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Although many students receive some form of financial aid while in college, fewer receive financial literacy education. Last week, Hamilton hosted its first Personal Finance Week to address this discrepancy. The event was organized by a group of senior students, Ramon Villalona, Michael Nelson, Eudocia Montiel, and Flavia Oliveira and was “meant to increase awareness regarding steps that students can take now to secure themselves after graduation or even for retirement,” as Villalona stated.  More ...

Janis Siegel P'16, right, works with Nicole Mion '16. They were accompanied by Rick Montalbano, jazz piano instructor.
Janis Siegel P’16 Presents Jazz Workshop

Recording artist Janis Siegel P’16 was on campus April 29 to conduct a jazz vocal workshop for students. The event was sponsored by the Fillius Jazz Archive in recognition of Jazz Appreciation Month.  More ...

Hamilton Program in New York City students and Professor Dan Chambliss at Jing Fong in Chinatown.
NYC Program Students Meet With Steve Sadove ’73

Participants of the spring 2016 NYC program recently visited Stephen Sadove ’73 to learn about his own career path, his retail and marketing acumen, and his personal Hamilton experience. He spoke highly of his belief in the liberal arts which was reassuring to the students who will be facing job searches soon.  More ...

From left Lisa Yang '17, Maria Saenz '19, Joey Rokous '18 and Eddie Brennan '19.
Hamilton Microfinance Raises $836 at Great Names Event

Hamilton Microfinance hosted a bake sale and raised $836 at the 20th Sacerdote Great Names Lecture featuring astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson on April 12. Every year, the Great Names event attracts thousands of students, staff and community members.  More ...

Hamilton Wins Programming Competition at Computing Conference

 A team of Hamilton students won the programming competition at the 21st annual Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges - Northeastern Region, held at Hamilton on April 29 -30. Linnea Sahlberg ’17, Ryan Woo ’17 and Alex Dennis ’18 were the winners from among 39 teams.   More ...

The 2016 Three-Minute Thesis competition contestants.
Senior Thesis...Bite Sized

The Oral Communication Center hosted the second annual Three Minute Thesis competition on April 30. Open to all members of the senior class, the competition offers cash prizes for the students who can most effectively summarize their senior projects in three minutes or less. This year’s competition hosted 15 students whose majors and interests ranged from post-colonial economics to concussion management for athletes.  More ...

Kateri Boucher '17 and Jaime Kucinskas
Boucher ’17, Kucinskas Publish Research

‘Too Smart to be Religious?’ Discreet Seeking Amidst Religious Stigma at an Elite College,” an article by Kateri Boucher ’17 and Assistant Professor of Sociology Jaime Kucinskas, was recently published in a thematic issue of the journal Social Inclusion.  More ...

Vi Pham '18 in white.
Celebrating 40 Years of “Tossing Around a Piece of Plastic”

Hamilton's Ultimate Frisbee team celebrated its 40th anniversary with a tournament on April 9.  Nearly 40 alumni/former players came back to compete, including 15 from the early to mid -80s and close to 25 from the 2000s. Hamilton’s team currently has 50 active players.  More ...

UASEM and Hamilton students worked together on the Communication Department's Privacy Project.
Manhattan High School Students Visit Hamilton

Nine high school students from the Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management (UASEM) in New York City visited Hamilton on April 21-22 to collaborate with students and faculty in the Communication Department. The department’s relationship with the UASEM supports student/faculty research on privacy, media and community.  More ...

Arts students, along with Professors Knight and Fine, visited MASS MoCA and the Williams College Art Museum on April 17.
Art Students Visit Massachusetts Museums

Twenty-eight students from art classes in photography, painting and drawing visited MASS MoCA (The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) and the Williams College Art Museum on April 17. They were accompanied by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight and Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Jane Fine.  More ...

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