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Some of the Phi Sigma Iota inductees with faculty.
57 Inducted Into Phi Sigma Iota, Foreign Language Honorary Society
Fifty-seven Hamilton seniors were inducted into Phi Sigma Iota, the national honorary society for students of foreign languages, in a ceremony on April 29 in the Science Center atrium. Each student was awarded a certificate to recognize outstanding achievement in the study of one or more foreign languages. In addition, three seniors were recognized by the Classics Department for their outstanding achievement in Latin and Greek.
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Eve Denton '12 (right) at the Yungang Grottoes in Datong.
Two Students Receive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships
Eve Denton ’12 and Kelsey Rice ’10 have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarships (CLS) to pursue learning in critical needs languages this summer. Denton will study Chinese in Shanghai and Rice will study Azerbaijani in Azerbaijan. Denton is a Chinese major and Rice is majoring in history at Hamilton. More ...
Emily Zeidler '10
Emily Zeidler '10 Awarded Fulbright Teaching Assistantship to Indonesia
Emily Zeidler ’10 has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Indonesia. She is an anthropology major at Hamilton. More ...
Caroline Davis '11 is congratulated by Dean of Faculty Joe Urgo.
Students Awarded Prizes, Scholarships at Class & Charter Day
Academic achievement prizes, prize scholarships and other recognition of student accomplishments were awarded at Hamilton's 60th annual Class & Charter Day convocation on Friday, May 7, in the Chapel. Among the top prizes, Caroline Davis ’11 won the Milton F. Fillius Jr. /Joseph Drown Prize Scholarship, and Corinne Bancroft ’10 was awarded the James Soper Merrill Prize. 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 ...
Hai Lin '10
Hai Lin '10 Awarded Math for America Fellowship
Hai Lin ’10 has been awarded a national Math for America fellowship. Lin, a mathematics major, is the first Hamilton student to receive the award. The fellowship provides a full tuition scholarship, annual stipends of up to $100,000 over five years, in addition to a full-time teacher’s salary and mentoring and professional development services. More ...
Some of Hamilton's Mathematics Association meeting participants.
Students Present at Mathematics Association Meeting
Nineteen Hamilton students presented at the Seaway Section Meeting of the Mathematics Association of America at SUNY Oswego on April 24. The speakers were seniors Pablo Abreu, Jiong Che, Paul Griggs, Timothy Kubarych, Xiyue Li, Hai Lin, Michael Marcal, Tawanda Mashavave, Philip Milner, Lindsay Repp, Mike Schmidt, Jaclyn Schuck, Alex Shoulson, Grace Stadnyk, Chandra Thompson, Laura Tornatore, Danica Wuelfing, Xiaolu Xu, Fenglin Zhao and Ke Xu ’11. More ...
Marketa Crandle '`10
Marketa Crandle '10 Will Spend Year Teaching in Thailand Under Fulbright Grant
Marketa Crandle ’10 has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Thailand. She is an anthropology major at Hamilton. More ...
Students Compete in Russian Language Olympics
Four Hamilton students participated in the 10th annual Russian Language “Olympics,” held at Syracuse University on April 17. Ethan Ayres, Stephanie Hudon, Grace Lee (all ’13), and Alexander De Moulin ’12 joined undergraduates from Hobart-William Smith, SUNY-Binghamton, Syracuse University, Union College and the United States Military Academy at West Point for a friendly competition in various Russian language activities. More ...
Members of the Entrepreneur Club get ready to launch their used book website.
Entrepreneur Club Aims to Save Students Money on Books
“We’re confident that it will save students some money,” says Jason Mariasis ‘12, a member of the Hamilton Entrepreneur Club, as he loads the club’s brainchild on the laptop screen. The website’s interface is simple, sleek and intuitive. Visitors to the site merely select their state and their school from two large drop-down panels and then click one of the two shiny blue buttons: BUY A TEXTBOOK or SELL A TEXTBOOK. More ...
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