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Eric Kuhn '09
Kuhn '09 Interviewed on WNBC
Recent Hamilton graduate Eric Kuhn took part in a discussion of the value of social networks in hunting for a job on a June 1 WNBC-TV (New York City) morning broadcast on "Today in New York." Kuhn is also one of four 2009 college graduates featured on the professional social networking site LinkedIn in a YouTube video that instructs students on how to effectively market themselves online. More ...
Judy Owens-Manley
Owens-Manley Presents with Students and Alumni at Bonner Institute
Judy Owens-Manley, director of the Bonner Leaders Program and Levitt Center associate director of community research; Jordan Fischetti '08 and Stephanie Wolter '07, both Hamilton graduates and AmeriCorps VISTA Service-Learning Coordinators at Hamilton; and Stefanie Russell '12, a Bonner Leader and Bonner Congress Representative presented two workshops at the Bonner Summer Leadership Institute on June 3-6. More ...
Matt Mancini '10
Matt Mancini '10 Teams Interest in Baseball and Communication for Internship
Matthew Mancini '10 believes in living for work, rather than working for a living. He says he learned the hard way that when it comes to choosing a career, voracious passion and bread-winning should not be at odds with each other. Although it may sound cliché, Mancini knows that doing what he loves to do is his best option. More ...
Courtney Carroll '11 in the lab.
Courtney Carroll '11 Examining Neuropeptide Y's Role in Obesity
Obesity in the United States has become a major concern for obvious reasons. Courtney Carroll '11 is working this summer with Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten to find out whether Neuropeptide Y has a direct effect on food intake and decreased physical activity. The amount of Neuropeptide Y lurking in the microscopic corners of a person's cells may have an impact on his or her diet. More ...
The Buffers
The Buffers' Voices Carry...To a Commencement Ceremony in Nigeria
Hamilton College voices carry. Year after year, Hamilton disperses its prodigious talent and insight across the country and globe. It is not surprising, then, that these voices sing – quite literally – in some unlikely places.  More ...
Kirkland College Summer Research Associates Begin Their Work
The Kirkland Endowment is sponsoring three students to do work this summer on women's issues. Selena Carríon '10 will be working with Associate Professor of Africana Studies Angel Nieves on South African female activists in the anti-apartheid movement. Robyn Gibson '10 is researching the black consciousness movement in South Africa, also working with Professor Nieves. Sushmita Preetha '11 will address NGO activism in Bangladesh, asking "at what cost?" She will work with Visiting Assistant Professor of Women's Studies Joyce Barry. More ...
The cast of In The Watchfires rehearses a scene for the May 12 performance.
Theatre Students to Perform Original Work on May 12
Hamilton theatre students will perform In The Watchfires, an original performance piece, as part of a Senior Day for the Utica Public Housing Authority Resource Center this week. It was created by Christian Baxter '10, Chelsea D'Aprile '09, Nick Fesette '09, Romina Memoli Amador '09, and Susan Stanton '09, and directed by Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre Dustin Helmer '99. There will be an on-campus performance in Minor Theater on Tuesday, May 12, at 8 p.m. To reserve a free ticket for the campus performance, call the Theatre and Dance Office at 315-859-4057. More ...
Corinne Bancroft '10 rises to accept the Fillius/Drown Prize Scholarship.
Students Awarded Prizes, Scholarships at Class & Charter Day
Academic achievement prizes, prize scholarships and other recognition of student accomplishments were awarded at Hamilton's 59th annual Class & Charter Day convocation on Friday, May 8, in the Chapel. Among the top prizes, Corinne Bancroft '10 won the Milton F. Fillius Jr./Joseph Drown Prize Scholarship, and Ashley Stagner '09 was awarded the James Soper Merrill Prize. More ...
Ten Students Selected as Writing Center Tutors for 2009-10
Ten students have been selected as new writing tutors for the 2009-2010 academic year. They are, from the Class of 2010, Ethan Kamer (history) and Lizzie Marris (sociology); Class of 2011, Rachel D'Angio (environmental studies), Leigh Ercole (psychology), Courtney Flint (history), and Sushmita Preetha (women's studies). Students selected from the class of 2012 are Maeve Gately, Nora Grenfell, Julia Litzky, and Andre Matlock. More ...
Students view a piece of the Berlin Wall, given as a gift to Montreal.
Students and Faculty in French Visit Montreal in Depth and in French
Seventeen students and three faculty members in French spent the weekend of April 17-19 in Montreal, Quebec, exploring many aspects of this bilingual city which is only five hours away from Clinton. Students viewed a piece of the Berlin Wall that was given as a gift to Montréal in 1992, for the 350th anniversary of the city. During a guided tour of the old and modern city, students -- who pledged to speak only French during the trip -- were told about the complex history of the area, and how bilingualism affects public and private life. More ...
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