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The Buffers perform at the John Lennon tribute concert.
Buffers Perform at NYC John Lennon Tribute

Hamilton a capella group The Buffers performed in the 33rd annual John Lennon Tribute concert before a sold-out crowd at Symphony Space on Manhattan’s Upper West Side on Dec. 6. The Lennon Tribute, co-sponsored by Theatre Within and Music Without Borders, began in 1981 as a small gathering of artists who wished to honor the memory of the musical icon, and has since grown into a major charity event for the Spirit Foundation, which Lennon and Yoko Ono founded in 1978.  More ...

Joshua Hicks '09
Hamilton Mourns Recent Grad Joshua Hicks '09

Hamilton College is mourning the death of recent graduate Joshua “Jicks” Hicks ’09.  In an email to the Hamilton community, President Joan Hinde Stewart wrote in part, “It is with immense sadness that I write with news of the death on Friday, April 6, of Joshua ‘Jicks’ Hicks '09, who was a student at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. A wonderful young man of great personal warmth and a talented singer, he came to Hamilton with Boston Posse 4, majored in religious studies and was a member of the Buffers, the choir and ELS."  More ...

The 2011-12 Buffers.
The Buffers Complete Winter Tour

The Buffers, Hamilton’s oldest and only all-male a cappella group, completed their annual tour of the Northeast over winter break.  More ...

The Buffers serenade Lauren DiGregoria '11 during lunch
Buffers Deliver Valentines in Song

A capella group The Buffers spent Feb. 12 delivering their traditional Buffergram Valentine love songs  to people across campus.  More ...

The Buffers
The Buffers' Voices Carry...To a Commencement Ceremony in Nigeria
Hamilton College voices carry. Year after year, Hamilton disperses its prodigious talent and insight across the country and globe. It is not surprising, then, that these voices sing – quite literally – in some unlikely places.  More ...
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