oct. 20.  More ...

Robert Simon, the Marjorie and Robert McEwen Professor of Philosophy, speaks during the Assembly.
Bicentennial Assembly Celebrates Hamilton's Past, Present and Future

The Hamilton community gathered en masse in Wellin Hall on Sept. 24 for the Hamilton College Bicentennial Assembly. The Assembly featured speakers representing members of all parts of the College community. Speakers addressed Hamilton’s distinguished past, bright future and the elements that make the College a truly unique institution. The event served as a keynote feature of the weekend that kicked off the yearlong celebration of Hamilton’s first 200 years.  More ...

Edward and Virginia Taylor unveil the plaque dedicated to them in the Taylor Science Center lobby.
Science Center Event Recognizes Taylor Gift

The dedication of the Edward and Virginia Taylor Science Center was a joyful celebration of the Taylors’ generosity coupled with recognition of Hamilton’s commitment to science education and liberal arts values. The naming ceremony, a highlight of the college’s bicentennial kickoff weekend, was held in the center’s atrium on Friday, Sept. 23.  More ...

From left, actor Brad Fleischer '00, Rajiv Joseph and Jonathan Higginbotham '12 act out a scene from Joseph's play
Saturday's Bicentennial Colleges Cover Range of Topics

Bicentennial Colleges and tours continued on Saturday of Kickoff Weekend. Faculty authors read from their works; Professors Douglas Ambrose and Robert Martin discussed the life and legacy of Alexander Hamilton; and Professor Rick Werner talked ab out the idea of happiness as put forth in the Declaration of Independence.  More ...

Friday's fireworks.
Bicentennial Kickoff Weekend: A Gallery

“Glorious.”
“What an unforgettable weekend.”
“An incredible gathering.”

In this gallery, photos from the Bicentennial Kickoff Weekend attempt to convey all that words can’t.  More ...

The statue of Alexander Hamilton keeps watch over the Chapel as Bicentennial Kickoff Weekend activities begin.
Bicentennial Colleges Educate, Enlighten and Entertain

Among the Bicentennial Kickoff celebration weekend activities were more than 30 Bicentennial colleges and tours. Besides several dedicated to the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, these lectures and historical tours covered topics ranging from the Archaeology of Hamilton College to Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility.  Student writers attended the Colleges throughout the weekend to provide a glimpse of the range of topics covered.  Following are synopses of a few that took place on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 22 and 23.  More ...

Students packed the Red Pit to hear alumni talk about careers in entrepreneurship.
Alumni Entrepreneurs Share Advice With Students

Encouraging students to live and work with passion has been a theme of the Career Center this year. The five panelists of the Careers in Entrepreneurship event on Thursday, Sept. 22, epitomize careers based on a balance of passion and smart decision-making. These alumni shared their experiences and advice in a panel discussion sponsored by the Career Center.  More ...

A page of Samuel Kirkland's Plan of Education, on loan from Dartmouth College.
Hands on Hamilton History Debuts With Samuel Kirkland

Hands on Hamilton History will debut on Thursday, Sept. 22, with an exhibit related to Samuel Kirkland.  Each month, Hands on Hamilton History will feature a small group of documents, artifacts and visual materials relating to a specific period in the history of the College. A brief discussion of these materials will take place at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in the Patricia Pogue Couper Research Room, third floor Burke Library.  More ...

Frank Sciacca, right, prepares to open the 1871 time capsule.
Time Capsule Reveals Treasures of 1871

A time capsule buried by Hamilton’s class of 1871 was opened at the Emerson Gallery on Sept. 15. The event was in conjunction with the Gallery’s new exhibit, Time Capsules and Cornerstones: 200 years of Collective Memory at Hamilton.  More ...

Second uncovered marker
Archaeology Class Uncovers Second Inscribed Stone

Members of the Archaeology of Hamilton’s Founding course led by Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale, uncovered a second engraved stone less than two weeks after beginning their excavation of a site off College Hill Rd. on Sept 1. “Built to commemorate the dawn of the 20th century and the fiftieth anniversary" is its inscription. Who created and sited this marker is a mystery.  More ...

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