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Tyler Lovejoy '16 with Dalton Eisenhut, a member of his Breaking Bread family.
Breaking Bread and Transforming Lives

Without a doubt, members of the Hamilton College men’s hockey team are tough.  Throughout the season, they face the rigors of the game, the physical stresses of practice and hard collisions, the mental challenges of balancing sport and school.  For the team, though hockey is a sport of fellowship.  It transcends simple competition, forming lifelong bonds based upon mutual respect and a love for the game. For Hamilton’s men’s hockey team, the Breaking Bread program epitomizes this concept.  More ...

Meghan O'Sullivan '15, her sidekick 6th grader Molly Dennison, 4th grader Ian Nessel and Jose Olivares '16, Allie Penta '16 and her sidekick Justin Cacilhas.
Sidekicks Celebrate Three Years

Hamilton’s Sidekicks Program celebrated its third year anniversary on Oct. 21 with its Welcome Pizza Party. This year, 55 Hamilton College students were matched with 55 Clinton Elementary School students, ranging from first to sixth grade. With 18 pizzas and 10 bottles of soda on hand, students anticipated an enjoyable evening.  More ...

Student Assembly Hosts 13th Annual Fall Fest

The 13th annual Fall Fest took place on the Clinton Village Green on Sept. 28.   The Hamilton community and Clinton residents enjoyed an afternoon of entertainment, activities and food.  More ...

Colyer Woolston '14 and Clinton first grader John Musante examine fossils in the lab.
Colyer Woolston '14 Mentors Clinton Student in Paleontology

Colyer Woolston, a senior with a passion for the natural sciences, had an opportunity to share his interest in paleontology recently when he mentored John Musante, a first grade student at Clinton Elementary School.  More ...

Hamilton science students judged the Clinton Middle School Science Fair.
Hamilton Science Students Act as Judges at Clinton Science Fair

Fifteen Hamilton students took time out on Saturday, Feb. 11, to serve as judges for the Clinton Middle School Science Fair.  The Hamilton volunteers took their jobs seriously, providing many helpful comments on the middle school students’ score sheets.  More ...

From left Clinton students Jack Inzer, Nicholas Frank and Charles Bonham are coached before their presentation.
Clinton Schools and Hamilton Celebrate Bicentennial With Performance

Some 50 students from Clinton Central Schools joined forces with Hamilton College students to stage an evening of performance celebrating Hamilton’s bicentennial at the Clinton performing arts complex on Oct. 27.  More ...

Celebrating 200 Years
Clinton Schools-Hamilton Performance Celebrates Bicentennial

An evening of performance celebrating the bicentennial of the founding of Hamilton College in 1812 and featuring Clinton Central School and Hamilton College students will be staged on Thursday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 p.m., at the Clinton Central School performing arts complex. The event is free and open to the public.  More ...

L-R: Clinton Mayor Gill Goering, President Joan Stewart and Clinton Fire Chief Mark Young
Ladder Truck Demonstration Caps Gift Ceremony
Clinton Mayor Robert G. (Gill) Goering and members of the Clinton Fire Department brought the department’s new $1 million ladder truck to the Hamilton College campus on Tuesday, June 8. Clinton Fire Chief Mark Young presented President Joan Stewart with a personalized fire helmet in a small ceremony. After the presentation, Stewart and members of her office staff were hoisted above the library roof via the new ladder in a demonstration of the truck’s 100-foot ladder’s reach. More ...
Hamilton donated $250K for the purchase of a new ladder truck.
Clinton Fire Department to Recognize Hamilton for $250K Gift
Clinton Mayor Robert G. (Gill) Goering and members of the Clinton Fire Department will bring the department’s new $1 million ladder truck to the Hamilton College campus on Tuesday, June 8, at 1 p.m. for a small ceremony and presentation to Hamilton President Joan Stewart. The college donated $250,000 toward the purchase of the truck, and the ceremony is being held in recognition of that contribution. More ...
Hamilton Arboretum director Terry Hawkridge, left, supervises planting of the Colorado Spruce at Clinton Elementary School.
Hamilton and Clinton Elementary Celebrate Arbor Day
Hamilton College and Clinton Elementary School celebrated Arbor Day with a tree planting on April 30 at the elementary school. This marked the fourth Colorado Spruce planted for Arbor Day by the Hamilton Arboretum for the Clinton Elementary School. The spruce was planted in honor of Clinton resident Tom Evans, Sr., who is 90 years old and has been volunteering at the school for five years. More ...