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From left Mike Berrios, Mariani German, Kwasi Amoako, Rey Camacho, Phinix Knight-Jacks.
Posse Plus Retreat Discusses Power of Language

Posse Scholars, Hamilton students and faculty gathered on Feb. 5-7 at the Radisson Hotel in Utica to better understand the influence of language in contemporary society at the annual Posse Plus Retreat.  More ...

The Mock Trial team after the Penn State competition.
Mock Trial Advances to Opening Round Championship

Hamilton’s Mock Trial team competed last weekend (Feb. 5-7) at a regional competition, held at Pennsylvania State University. This competition determined whether the team would advance to the next level of bracketed competition, the Opening Round Championship (ORCs).  More ...

The Career Center's Janine Oliver addresses the first-year students.
First-Year Students Learn to "Know Thyself"

More than 100 first-year students participated in “Know Thyself,” a new Career and Life Outcomes Center (CLOC) –sponsored event on Feb. 3. Know Thyself was the inaugural event of the Find Your Future Series for First-Years, developed specifically for first-year students to engage in conversations and activities about themselves — what makes them happy, what they're good at and what matters to them.   More ...

Opportunity Programs Students, Staff Visit Albany

Hamilton’s Opportunity Programs staff and students traveled to Albany, N.Y., on Feb. 2  to meet with legislative representatives as part of New York Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day.  According to CICU, organizer of the event, “…. Advocacy Day is an opportunity... to come together to show support for student aid funding and higher education.”  More ...

Members of the men's soccer team and Coach Perry Nizzi with some of the hoodies, sweaters and sweatshirts they collected for the Rome Rescue Mission.
Men's Soccer Team Collects Clothing for Rescue Mission

The men’s soccer team team initiated a community service project over the past few months, collecting sweatshirts/sweaters and hoodies to be donated to the Rome Rescue Mission. The team collected more than 150 articles of clothing and will be dropping them off in Rome next week.  More ...

Choir Musical Preview: Sondheim on Sondheim

The Hamilton College Department of Music presents the 2016 choir musical, Sondheim on Sondheim, on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 5 and 6, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center.  More ...

Lisa Yang, president of Hamilton Microfinance, and executive board member Flavia Oliveira ’16, visited the loan recipient's farm.
Hamilton Microfinance Extends Loan to Local Amish Farmer

Just days after arriving on campus after the winter break, members of Hamilton Microfinance (HMF) met with Tom Owens, CEO and president of ACCESS Federal Credit Union, to evaluate the club’s first loan application of 2016. After reviewing the application, the group voted unanimously to provide a $2,500 loan to Rudy (for Rudy's privacy, the club is not disclosing his last name), who plans to use the funds to buy machinery for his farm.  More ...

From left, back row: Julia Ferguson, Rachael Wilkin, Anne Emanuels, Taryn Ruf, Isabelle Bradford, Ianthe Lekometros, Onno Oerlemans. Amelia Denney. From left, front row: Alexa Merriam, Janelle Schwartz, Kianee De Jesus.
Students in Inaugural Program in Adirondacks Report on Internships

Very few study abroad experiences offer a chance to be truly independent. While some may allow their students to pursue directed research projects, they are often within bounds predetermined by the program. However, during the first semester of Hamilton’s Adirondack Program during the fall of 2015, students not only had a chance to be independent in their academic pursuits, but they were also able to explore areas of interest outside of their comfort zone by way of internships. These jobs completed the “Field Component” requirement of the semester curriculum.  More ...

Hamilton's spring 2016 Program in New York group at the New York City Ballet at Lincoln Center.
New York Program Group Attends NYC Ballet Performance

Hamilton’s Program in New York City recently enjoyed an outing to the New York City Ballet's production of "Music Director's Choice" – a fabulous combination of pieces selected by the newly appointed music director Andrew Litton.  More ...

Chronicle of Higher Education Publishes Carter and Merrill Essay

An essay published in The Chronicle of Higher Education titled “What Black Campus Activists Can Learn From the Freedom Summer of 1964” by Professors of Africana Studies and Heather Merrill and Donald Carter  compared transformational strategies employed by students in 1964 with those pursued by students today. In the Feb. 1 commentary, the authors noted that the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee that led the Mississippi Summer Project was built through patience and compassion.  More ...

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