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Kate Bennert '12
NBC Oxygen Intern Kate Bennert '12 Records TV Promo

NYC Program student Kate Bennert '12, an intern at NBC's Oxygen cable television channel, happened to be in the right place at the right time this week. While at her internship she got recruited to be part of a recording for "The Glee Project." Read her blog entry here.  More ...

Gabriela Arias '11
Gabriela Arias '11 Interns at Museo del Barrio

Gabriela Arias '11, a student in the Program in New York City, has an internship this semester at El Museo del Barrio. Read her blog entry here.   More ...

Battery Park, as seen from a student's window.
Program in NYC Explores Mediascapes: Globalization and Culture

Hamilton’s spring 2011 Program in New York is delving into the topic “Mediascapes: Globalization and Culture.” Under the direction of Professor of English Patricia O’Neill, the 14 students will focus on how film, art, literature and music produce and represent global culture in New York City.
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New York Program students and Prof. Derek Jones attended a performance of <em>Billy Elliot</em> on Broadway.
New York Program Group Attends Performance of Billy Elliot

On Oct. 27, students in the Program in New York City attended a performance of the Broadway show, Billy Elliot. This show was named by TIME Magazine as the "Best Musical of the Decade."  The musical was an excellent fit for a program that examines issues in labor economics and employment relations since a main backdrop to the show is a strike by coal miners.  More ...

Students in the fall 2010 Program in New York with Rob Morris '76.
New York Program Group Hosted by Rob Morris '76

The 15 students in the Hamilton Program in New York recently visited with Rob Morris, '76, his wife MaryHelen and two of their children at their home in Riverside, Conn.  After a pleasant meal, Morris, who is the founder and managing partner of Olympus Partners, a private equity fund based in Stamford, Conn., discussed the activities of his firm.  More ...

Hamilton Program in New York students at Lincoln Center on Sept. 29.
A Double Dose of Culture for NY Program Students
Students in Hamilton's Program in New York City took advantage of some of the city’s highlights on Sept. 29. In the evening, after dining at Gabriel's, the group had the good fortune to attend a performance of the NY Philharmonic in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center where Alan Gilbert had conducted Mahler's Sixth Symphony. More ...
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 ...
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