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New York Program students and Prof.  Derek Jones at the Tenement Museum.
NYC Program Students Visit Tenement Museum
Hamilton students in the Program in New York City recently visited the Tenement Museum on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. This fall's program on The Economics of Large Metropolitan Labor Markets is directed by Derek C. Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics. More ...
New York program students with Princeton Professor Peter Singer.
New York City Program Students Talk Bioethics with Princeton Professor
Students in Hamilton's New York City Program wrapped up their semester with dinner and conversation with Peter Singer, the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University, and laureate professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), University of Melbourne. More ...
Kwame Anthony Appiah
New York Program Students Meet With Kwame Anthony Appiah
On April 20 the students in the New York Program had dinner and spent the evening with Kwame Anthony Appiah, the Laurence S. Rockefeller University Professor in the Department of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. More ...
"The River that Flows Both Ways" by Spencer Finch '85.
NYC Program Students Visit Guggenheim
Students in the NYC Program visited the Guggenheim Museum where they were given a tour by a docent on March 31. The main exhibit, "Haunted," examines the ghostly nature of reproductions in recent art: photography, film and video. The group was pleased to discover six photographs in the exhibit by Spencer Finch ’85. The pieces are titled "42 Minutes (After Kawabata)." He also has an installation on the High Line Walkway titled "The River that Flows Both Ways." More ...
New York City program students at the Metropolitan Opera House.
A Night at the Opera for NYC Program Students
Students participating in the NYC program enjoyed a performance of Puccini’s La Boheme at the Metropolitan Opera House in Manhattan on Feb. 20. This was the first experience at the opera for many students in the program and they were captivated by the storyline, the beauty of the music, and the grandeur of the sets. More ...
New York Program students at the Whitney Biennial.
New York Program Students Tour Whitney
On February 24,  students of the New York City Program visited the Whitney Museum of American Art. The students, together with Professor Rick Werner, received a comprehensive tour of the Collecting Biennials exhibition on the museum’s fifth floor.
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New York City Program students and Professor Rick Werner at Barclay's Bank.
New York City Program Students Talk Recession With George Mack '92
On February 11, Hamilton alumnus George Mack ’92, a managing director at Barclay’s Capital graciously made himself available for students in the New York City Program. The class was curious as to the origins of the great recession. More ...
New York City Program students and Professor Alan Cafruny at Lincoln Cener.
The Barber of Seville Captivates NYC Program Students
Hamilton’s students in the Program in New York City attended a performance of the comedic opera Il Barbiere di Siviglia, or The Barber of Seville, at the Metropolitan Opera on Nov. 4. More ...
Hamilton students in the NYC Program at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
NYC Program Students Visit Met
Students in Hamilton's Program in New York City visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Oct. 21. This semester's NYC program theme is International Political Economy. The program is directed by Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs. More ...
Students in the New York City Program visit Federal Hall.
New York City Program Group Tours Wall Street

Hamilton students in the New York City Program started off their semester with a tour of Wall Street. Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, is director of this semester’s program, International Political Economy.  More ...

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