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Hamilton 'pinks' up shutout win over Amherst

The Hamilton College men's hockey team continued its best streak in 62 years, blanking Amherst 2-0 at Russell Sage Rink Friday. The Continentals pushed their unbeaten run to 10 games (8-0-2).  More ...

Brain Ferrell '16 with Republican  presidential candidate Jeb Bush in Iowa.
Brian Ferrell ’16: On The Jeb Bush Campaign in Iowa

Last semester, Hamilton students enrolled in Professor Phil Klinkner's Government 223 class were educated on the political dynamics of the presidential nomination process, paying special attention to the 2016 election cycle.  The class presented students with the unique opportunity to earn half of the class' credit in the traditional classroom setting while earning the other half credit by volunteering on a presidential campaign over their winter breaks.  Brian Ferrell '16 worked on Republican Jeb Bush's campaign in Iowa and Mike Verostek '16 was a volunteer with Hillary Clinton's campaign  in New Hampshire. Today and on Monday, Jan. 25, their articles recount the experiences of just two of the students who took advantage of this extraordinary opportunity.  More ...

The Mock Trial Team's 2nd place trophy from the 10th Annual Polar Bear Invitational at Ohio Northern University.
Mock Trial Team Braves the Weather to Win a Trophy

After driving nearly nine hours to Ada, Ohio, Hamilton College’s Mock Trial Team took 2nd place at the Jan. 16-17 10th Annual Polar Bear Invitational at Ohio Northern University.  In addition to the impressive team performance,  Rachel Dawson ’19, Patrick McConnell ’19 and Conor O’Shea ’18 took home individual awards.  More ...

From left:  Tshering Sherpa '16, Emily Chan '16, Yingbin Mei '16, Milinda Ajawara '16 and Sarah (Macy) Lawler '16
Hamilton Students Shadow St. Elizabeth's Residents

Five Hamilton students shadowed family medicine residents at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica during the week of Jan. 11. Each day that week, Milinda Ajawara ’16, Emily Chan ’16, Macy Lawler ’16, Yingbin Mei ’16 and Tshering Sherpa ’16 followed residents in different departments including cardiology, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, family medicine and internal medicine.  More ...

A group shot of the 2016 Levitt Leadership Institute participants in Kirner-Johnson.
5th Annual Levitt Leadership Institute Fosters Empathy and Self-Awareness

“I am convinced that individual human beings can make a difference.” The proclamation made by Prudence Bushnell, an American diplomat who served as U.S. Ambassador to Kenya and Guatemala, and the former Sol M. Linowitz Visiting Professor of International Relations at Hamilton, established the framework for the Hamilton students participating in the 5th annual Levitt Leadership Institute, Jan. 10-15.  More ...

Muhammad Najib '18, Weilin Tang '17, Hersheena Rajaram '19, Fiker Haile '19, Ghada Emish '19 and a Colgate University student. Jingchen (Sophie) Shi '19 also took part.
International Students Head to Greek Peak Through NY6 Program

A group of Hamilton’s international students enjoyed a winter outing at ski area Greek Peak on Jan. 9. The winter retreat was sponsored by the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium (Colgate, Hamilton, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Skidmore, St. Lawrence University and Union).  More ...

Hamilton's Model EU students at the Euro-Sim event in Antwerp, Belgium, with Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Ivan Rasmussen.
10 Model EU Students Participate in Euro-Sim in Belgium

The Hamilton Model EU team brought 10 students to the 29th annual Euro-Sim event, held at Antwerp University in Belgium  from Jan. 3-7. Hamilton student participants were Dumitru (Dima) Kaigorodov ’16,  Annie Berman ’18, Daniel Berrick ’18,  Victoria Bulivant ’18, Kevin Roback ’17, Hallie Skripak Gordon ’16, Charlotte Carstens ’16, Nicolas Yardas ’18, Hristina (Tina) Mangelova ’16 and Alex Hollister ’17.  The students were accompanied by their advisor Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Ivan Rasmussen.  More ...

Duelly Noted performed at Hamilton during Family Weekend in October.
Duelly Noted to Begin Three State Winter Tour

Co-ed a cappella group Duelly Noted is preparing for its sixth annual concert tour during Hamilton’s winter break. The four-day tour will include performances in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York.  More ...

National Media Focused on College's Expanded Access in 2015

This year the national media highlighted the college’s focus on expanding access and equalizing experiences on campus in several major articles. Outlets featuring these Hamilton policies and programs included The Chronicle of Higher Education, Huffington Post and the Hechinger Report. The college also received broad national media attention most recently with the announcement of its incoming president, David Wippman, via an Associated Press news story.  More ...

Mock Trial co-captain Caroline Reppert '17 argues a case in a mock trial tournament held at Hamilton.
Spotlight on Mock Trial Team

Although winter break  is underway, Hamilton’s  Mock Trial team is not slowing down. Team members will individually be rewriting the bulk of their scripts, memorizing and studying case law and rules of evidence during break. In addition, team members will return from break one week early to practice as a team and prepare for a tournament at the Ohio Northern University before the spring semester starts (Jan 15-18).  All of this preparation leads up to the Regional Tournament (Feb 5-7) at Pennsylvania State College.  More ...

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