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Washington Program students with Robert Herman of Freedom House.
Washington Program Students Meet with Freedom House VP

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C. recently met with Robert (Bobby) Herman, vice president for regional programs at Freedom House, for a discussion of the organization’s efforts to promote human rights and democratic change. Freedom House was founded in 1941 as an independent watchdog organization dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world.  More ...

NY Program Tours Harlem, Visits Alexander Hamilton's Last Home

Students from the Hamilton College Program in New York City, directed by history professor Maurice Isserman, took a "Big Onion" walking tour of Harlem that included sites associated with the Harlem Renaissance. They also visited the last home of Alexander Hamilton.  More ...

Program in New York City students and Professor Maurice Isserman in Washington Square Park.
NYC Program Takes “Big Onion” Labor History Tour

Students in Hamilton’s Program in New York City took the “Big Onion” labor history tour of Greenwich Village and the East Village on Feb. 26.  More ...

Hamilton Program in Washington, D.C., students with Ted Piccone of the Brookings Institution.
D.C. Students Discuss Foreign Policy with Brookings' VP

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., met on Feb. 12 with Ted Piccone, the acting vice president and director of the foreign policy program at the Brookings Institution, for an in-depth discussion of U.S. democracy promotion. The Brookings Institution is a highly respected, private, nonprofit organization devoted to independent research and innovative policy solutions.  More ...

President of the Hamilton DC Alumni Association, Paddy McGuire ’81, talks with Renxiang Wei ’15.
Alumni Association Hosts “Welcome to the City” Event for DC Students

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., recently got acquainted with Hamilton alumni at a “Welcome to the City” event hosted by the Washington, D.C., Alumni Association.  More ...

George Taliaferro '15 performs with the Jazz Combo in McEwen.
Hamilton's New York Program... And All That Jazz

George Taliaferro’s journey with jazz started in his hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio, continued on the Hill, and has led him to the National Jazz Museum in Harlem. A participant in Hamilton’s New York City Program this semester, Taliaferro ’15 builds upon his interests as an intern for the renowned organization. Taliaferro’s internship with the National Jazz Museum continues the strong legacy of jazz connections to the College.  More ...

Program in New York City students and Professor Maurice Isserman in front of the Sir Walter Scott statue in Central Park.
NY Program Students Tour Central Park

Hamilton's Program in New York City students took a historically themed tour of Central Park on Jan. 29.  The group's very knowledgeable guide talked about the park's origins and purpose, and the way it had changed over the years.  More ...

HCAYS students visit El Mirador de San Nicolás, Granada.
HCAYS Students Visit Andalusia

Students in the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain program (HCAYS) began their spring semester with an orientation trip to Andalusía. They learned about history and shared cultural and culinary experiences during visits to Granada, Sevilla and other cities and towns.  More ...

Hamilton Program in New York City students and Professor Maurice Isserman at the Statue of Liberty.
Program in NYC Visits Statue of Liberty

The spring semester Hamilton Program in New York City students visited the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor on their first day of orientation.  This semester's program in New York, "Labor, Immigration, and Reform in New York History," is directed by Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History.  More ...

New York Six Awarded Grant From The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium, of which Hamilton College is a member, has received a three-year $1.25 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support an international initiative aimed at strengthening global education.  Other New York Six members are Colgate University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, St. Lawrence University, Skidmore College and Union College.  More ...

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