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Climate Was Right for HOC Winter Camping Seminar

A group of Hamilton students spent the last week of winter break in the Adirondack High Peaks taking part in the Hamilton Outing Club’s annual Winter Camping Seminar. Participants spent their time camping, hiking, and learning the fundamentals of living outdoors in subzero temperatures.  More ...

Catherine Oglevee '15
Catherine Oglevee ’15 Work at Mass General Leads to Published Paper

Many of us have experienced a technological glitch, whether the TV isn’t responding to the remote, or the dishwasher is starting on its own. While such glitches are typically an inconvenience, when the machine has the potential to detect life-threatening medical conditions, the stakes are higher. During her time at Mass General Hospital (MGH) this summer, Catherine Oglevee ’15, a chemistry and mathematics double major, discovered first hand that no matter how advanced a machine may be, none are immune to malfunctions.  More ...

Jacob Wagner '15
Jacob Wagner ’15 Presents at Aquatic Plant Management Society Conference

Jacob Wagner ’15 presented a poster on his thesis work about the effects of copper herbicides on non-target fish at the annual conference of the Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society, held Jan. 20-22 in  Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Wagner is a biology major.  More ...

5th Interview Mojo Helps Seniors Hone Skills

Some 55 nattily attired Hamilton College seniors took part in a dress rehearsal for life Sunday afternoon; they engaged in the Career Center’s Interview Mojo, which unfolded in the Fillius Events Barn and Tolles Pavilion. A platoon of staff, faculty, alumni, community members – and one parent – played the role of prospective employers and conducted mock interviews with the students, who were advised to come dressed for success. Some had been on interviews or practice interviews, some had not.  More ...

Hamilton D.C. Students Meet with Alumni at Williams & Jensen

A little real world experience before graduation gives students a definite advantage and Hamilton’s Program in Washington D.C. allows students to do just that. In addition to taking classes and writing a thesis, each of the eight students on the program heads to the office each morning, fulfilling the internship portion of the experience.  More ...

Students at one of last year's MLK Service Day sites.
17th Annual MLK Service Day is Jan. 24

Nearly 150 students will gather for Hamilton’s 17th annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Day on Saturday, Jan. 24. The community service event, run by the Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach and Charity ( HAVOC), sends students to a wide variety of non-profit organizations across the area for volunteer work.  More ...

Elise LePage '18 stands near treeline on Mt. Washington.
HOC Members Explore White Mountains of N.H. Over Break

A group of six intrepid Hamilton students took to the White Mountains of New Hampshire for a variety of winter adventures and explorations. They hiked, did some indoor rock climbing and attempted to summit Mt. Washington, from January 4-11.  More ...

Meghan O'Sullivan '15 and Alicia Rost '15 discuss their non-profit business idea with the group.
Levitt Social Innovation Fellows Visualize Change

With coffee cups in hand and notebooks out, 13 students met bright and early on Monday morning Jan. 12 – more than a week before classes started – to start the week-long Levitt Center Social Innovation Fellows program, led by Professor Anke Wessels, executive director of Cornell University’s Center for Transformative Action. With the help of Wessels, students were gathered to receive training and support for socially innovative projects and programs.  More ...

 Deanna Cho '15, Jamie McLean '15, John Bennett '16, Catherine Oglevee '15 and Ashley Carducci '15.
Students Shadow Resident Physicians at St. Elizabeth's

Five Hamilton students spent a week shadowing resident physicians at the St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica during the week of Jan 12.  Catherine Oglevee ’15, Deanna Cho ’15, Jamie McLean ’15, Ashley Carducci ’15, and John Bennett ’16 had the opportunity to experience what it means to be a medical resident.  More ...

Orientation leaders Allie Goodman '15, left and Geleece Brady '16, right, raise their arms to welcome January first-year admits to campus in the lobby of Sadove Center
January Admits, Transfers Settle in

When classes resume on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 39 new members of the class of 2018 and six transfer students will be among those settling in for the spring semester. The “Jans” arrived on campus on Friday and have been taking part in orientation activities.   More ...

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