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Hamilton New York Program students at the Tenement Museum.
NYC Program Students Visit Tenement Museum

Students in the Hamilton Program in New York visited the Tenement Museum on Sept. 18. The museum, located in a restored tenement on the Lower East Side, gave insight into the lives of working immigrants during the 19th and 20th centuries. The students toured various rooms in the tenement that each depicted a certain time period in the history of the building.  More ...

NYC Students Tour Chelsea and Meatpacking District

On Sept. 4 the participants in the Hamilton in New York Program went on a food tasting and culture tour of the Chelsea Market and Meatpacking District.  More ...

New York City Program students with Bob Kinkel '79.
NY Program Visits Trans-Siberian Orchestra's Bob Kinkel '79

NYC Program students spent a recent morning with Hamilton alumnus Bob Kinkel ’79 at Spin Recording Studios, a 4,000 square foot, world-class audio recording  studio in Long Island City.  Kinkel is a professional keyboardist and music engineer best known for his role as a co-creator/co-producer/co-composer and touring keyboardist with Trans-Siberian Orchestra.  More ...

Students in the New York City Program with Kathryn Parker Almanas (back row, second from left) and Program Director Ella Gant (front row, second from right)
NYC Students Host Kathryn Parker Almanas

Students in Hamilton’s Program in New York City shared dinner and conversation with photographer Kathryn Parker Almanas. Almanas spoke with the students about her life as an artist.  More ...

Some Hamilton Program in New York City students pose outside Lincoln Center.
NYC Students Enjoy Food, Fountain and Beethoven

After a semi-formal dinner at Gabriel's Restaurant, a few of Hamilton's Program in New York City students stopped to pose in front of the fountain at Lincoln Center before enjoying an all-Beethoven program with Christoph von Dohnanyi conducting the New York Philharmonic in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center.  More ...

Program in New York City students with Spencer Finch '85 and program director Ella Gant.
NYC Program Visits Spencer Finch '85

Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant and 15 students participating in the spring 2013 New York City Program started the semester with a visit to the studio of visual artist Spencer Finch '85.  More ...

New York Program students at BNY Mellon.
NYC Program Visits BNY Mellon

The New York Program visit to BNY Mellon at One Wall St. consisted of a luncheon, followed by a panel discussion with alums and parents of Hamilton College students, then a tour of the company’s museum, which holds a loan agreement signed by Alexander Hamilton given to the U.S. government. The trip ended with a brief tour of the company’s former public banking floor,  known as the Red Room.  More ...

Hamilton Program in New York City students outside the Federal Reserve.
New York Program Visits the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

As the fall semester concluded, Hamilton students on the New York Program toured the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to hear about the global macroeconomic trends and visit the Reserve gold vault. They met with Paolo Pesenti, vice president in the research department and former Princeton, NYU and Columbia Professor. Pesenti presented on the dynamics of the current international economy, paying special attention to the Euro area crisis.  More ...

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 ...

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