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Professors Sally Cockburn and Onno Oerlemans with greyhound Beloki and Neva.
Students “Paws” to Relax With Four-Legged Friends

In what has become an end-of-semester tradition,  students were able to take a break from studying for finals and spend some time relaxing with pets during HAVOC’s  “Paws to Relax” in the Annex on Dec. 9.  More ...

HAVOC Dodgeball Tournament Brings the Excitement

More than 160 students geared up for some fierce competition on Nov. 15 as Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) hosted its 13th Annual Dodgeball Tournament. The event raised more than $775 for Hamilton’s first Team IMPACT player, Sophia Johnson.  More ...

Students and staff enjoyed the Paws to Relax event in the Fillius Events Barn. The dogs... not so much!
Students "Paws" to Relax as Semester Ends

In what has become a once-a-semester event,  students were able to take a break from studying for finals and spend some time relaxing with pets  during HAVOC’s  “Paws to Relax” in the Annex on May 8.  More than 15 faculty and staff dogs came by for a visit with students.  Hamilton students signed up for $5, 10-minute time slots and donations went to Spring Farm Cares, a local animal sanctuary.  More ...

Ana Hernandez, Anna Paikert, Emma Bowman, Hannah Achorn, Genevieve Nierman, Abigail Quirk and Wynn Van Dusen.
Hamilton Students Encourage Writing, Imagination at Tradewinds

Seven Hamilton students are winding up their semester volunteering at Tradewinds Education Center of Upstate Cerebral Palsy, which serves students with behavioral and developmental disabilities.  More ...

Alex Kaplan '16, Zack Franciose '14, Keenan Burton '16, Liz Morris '16, Mary Thede '15, and Kathleen Allen '15 volunteer at the Utica Food Bank.
15th Annual MLK Service Day Puts Students to Work in Community

More than 80 students volunteered at non-profit agencies in the local community on Saturday, Jan. 26, for Hamilton’s 15th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Service Day. Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) sent groups of students to 19 different sites to spend the afternoon working on various projects.  More ...

Spencer gets some attention from Tom McKeown '15 and James Laposta '15.
Students Paws for Study Break with Rome Humane Society Pets

For the third semester, Hamilton students were able to take a break from studying for finals and spend some time relaxing with pets from the Rome Humane Society in an event hosted by HAVOC and Active Minds.  Three cats were brought to the Fillius Events Barn for the event on Dec. 13, followed by two dogs on the 14th.  More ...

COOP Senior Fellow Ramya Ramnath '13, left, helps Elizabeth Rodriguez '15, Mitten Tree coordinator, with some of the toys collected.
The Spirit of Giving

In what has become an annual tradition, Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) and Community Opportunity and Outreach Project (COOP) collected food, gifts and other items to make the holidays a bit happier for some local families in need.  More ...

Students volunteering at the Hazel Carpenter Home.
Students Make a Difference at Local Volunteer Sites

More than 150 Hamilton students took part in this year’s annual Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) Make a Difference Day. Dressed in bright green HAVOC t-shirts, students signed up for a wide range of volunteer opportunities to engage in for the day, from homes for the elderly to animal sanctuaries.  More ...

Students Paws to Relax With Rome Humane Society Pets

As the end of classes and final exams approach students had the chance to de-stress and relax with dogs and cats from the Rome Humane Society during “Paws to Relax” on April 27 in the Fillius Events Barn. Students could buy time to spend with the animals and money raised went to the Rome Humane Society. The event was sponsored by HAVOC and Active Minds.  More ...

Camila Rodriguez-Plate, 5, colors with the help of her mom, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies Edna Rodriguez-Plate during the first SpringFest. Camila’s dad is Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate.
HAVOC Bursts the Bubble

April 9-14 marked the first Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach, and Charity  (HAVOC) Outreach Awareness Week at Hamilton. The purpose of Awareness Week, dubbed “Burst the Bubble,” was to illustrate volunteer opportunities at Hamilton and to stress the value of community outreach. HAVOC sponsored and organized a variety of volunteer opportunities, speakers and events throughout the week, culminating with SpringFest on Saturday.

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