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92 mittens are marked with children's holiday gift requests.
Pick a Mitten
Campus service organization Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach, and Charity (HAVOC) is sponsoring its traditional mitten tree and will make the holidays a bit cheerier for many children. This year the tree has more than 90 mittens marked with a child’s gift request.  Stop by to pick a mitten between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, in Beinecke.
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The Study Buddies visited South Street Seaport on their annual field trip to New York.
Study Buddies Looks to Expand Mentoring Mission
Study Buddies is an on-campus mentoring program that in recent months has taken initiatives to expand its mission. Co-directors Pat Hodgens '09 and Ben Dropkin '11 coordinate the partnership between HAVOC and For the Good Inc., a Utica non-profit run by Kirkland alumna Cassandra Harris-Lockwood '74. More ...
Emma Domby '11 cuddles a puppy from the Rome Humane Society.
HAVOC's 11th Annual Day of Service Brings Out 100 Student Volunteers
More than 100 Hamilton students participated in HAVOC's 11th annual MLK Jr. Day of Service on Saturday, Jan. 24. The students spent the afternoon volunteering at 10 area non-profit organizations including For the Good, Hope House, The Neighborhood Center and the Rome Humane Society. Most students participated in special activities and projects the organizations would not be able to accomplish without volunteer help. More ...
Hamilton Marks MLK Jr. Day With Employee Day of Service
A group of Hamilton employees are spending Martin Luther King Jr. Day doing volunteer work at non-profit agencies in Utica. This is the third year that the College has commemorated Dr. King's legacy with the employee volunteer effort. Staff and faculty are working at Hope House, The Underground Cafe, Johnson Park Center and the Utica Food Bank. More ...
HAVOC Hosts Neighborhood Center Children for Spring Fling
HAVOC hosted 35 children from the Neighborhood Center in Utica for a Spring Fling event on Saturday, May 3. Participants planted flowers in decorated pots, made Mother's Day gifts, played relay races and enjoyed lunch in Commons. The Neighborhood Center children come to campus about three times each semester for fun-filled events and meaningful interaction with Hamilton students. More ...
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