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Matthew Ritchie (British, born 1964), "The Binding Problem," 1996. Oil and marker on canvas. Gift of E. M. Bakwin, Class of 1950. 86 x 100 in.  ©Matthew Ritchie
Wellin Museum Presents Two Exhibitions

Since the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art opened in 2012, its permanent collection has grown through gifts and select purchases. Wellin Collects, opening May 5, showcases new and recent acquisitions in a variety of media. Senior Art Thesis 2015, also opening on May 5, displays new work by graduating art majors. Spanning drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and sculpture, the exhibition represents a culmination of their studies.  More ...

The men's hockey team at the 2015 Daniel Barden Mudfest.
Men's Hockey Team Lends Support to Barden Mudfest

The Hamilton Men's Hockey team continued their tradition of volunteering through their involvement in the Daniel Highland Barden Mudfest in Deansboro, N.Y.  for the third year.  The Mudfest, held this year on April 25, was created by Deansboro natives after the Sandy Hook massacre in December 2012.   More ...

Vigil participants cross the bridge from KJ.
Hamilton Stands With Nepal

Students, faculty and members of the Hamilton community came out in force for a candelight vigil to remember victims of the April 25 earthquake in Nepal and raise awareness of fundraising efforts on campus and globally.  The vigil was organized by the International  Students Association.  Today (April 30) the Asian Cultural Society is holding a brainstorming session “What Can we do for Nepal,” at 5 p.m. on the Sadove Sunporch.  More ...

In Nepal, Ujjwal Pradhan's ’15 brother, Dr. Umesh Pradhan, right, provides medical care to victims from the neighborhoods of Balaju.
Nepali Students Mourn Earthquake Victims, Mobilize Fundraising

For many Americans the devastating earthquake that shook Nepal on April 25 seems a world away. But it has hit close to home for three Hamilton students who are natives of the country and have families there. The three – Priti Kharel ’18, Ujjwal Pradhan ’15 and  Sharif Shrestha ’17 – are raising funds for relief and working with the International Students Association (ISA) and other Hamilton student organizations to raise awareness of the tragedy that has left more than 5000 dead.  More ...

Professor of Economics Steve Wu talks about teaching at one of the monthly events.
Year-Long Series Explores the Art of Teaching

While many people recognize the value of a college education, not all appreciate the art behind educating. The Hamilton community has been fostering dialogues this year as part of the inaugural Talk About Teaching (TAT) series. Associate Dean of Faculty Penny Yee, who helps coordinate the variety of events, described the purpose of the series as “drawing attention to the practice of teaching at the college.” The events take place across campus, with noontime gatherings almost every Tuesday.  More ...

Edie Wilson '15
Elizabeth “Edie” Wilson ’15 Awarded Fulbright ETA to Thailand

Elizabeth “Edie” Wilson ’15 has been awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship to Thailand.  Wilson completed her Hamilton coursework as an anthropology major in December and will graduate in May.  She is currently a research assistant at ICF International in Washington, D.C., evaluating the effectiveness of government grants related to education.  More ...

Madison Beres '15
Madison Beres ’15 Presents at Geological Society of America Meeting

Madison Beres ’15 presented a poster titled “An Educational Booklet on the New York State Fossil Eurypterus remipes” at the 50th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America - Northeastern Section.  The work Beres presented in the Geoscience Education session was based on her senior thesis with Professor of Geosciences Cynthia Domack.  More ...

Front from left  Zoe Escandon (Ashland University), Parisa Bruce '17, Kevin Anglim '16. Back: Prof.. Kim Field-Springer (Ashland University), Prof. Katie Margavio Striley (UNC Chapel Hill).
Students Present Research at Eastern Comm. Association Conference

Kevin Anglim '16 and Parisa Bruce '17 presented their original research at the Eastern Communication Association's annual conference held April 22 - 27 in Philadelphia.  More ...

Masterworks Chorale and Hamilton Choir with Symphoria to Perform

The Hamilton College and Community Masterworks Chorale and Hamilton College Choir with Symphoria will perform Antonin Dvorák’s Requiem on Tuesday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts.  More ...

Professor of Communication Catherine Phelan (center) with Hamilton and UASEM students.
Privacy, Policy and Digital Communication Seminar

High school students from The Urban Assembly School for Emergency Management (UASEM) in New York City visited Hamilton on April 16 -17 to discuss privacy in the digital age with a group of Hamilton students.  More ...

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