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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 ...

NY Program students at the Metropolitan Opera.
NYC Program Students Enjoy Metropolitan Opera Performance of Aida

On February 16, participants in Hamilton's New York City program attended a performance of Aida at the Metropolitan Opera. Aida, an opera of four acts by Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, tells the love story of an Ethiopian princess enslaved by the Egyptians and an Egyptian war captain.  More ...

The group enjoyed lunch at Nancy Lee's Pig Heaven.
New York Program Celebrates Chinese New Year, Tours Metropolitan Museum of Art

Hamilton’s Program in New York students along with faculty director Daniel Chambliss and co-director Susan Morgan celebrated Chinese New Year at Nancy Lee's Pig Heaven, before taking the first guided group tour given of the newly opened American Art Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Jan. 25. This semester’s program theme is Health and Health Care in a Global Society.  More ...

New York City Program students attended a NY Philharmonic concert.
NYC Program Ends Semester With NY Philharmonic Concert

Hamilton students in the New York City Program concluded their semester with a second visit to Lincoln Center, this time to experience the New York Philharmonic.  More ...

Rob Morris '76 with Program in New York City students at his office.
Rob Morris '76 Hosts NYC Students at Olympus Partners

Hamilton’s New York City Program students participated in their semester’s final event with a visit Robert Morris ’76 in Stamford, Conn., on Dec. 6. Morris invited the group to dine at his offices, where he manages Olympus Partners, a private equity firm with more than $3 billion in assets under management. To date the group had not spoken with an alumnus in the private equity industry, and Morris hosted a visit to remember.  More ...

NY Program students and Professor Erol Balkan at the Bank of New York.
Visit to Federal Reserve and Bank of NY Mellon Cap NYC Semester

Hamilton’s New York City Program participants wrapped up the semester with visits to the New York Federal Reserve and the Bank of New York Mellon on Nov. 30. The students began their day with a visit to the Fed. for an informal discussion on the Eurozone crisis.  More ...

Hamilton students with Andy Warhol's "Mao" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
New York City Program Students Visit Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, home to one of the largest and most renowned art collections in the world, was the destination for Hamilton’s students in the New York City program last week. They were treated to a guided tour of the Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary galleries.  More ...

New York City Program students at the Metropolitan Opera.
New York City Program Students Enjoy Satyagraha at Metropolitan Opera

The students of Hamilton’s New York City Program donned evening gowns and suits to attend a performance of Philip Glass's Satyagraha at the Metropolitan Opera on Nov. 12.  A sell-out when it premiered at the Met in 2008, Satyagraha tells the story of Gandhi's early years in South Africa, where he developed his philosophy of non-violence. The Met's production has been called "a work of genius" by The Los Angeles Times.  More ...

New York Program students at hedge fund Priority Capital.
NY Program Students Visit Saks, Priority Capital

The students on Hamilton’s New York City Program recently ventured up to Midtown East to visit the corporate offices of one of the United States’ most iconic luxury retailers. Steven Sadove ’73, chairman and CEO of Saks 5th Avenue, Inc., invited the 15 students to his corporate offices for a discussion on the current state of the retail industry.  More ...

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