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Hamilton College and Clinton High School athletes gather after a panel discussion.
Hamilton Athletes Visit Clinton High School

Several Hamilton College athletes took part in an athletic panel discussion on Nov. 19 at Clinton High School.  Hamilton provided lunch and five athletes talked to interested CCS students about playing varsity sports in college, how to balance academics, and a bit about how recruiting works.  More ...

Fish '17 runs in NCAA women's cross country meet

Hamilton College's Michelle Fish '17 (Slingerlands, N.Y./Guilderland HS) competed in the 2015 NCAA Division III Women's Cross Country Championship at Lake Breeze Golf Club in Winneconne, Wis., on Saturday morning.  More ...

Men's cross country places 21st at NCAA championships

Hamilton College finished in 21st place out of 32 teams at the 2015 NCAA Division III Men's Cross Country Championship, which was held at Lake Breeze Golf Club in Winneconne, Wis., on Saturday afternoon.  More ...

Members of Duelly Noted celebrate their second place win.
Duelly Noted Takes Second in Local Competition

Hamilton a capella group Duelly Noted recently took second place in an a capella competition fundraiser for Herkimer High School’s Drama Department. The co-ed group that was founded in 2008 also won the award for best stage presence.  More ...

Program in Washington, D.C. Group Meets With Mike Castle ’61

Hamilton’s Program in Washington, D.C. recently met former six-term Delaware Congressman Mike Castle ’61 at his DC office of DLA Piper. DLA Piper is a global law firm with lawyers located in more than 30 countries. Castle also served as Delaware’s governor for two terms.  More ...

HAVOC Presents Literacy and Education Panel

The Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) general board hosted an education and literacy panel on Nov. 17 which discussed libraries, the Common Core and the critical importance of early childhood literacy. The four panelists were Adjunct Professor Richard Hunt, Director of the Utica Public Library Darby O’Brien, America Reads Student Co-Director Erica Quach ’16, and Brian Sobotko ’16, head tutor at A Better Chance (ABC) House.  More ...

Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain Visits Barcelona

Students on Hamilton’s Academic Year in Spain program left Madrid on Nov. 12 for a four-day cultural trip to Barcelona, the second largest city in Spain. Capital of Catalonia, and the most important port of the Mediterranean cost in Spain, Barcelona offers a wide diversity of cultural experience. The students were able to explore the city´s unique personality, language, and culture, and experience first-hand its strong sense of identity and uniqueness.  More ...

The Hamilton in France program group listens to a guide at the Palais.
Hamilton in France visits Le Palais des Papes

* Editor's note. This activity took place before the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris. All Hamilton in France Program  students are accounted for and safe.

Hamilton in France Program students recently visited the Palais des Papes in Avignon, France. The Palais des Papes was home to nine popes during the 14th century, and remains the largest Gothic palace in Europe. Students observed the impressive palace constructed out of limestone native to southern France.  More ...

Hamilton Program in New York students at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
NYC Program Students Visit the Federal Reserve Bank of New York

New York Program students were recently invited to spend the morning at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Students got the opportunity to speak with Andrea Tambalotti, an assistant vice president in the Research and Statistics group at the Fed, and afterwards were treated to a tour of the famous gold vault and a brief overview tour. The group was also joined by Rujun Han '15 who is currently working as a research analyst at the Fed.  More ...

Levitt Center innovator-in-residence Cyrus Boga '90 directs a workshop for students.
Levitt Center Innovator-in-Residence Teaches Social Entrepreneurship Skills

Cyrus Boga ’90, an expert in social entrepreneurship, recently returned to the Hill as a Levitt Center Innovator-in-Residence to hold workshops and meet with students. Boga is the CEO and founder of Novamaya, an education startup serving college students, and the CEO of Campus Properties LLC, a venture offering student housing solutions. He also has experience in investment banking, corporate finance and running a successful social enterprise.  More ...

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