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The cast of <em>Candide</em>.
Scenes From Choir Musical Candide

The Hamilton College Department of Music presented the annual Choir Musical on  Feb. 7-9, in Wellin Hall. The musical, Candide,  (National Theatre Version) features music by Leonard Bernstein, with book adapted from Voltaire by Hugh Wheeler in a New Version by John Caird.  More ...

Myriam Cotten
Cotten, Wieczorek ’11 and Hayden ’14 Publish Structures in Protein Data Bank

Associate Professor of Chemistry Myriam Cotten recently published four structures in the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics Protein Data Bank (RCSB PDB). The structures were released on January 22 after the accompanying peer-reviewed article was accepted for publication in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.  More ...

Program in Washington students with George Baker '74 and Frank Vlossak '89.
Washington Program Students Get Inside View of Lobbying from Baker ’74 and Vlossak ’89

Students in the Hamilton College Program in Washington, D.C., met with George D. Baker ’74 and Frank C. Vlossak IV ’89 for an in-depth discussion of lobbying on Jan. 29. Baker and Vlossak are principals at Williams and Jensen PLLC, one of the few leading independent law firms in Washington with a practice focused primarily on lobbying.  More ...

Standing from left, Austin Durham, Alex Mitko, John DeGuardi.  Sitting : Elizabeth Larson and Alex Kaplan. Missing from photo: Patrick Marris
Students Help Area Residents Navigate Health Insurance Marketplaces

Many Americans might find the Affordable Care Act difficult to understand, and some may feel daunted by the task of enrolling in health insurance under the new law, but a group of Hamilton College students is helping make the process easier for the surrounding community.  More ...

Program in New York City students and Professor Maurice Isserman in front of the Sir Walter Scott statue in Central Park.
NY Program Students Tour Central Park

Hamilton's Program in New York City students took a historically themed tour of Central Park on Jan. 29.  The group's very knowledgeable guide talked about the park's origins and purpose, and the way it had changed over the years.  More ...

HCAYS students visit El Mirador de San Nicolás, Granada.
HCAYS Students Visit Andalusia

Students in the Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain program (HCAYS) began their spring semester with an orientation trip to Andalusía. They learned about history and shared cultural and culinary experiences during visits to Granada, Sevilla and other cities and towns.  More ...

Dance instructor Roberto Luis Perez from Syracuse leads the Hispanic Studies majors in a dance.
Hispanic Studies Seniors Celebrate Final Semester

Hispanic Studies seniors kicked off the semester dancing salsa, merengue, and cha cha cha in a special event on Jan. 24. Every spring term, the Hispanic Studies department organizes the event in order to congratulate them as they head toward graduation.  More ...

Seniors Practice Interviewing Skills in Mojo Workshop

Some 120 students and community members recently spent the day working on their mojo—but there wasn’t much voodoo or magic involved. Instead, the group participated in the third iteration of the Career Center’s Interview Mojo program, which is aimed at helping students increase their facility with and confidence in professional interviews.  More ...

Chachimbira, Ibarra Province. L to R: Hanna Kingston, Annie Emanuels, Andrew Jillings, Alex Doig, Clair Stover, and Lindsey Luker.
Outing Club Members Explore Ecuador

Over winter break, members of the Hamilton Outing Club joined Director Andrew Jillings in Ecuador for three weeks of trekking, hiking, waiting out the rain and exploring the rainforest. Clair Stover ’14, Hanna Kingston ’15, Lindsey Luker ’15, Annie Emanuels ’16, Alex Doig ’16 and Jillings began the trip with a five-day trek around Piñan, a remote village tucked among the Andes.  More ...

Kate Parker-Burgard '84, Liz Morris '16 and Beth Yavenditti '97 at St. Luke's School.
Exploring the Possibilities

The Career Center’s 4th round of HamiltonExplore provided 120 underclassmen the opportunity to explore career interests during winter break.  The shadowing program is designed to assist sophomore students with career exploration and decision making by offering the opportunity to “shadow” (observe) a Hamilton alumnus/a or parent in the workplace for a day or part of a day.  More ...

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