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Annual FebFest is Under Way

FebFest, Hamilton’s annual celebration of winter, is underway with events planned each day this week.  Monday’s schedule includes a local beverage tasting in The Little Pub, a Grammy viewing party and a candlelit snowshoe walk through Root Glen.  More ...

Matt Creeden '16, president of the Hamilton Democrats, poses with a member of the Democratic party.
Campus Life Open House Draws Hundreds

Hamilton students are flocking to Sadove Terrace for the annual Campus Life Open House, taking place on Friday, Sept. 4. Representatives from student clubs and organizations s well as campus offices and student services are on hand to answer questions and recruit members. The Open House runs until 3 p.m.  More ...

Club Ento Tasting
New York Times Features Club Ento

A New York Times feature article titled “Butterflies in Your Stomach” focused on Club Ento, a campus organization whose goals are “to increase awareness of and access to edible insects and their benefits and to lower both the intellectual and physical barriers to entomophagy (the consumption of insects),” according to the club's website. The April 12 Education Life section article referenced the group’s panel on crickets, among other activities.  More ...

Standing from left, Grant Meglis, Jon Carkeek, Host- Jim Anesta, Tommy Moriarty, Kyle Burnham, Host - Meghan Doherty, Teddy Clements, Dyllon Young, Will Schoder. Bottom row Rico Welch, Gabe Rivas, Remi Levinson.
Kyle Burnham ’15 Captures Mr. Hamilton Crown

Always a highlight of FebFest, the Mr. Hamilton competition attracted a large crowd to the Annex on Feb. 10.  Mr. Co-op, Kyle Thomas Burnham ’15, was crowned Mr. Hamilton from a field of 10 contestants.  Nearly $1000 was raised at the event to benefit Alternative Spring Break.  More ...

FebFest "Meltdown" is Feb. 9-16

In keeping with this winter’s weather pattern of snow /no snow, the 2013 FebFest theme is “Meltdown.” The annual winter tradition will take place Feb. 9-16 with events that include CAB Acoustic Coffeehouse featuring Josh Ritter, CAB Comedy with Michael Ian Black, the 20th annual Chili Cookoff, and the Mr. Hamilton contest. Some FebFest highlights follow.  More ...

Students color and make paper snow flakes as they participate in a Student Activities big study break in Sadove Center.
Study Break Offers a Respite From Books and Papers

Hamilton students took a break from preparing for final exams as they enjoyed an all-campus study break on Dec. 18 at the Sadove Student Center.  Student Activities sponsored the event that included snowflake making, free hot cocoa, coloring, chair massages and movies. Attendees also stopped to make cards and write messages for the families affected by the tragedy in Sandy Hook, Conn.  More ...

Members of Hamilton's Women's Soccer team and Victoria Freeman '16, right, cheer on three-year-old Clara Shaw as they play relay games at Fall Fest.
Fabulous Fall Fest Joins Clinton and Hamilton Communities

The 11th annual Fall Fest held on the Clinton Village Green on Oct. 21 provided an afternoon of entertainment, activities and food for the Hamilton community and Clinton residents. Sponsored by Hamilton's Student Assembly, the event featured face-painting, a soccer clinic and entertainment by a capella groups.  More ...

A scene from last year's Fall Fest in Clinton.
11th Annual Fall Fest is Oct. 21 on Clinton Village Green

The 11th Annual Hamilton College Fall Fest will take place on Sunday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the Clinton Village Green. Fall Fest is an initiative that was started in 2002 by the Hamilton Class of 2005 to reach out and join with the local community for an afternoon of food, fun activities and entertainment.  More ...

Campus Life Open House Showcases Student Organizations

The 2012 Campus Life Open House was held Sept. 7 on the Sadove Student Center Terrace.  More ...

Spirituality Initiative a Melting Pot of Beliefs

Considering that America is a melting pot of many cultures, shouldn’t a Thanksgiving dinner--the most literal translation of that melting pot--be more varied, with different foods representing those many different cultures? On November 16, the Hamilton Spirituality Initiative held a feast truly in the “spirit” of America: a Thanksgiving dinner in which people of all faiths contributed foodstuffs that were characteristic of their respective backgrounds and ideologies.  More ...

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