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New York Program students toured MoMA on Nov. 14.
New York Program Students Tour Museum of Modern Art

Hamilton students participating in the New York City Program took a tour of the prestigious Museum of Modern Art on Nov. 14.  Located in Midtown Manhattan, MoMA was founded in 1929 by three very forward-thinking women: Abby Rockefeller, Lillie Bliss and Mary Sullivan.  More ...

New York Program students at the Tenement Museum on New York's Lower East Side.
NYC Program Visits Tenement Museum

On Oct. 20 Hamilton’s New York Program students toured the Tenement Museum on the Lower East Side then took a one-hour walking tour of the neighborhood.  More ...

New York's historic Apollo Theater.
NY Program Students Attend Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater

The Apollo Theater has seen more great acts than nearly any other venue. It’s one of the oldest theaters in the United States, and certainly one of the most instantly recognizable. Since its opening in 1934, it has served as a landmark at 125th Street in the Harlem neighborhood of New York. Students in this fall’s New York Program trekked uptown on Oct. 17 to attend a show at The Apollo.  More ...

New York Program students outside Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center.
A Night at the Philharmonic

The evening of Sept. 19 was a fine one for students on the Program in New York.  The group was treated to dinner at Gabriel’s, followed by a performance at the New York Philharmonic, all sponsored by alumnus Kevin Kennedy ’7o and his wife Karen.  More ...

New York City Program students at the Bowery Mission.
NY Program Students Volunteer at Bowery Mission

On Saturday, Sept. 22, the 15 students participating in the New York City Program, along with director Professor of Economics Chris Georges and his wife Sarah, volunteered at the Bowery Mission.  More ...

NYC Program students pose in front of Monet's "The path through the irises."
NYC Program Visits Metropolitan Museum of Art

Students participating in the fall 2012 New York City Program were fortunate to receive a private tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Sept. 5 as their first outing of the semester.  The excursion was guided by Richard Turnbell, chair of the Department of Art History at FIT.  The current program, led by Professor of Economics Christophre Georges, has 15 participants.  More ...

Hamilton NYC Program students visit the Bronx Zoo.
NYC Program Concludes Semester With Trips to Christie's and Zoo

Two weeks ago, on the day before Christie’s New York City spring auction of post-war and contemporary art, students and faculty of Hamilton’s New York program received a personal tour of the offerings from Stephen Jones, senior writer at Christie’s.  The auction itself, reported The New York Times, brought in “the highest total ever in the postwar and contemporary category,” including nearly $87 million for a Mark Rothko painting from 1961.  More ...

NYC Program students at Lincoln Center.
NYC Program Students Enjoy Paul Taylor Dance Company

Students and faculty in Hamilton's New York City Program recently enjoyed an inspiring program by the Paul Taylor Dance Company at Lincoln Center.  A highlight of the evening was a 50th anniversary performance of "Aureole," at the end of which Mr. Taylor, one of the premier choreographers of modern dance, joined the dancers on stage to share in the curtain call.  More ...

NYC program students in the U.N. Security Council Chamber.
New York Program Students Tour U.N.

On April 12, Hamilton’s New York City program group took a tour of the United Nations headquarters then received a briefing on the global HIV-AIDS crisis. The briefing tied into the program’s coursework on global health and infectious agents, including a recent reading of Helen Epstein’s The Invisible Cure.  More ...

NY Program students at the American Museum of Natural History.
NYC Program Students Visit American Museum of Natural History

Students in Hamilton’s New York City Program recently visited the American Museum of Natural History, especially spending time in the new Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins, in connection with their work on global infectious diseases.  More ...

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