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Cole Trager, Thomas Funk, KT Stein, Meghan O'Sullivan, Jordan Graziedei, Katie Jickling, Asad Javed. Missing: Heather Haj
COOP Service Interns Gain Experience With Local Non-Profits

The men and women of Hamilton’s CSI team have some of the most specialized and important skills on campus. They’re not crime scene investigators, though—CSI stands for COOP Service Intern, one of the many service opportunities offered by Hamilton’s Community Opportunity and Outreach Project (COOP). Each year, a half-dozen first-year students join this selective program, which is focused on matching a student with a local non-profit agency for an extended four-semester internship.  More ...

Ten Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Ten Hamilton seniors were elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honor society, at a recent meeting. The inductees are Sarah Dreyer-Oren, Julia Litzky, Philip Lowrey, Steven Pet, Emily Potter, Hannah Schacter, Wei Shi, Jordyn Taylor, Shichen Xu and Jake Zappala.  More ...

Peer advisors Danielle Burby, Elly Field and Eve Denton.
Career Center's Peer Advisors Take on Expanded Role

Members of the Hamilton College community see tangible development on campus every day, especially, this year, while walking past the future site of the Wellin Museum of Art. Students with an ear to the ground may also witness steady internal rebuilding of campus institutions like the Career Center. This year, Career Center leaders are in the process of planning steps for the Center to become “best in class.” As one of their measures, they hope to expand the role of peer advisors.  More ...

Hamilton's winning Mock Trial team at the Colgate Tournament.
Mock Trial Team Takes First at Colgate Tournament

Hamilton’s Mock Trial team participated in the third annual Colgate Classic at Colgate University on Nov. 5 and 6 and finished in first place, continuing a series of strong performances in the tournament. Ian Thresher ’12, Marta Johnson ’13 and KT Stein ’14 won Outstanding Attorney awards and Emily Tompsett ’13 won an Outstanding Witness award.  More ...

Hamilton Salutes HCEMS

Every year during the second full week of November, the National Collegiate Emergency Services Foundation recognizes on-campus EMTs for National Collegiate EMS Week. From Nov. 7 through Nov. 13, the College honors Hamilton College Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS) for their unparalleled dedication to the campus community.  More ...

From left, the Fed Challenge Travel Team: Seniors Mallory Dawson, Thomas Cheeseman, Matt Poterba, Chris Shi, Dan Bartus.
Monetary Policy Students Advance to Semi-Finals in Fed Challenge

Students in Professor of Economics Ann Owen's course in Monetary Policy won their bracket in the Fed Challenge in New York City on Friday, Oct. 28.  More ...

Barbara Gold, Sarah Reynolds '11, Antonia Farzan '11 and Shelley Haley (l-r). The third presenter, Jack Waddell '14 was not there for the picture.
Alumni, Students Present at Classics Meeting

A student and two recent Hamilton graduates gave papers at the annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States in Baltimore on Oct. 13-15.  More ...

Hamilton's Model UN participants at Boston University.
Model UN Participants Take Part in Boston Area Conference

Ten Hamilton students traveled to Boston to participate in the Boston Area Model United Nations Conference hosted by Boston University.  The conference convened Oct. 20-23, and drew more than 200 delegates to fill a variety of panels.  Unlike many Model United Nations conferences, every committee functioned as a crisis committee in order to engage students and encourage them to find non-traditional solutions to pressing international crises.  More ...

 DJ David Borczuk '14.
GNAR Club Hosts Campus DJ Competition

The GNAR Club hosted a late night DJ competition bringing together the top DJs on campus on Oct. 7. In an atmosphere enhanced by a green laser, strobe light, electric candles, glow sticks and purple fluorescence, more than 200 students raved in the Events Barn to the live mixes of five Hamilton DJs.  More ...

Keo Xiong '12
Senior Fellow Keo Xiong Studying Hmong-American Feminism

As Hamilton’s only Senior Fellow in the class of 2012, Keomanisod Xiong ’12 will spend this academic year researching efforts toward gender equity in the Hmong-American community. She will complete a project titled “Hmoob-Meskas: Two Clashing Perspectives on Gender and the Implications of a Hmong Feminism in a Hmong-American Community,” with the help of advisors Anne Lacsamana, associate professor of women’s studies and Professor of Anthropology Bonnie Urciuoli.  More ...

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