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Hamskate, a Late Nite event in January, drew a large attendance.
Friday Late Nite Programs: A Mixed Menu of Events

The Friday Late Nite Programs hosted by Student Activities provide a great way to start the weekend, while offering an alcohol-free alternative for those students who wish to participate. According to David Eng, assistant director of student activities, a wide variety of programs have been held for at least two years. Casino Night, the Bollywood and Bhangra parties, Hamskate, and the Snow Ball were all organized thanks to the Late Nite Programs.  More ...

The scene in KJ on Saturday afternoon during the Mp3 Experiment.
The Mp3 Experiment Brings Improv to Hamilton

The Kirner-Johnson Building, typically a space designed for quiet study, was converted into an epic battle arena Saturday afternoon. While no blood was shed, the Hamilton students participating in “The Mp3 Experiment” cast off something much less tangible – their reserve. As the collection of students obeyed the orders of “Steve,” the omnipotent voice on their Mp3 devices, they demonstrated the capacity to let loose and be silly among friends and strangers.  More ...

A recent Trivia Night at Hamilton.
Colgate Prevails in Trivia Competition
There was a palpable tension in the air during a special mid-week Wednesday night Trivia Competition, as nine of Hamilton’s finest and most dedicated trivia teams took a trip to the Colgate Inn in Hamilton, N.Y., to match wits with Colgate students and faculty members. More ...
Spectator editors Erin Hoener '10, Brandon Leibsohn '10 and Kate Tummarello '11, chat with Paul Lieberstein '89.
Toby Flenderson Tells Tales of The Office at Hamilton
Paul Lieberstein ’89, Toby Flenderson of NBC’s “The Office” visited Hamilton on April 16 for a sold-out lecture sponsored by the Campus Activities Board. During the afternoon Lieberstein took some time to talk with students from various Hamilton media organizations and toured the campus. More ...
Conference on April 10 Will Examine Healthy Relationships
Local undergraduate and graduate students are invited to attend a conference, “Relationship 101: Finding True Love in Today’s World” on Saturday, April 10, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Kirner–Johnson Building at Hamilton College. The conference goals are to revolutionize how people understand the role of sexuality in their personal lives and in society, to explain the many consequences of the “hook-up” culture and to teach what it means to have a healthy dating relationship. More ...
architectural drawing - East View
New Emerson Hall Taking Shape
Visitors to campus these days will be able to get a good sense of what the renovated Emerson Hall is going to look like when it's christened as the new student center in July. “We’re on schedule. A couple weeks of good weather have been huge,” said project manager Bill Huggins, associate director of Physical Plant (the Construction branch). More ...
The team celebrates their win
Men's Club Ice Hockey Wins Championship
Congratulations to the Hamilton Club Ice Hockey team, that took home the Upstate New York Club Hockey League (UNYCHL) championship after a victory over Le Moyne College in Sage Rink on Saturday, Feb. 27. Hamilton, coached by Visiting Assistant Professor of Geosciences Robin Mattheus, beat Le Moyne 7-6 in overtime, clinching its first UNYCHL title. More ...
Elihu Root House's Snowpeople welcome visitors to the Hill.
Operation Snowpeople
Over the last 12 hours the Hill has been graced with the snow that’s been missing at the Vancouver Winter Olympics. As a result members of the Dean of Students Office took their lunch hour today to build two cheery snowpeople outside Elihu Root House. Now Dean of Students Nancy Thompson and her staff have thrown down the gauntlet and are challenging the entire campus to a Snowperson Building Contest. All offices and residence halls are invited to join and show their creative snow skills. More ...
Walley, FebFest mascot.
FebFest Celebrates Winter on the Hill
Hamilton's 10th annual winter carnival, FebFest, will take place on Feb. 13-20 on campus. In honor of the Winter Olympics, this year's theme is Walley Goes for Gold. Highlights will include “snoccer” and dodgeball tournaments, a fireworks display, a chili cook-off, and the Mr. Hamilton contest.
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Carousel Takes Audiences on an Enjoyable Ride
The Hamilton College Choir’s presentation of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel delighted Wellin Hall audiences on Feb. 5 through Feb 7. More ...
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