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Students and alumni gathered for the first Communications Bootcamp on March 23 in New York City.
Students, Alumni Meet in NYC for Communications Bootcamp

Trial and error, changing careers and taking risks are all steps to realizing one’s true passions. These were just some of the messages alumni in the field of communications shared with students at Hamilton’s first Communications Bootcamp, sponsored by the Career Center and held in the heart of Times Square on March 23.  More ...

Professor Lydia Hamessley teaches an online alumni music class, "Music in American Film." Online participants' interactions are displayed on the screen on right.
Music in American Film Advances Idea of Lifelong Learning

Saying goodbye to Hamilton and its people is hard enough for graduating seniors. But on top of having to separate themselves from the place they know and love, they are forced to accept the fact that Hamilton-level philosophizing simply doesn’t happen from 9-to-5 —at least, not on a daily basis. Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley found a way to keep gradautes engaged with a new online class - Hamilton's first.  More ...

Students watch as actress Blanche Baker P'15, left, describes how to add emotion into spontaneous scenes.
Actress Blanche Baker P'15 Leads Acting for Film Workshop

Stage/film/TV actress Blanche Baker P’15 visited Hamilton to give a two-day workshop on “Acting for Film,” on March 9 and 10.  More ...

Joseph Anderson'13, Nanyamka Fleming '14, Athina Chartelain '13, Anthony Jackson '15, Reuben Dizengoff '15, and Gretha Suarez '15, pose for a photo with Cornel West, center.
Cornel West Expands on "Know Thyself" in Hamilton Lecture

For the 10th annual installment of the Voices of Color Lecture Series honoring C. Christine Jonson, former director of the Higher Education Opportunities Program at Hamilton, the campus community was invited to share their evening with Dr. Cornel West, a renowned academic and social justice advocate who gave a lecture to a packed house in Wellin Hall.  More ...

Members of the women's socccer team pose  with some Special Olympics athletes after their basketball game.
Hamilton Athletes Build Relationship With Local Special Olympians

Hamilton’s Athletics Department has been working on fostering a relationship with local Special Olympic athletes in conjunction with the NCAA Division III partnership with Special Olympics on a national level.  More ...

Shirin Ebadi and Bernard Kouchner
Sacerdote Great Names Series to Host Nobel Peace Prize Recipients

Two recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize will participate in a panel at Hamilton College as part of the Sacerdote Great Names Series on Wednesday, April 24, at 7:30 p.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The event coincides with the 100th anniversary of Hamilton’s own Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1864 graduate and Clinton native Elihu Root, who won the 1912 award.  More ...

Author A.S. Byatt reads from a book she wrote during International Writer's Week in the Chapel at Hamilton College on Friday, March 1, 2013
International Writers Week Culminates With Readings, Panel

As February drew to a close, Hamilton welcomed a variety of prestigious authors in celebration of International Writers Week (Feb. 26 – March 2). A book fair, held in the Taylor Science Center on March 2, showcased works suggested by faculty, as well as pieces from the authors who gave presentations. The featured writers were A. S. Byatt, Kamila Shamsie ’94 and Ishion Hutchinson.  More ...

Felipe Garcia '14 reacts after winning the annual Mr. Hamilton competition in Tolles Pavilion.
Febfest 'Meltdown' Warms Winter Chill

In keeping with this winter’s weather pattern of snow/no snow, the 2013 FebFest theme was “Meltdown.” The annual winter tradition took place Feb. 9-16 with events that included a CAB Acoustic Coffeehouse featuring Josh Ritter, CAB Comedy with Michael Ian Black, the 20th annual Chili Cookoff and the popular Mr. Hamilton contest.

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<em>Watches Without Time</em> by Matt Zeller '04
How to Win the War on Terror

Seamlessly and loquaciously describing his experiences as an embedded combat advisor, Hamilton alumnus Matt Zeller ’04 returned to the Hill on Feb. 7 to present a sobering yet inspirational recounting of his service in Afghanistan and the lessons he learned there.  More ...

Department of Music Presents Gilbert and Sullivan’s Iolanthe

The Hamilton College Department of Music staged the annual choir musical, Iolanthe, with book by W.S. Gilbert and music by Arthur Sullivan.  The fully staged show, performed Feb. 8-10, was directed by G. Roberts Kolb with choreography by Nancy Long and set and lighting design by William DiPaolo.  More ...

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