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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 ...
Lecture Addresses Question: Is America Obsessed With Beauty?
Does America have an unhealthy obsession with beauty? Darryl Roberts thinks so. Roberts’ documentary, America the Beautiful, imagines the causes and social implications of the unrealistic physical ideals presented for women in the American media. On Feb. 3, Hamilton students had the privilege of attending a screening of America the Beautiful, which was followed by a Q&A session with the filmmaker himself. More ...
The Gnarticle: Sports Club Travels to Vermont
Eleven Hamilton students and alumni convened in Manchester, Vt., on a backcountry Gnar Club trip over the winter break, Dec. 31 to Jan. 7. For those unfamiliar with the Hamilton Gnar Club, its club description explains that it is a “Grouping of sessioning and carousing fun makers often to be found in the hills, the forest, the park, or over the steps." More ...
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