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Prof.  Myriam Cotten, Laura McCormick, Ashley Carducci, Sophie Mayeux, Mason Schoeneck, and Bryan Ferguson.
Students Present Posters at 59th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting

Ashley Carducci ’15, Bryan Ferguson ’17, Sophie Mayeux ’15, Laura McCormick ’15 and Mason Schoeneck ’15 presented three posters at the 59th Annual Biophysical Society Conference that took place Feb.8-11 in Baltimore.  More ...

Hamilton Opportunity Program students in Albany.
Opportunity Program Students Take Message to Albany

Hamilton Opportunity Program (HEOP) students met with Ronald Kim ’02, HEOP alumnus and the first Korean-American New York Assemblyman, when they traveled to Albany, N .Y., on Feb. 10 for Student Aid Alliance Day. This yearly event allows students from across New York State to talk to N.Y. legislators about the value of state aid programs like HEOP and the New York State Tuition Assistsance Program (TAP).  More ...

Hamilton students in front of the old Daily News building where Beanstalk offices are located.
NYC Students Visit Michael Stone ’72 and Beanstalk

Students in Hamilton’s program in NYC met with Michael Stone ’72, founder and CEO of Beanstalk, a global brand licensing corporation on Feb. 11 to learn about the brand licensing business.    More ...

Curling Team to Co-Host College Bonspiel

Hamilton and Colgate University’s curling teams are co-hosting the annual College Bonspiel on Feb. 13-14 at the Utica Curling Club, 8300 Clark Mills Road, Whitesboro. Saturday’s individual matches begin at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 2 p.m., with the championship at 4:30 p.m. The tournament is free and open to the public. A live stream will be available here.  More ...

The king and his court after the annual Mr. Hamilton competition in the Annex. From left John Kadlick '18, Chris Lovejoy '18, Jack Young '16, Lashawn Ware '17, Jason Fortunato '17, Zach Dix '15 and Carter Sanders '18.
Mr. Football, Lashawn Russell-Ware ’17, Crowned Mr. Hamilton

FebFest’s annual Mr. Hamilton competition attracted a large crowd to the Annex on Feb. 11.  Mr. Football, Lashawn Russell-Ware ’17, was crowned Mr. Hamilton from a field of seven contestants.  Nearly $900 was raised at the event to benefit Alternative Spring Break.  More ...

Attendees at the Posse Plus Retreat on Feb. 7, at the Radisson Hotel in Utica.
Posse Plus Retreat 2015: Crime and Punishment

Hamilton commemorated its 15–year partnership with the Posse Foundation by holding a Posse Plus Retreat on Feb. 6-8. The retreat is hosted by the Posse Foundation, a scholarship program that seeks to increase cultural and racial diversity in private colleges by sending students from minority-dominated cities to college together in “posses.” This year marks Posse's 25th year in operation and it has partnered with Hamilton College for the past 15 years. Hamilton’s Posse scholars come from Boston and Miami.  More ...

Women's ice hockey teammates Caroline Knop '18 and Stephanie Di Pietro '18 demonstrate how easy it is to provide a cheek swab for Be the Match.
Be the Match

Members of the Hamilton community are turning out to join the Be the Match marrow registry on Feb. 11 in Beinecke. Every four minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer and  marrow transplant is their only hope. By 11:30 a.m. more than 50 students had registered as potential donors by providing a cheek swab to identify tissue type and filling out a short questionnaire.  Anyone aged 18 to 44 in good health is encouraged to register. The Be the Match registry will be open today until 2 p.m.  More ...

The reactor being built by Ben Wesley  '16 and Prof. Max Majireck.
Ben Wesley ’16 Receives Sigma Xi Grant for Research with Prof. Majireck

Junior biochemistry concentrator Ben Wesley received a Sigma Xi Grants-in-Aid of Research (GIAR) award for a proposal titled “Development of a Continuous Flow Reactor for Synthesis of Izidine Alkaloids.” Each year, several hundred to 1000 proposals are submitted to Sigma Xi to fund research-related expenses in many different areas of science.  The award program is highly competitive, and only about 15 percent of applications are funded.    More ...

Sitong Chen '16, Jessica Tang '16, Sterling Xie '16 stand in front of a sign for a tea shop.
NYC Program Visits Museum of Chinese Americans

Hamilton NYC students visited the Museum of Chinese Americans in Chinatown for a guided tour of its special exhibit titled “Waves of Identity: 35 Years of Archiving.” Alice Fung, an educator at MOCA, described Chinatown in the 1970s when the museum was founded and how it changed and grew over time.  More ...

The cast of Hamilton's production of <em>Orpheus in the Underworld</em>.
Scenes From Choir Musical Orpheus in the Underworld

Hamilton’s Department of Music presented the annual choir musical, Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld,  Feb. 6-8, in Wellin Hall. The fully staged musical was directed by G. Roberts Kolb with choreography by Nancy Long and set and lighting design by William DiPaolo.  More ...

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