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Goodale Class Digs Into Hamilton's Past

Assistant Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale’s “Archaeology of Hamilton’s Founding” (Arch 110) class is excavating the property at 60 College Hill Road, looking for evidence that would link the structure back to its possible construction date of 1793 (per the plaque above the door). Investigations of several architectural features are indicative of the 18th century, making this possibly the oldest structure still on its original foundation on campus.   More ...

Senior Fellow Sabrina Yurkofsky '15
Watching What We Watch: A Look at Sabrina Yurkofsky’s Senior Fellowship

While the majority of Hamilton seniors stress their way through each day, balancing four upper-level courses, theses, extracurricular commitments, and, of course, the ever-impending job search, Sabrina Yurkofsky ’15 watches TV on the co-op porch. This seeming recreation is in fact research for her thought-provoking and culturally relevant senior fellowship. She is studying sexism in television programming and its potential effects on viewers’ gender perspectives.  More ...

HOC Hosts Reel Rock Film Tour

The Hamilton Outing Club hosted a screening of the Reel Rock Film Tour, a yearly showcase of films focused on rock climbing and other outdoor adventure sports. In its 9th year, this year’s tour consisted of a single movie–Valley Uprising: Yosemite’s Climbing Revolution, a feature-length documentary following the evolution of rock climbing and the culture surrounding it in Yosemite National Park.  More ...

New York Program students at the Bowery Mission.
NY Program Volunteers at Bowery Mission

Students in the Hamilton Program in New York City continued a tradition with a recent visit to the Bowery Mission, where they spent the afternoon volunteering in the kitchen.  More ...

Professor Mark Cryer's topic was Articulation.
Oral Communication Center Hosts “Hamilton Speaks” Event

The Oral Communication Center (OCC) hosted “Hamilton Speaks: Improve Your Public Speaking in Six Minutes or Less,” an hour-long, lunchtime event on Oct. 29. It featured student workers, faculty/staff members and visiting professionals who were each given exactly six minutes to give advice or information on some aspect of oral communication.  More ...

HOC Hosts Wilderness First Aid Course

The Hamilton Outing Club (HOC) hosted a Wilderness First Aid (WFA) course for around 30 of its leaders on Oct. 25 and 26. In order to become a HOC leader and be eligible to take students out on trips, candidates must take part in a leader-training weekend that covers skills such as trip planning, wilderness cooking, group management and more, and hold a certification in Wilderness Medicine, WFA or higher.  More ...

Advanced Photo Class Attends Photographic Education Conference

Assistant Professor of Art Rob Knight took his Advanced Photo class (Art 302) on a field trip to the Society for Photographic Education Regional Conference in Albany on Oct. 19. Knight was one of the presenters, giving a talk on his Levitt Center-supported project In God's House.    More ...

10 Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Ten Hamilton seniors were elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honor society, at the October meeting. The inductees are Paul Donahue, Brendon Kaufman, Jessica LeBow, Tara McDonald, Connor Miyamoto, Meghan O’Sullivan, Kevin Rovelli, Sara Wortman, Casey Wright and Hannah Zucker.  More ...

ACS Celebrates Diwali

Every year around late October or early November, Hindus, Jains and Sikhs across the globe gather to celebrate the festival of lights known as Diwali. Diwali signifies the spiritual victory of good versus evil, knowledge versus ignorance, and light versus darkness. Hamilton’s Asian Cultural Society (ACS) hosts Diwali each year and this year celebrated with an interactive DIY Rangoli.  More ...

From left, Hao Iao, Hannah Ferris, Stephanie-Talia Murray, Haley Lynch and Deanna Nappi. (Missing from photo-Jeff Greenwald)
Saxophone Ensemble Performs in Community

The Hamilton College Saxophone Ensemble performed at two local events recently. On Sunday, Oct. 19, the group played at the annual B# Music Club fundraiser scholarship concert at the Munson Williams Proctor Art Museum. Utica College welcomed the ensemble to its Lunch Hour Series concert on Oct. 22.  More ...

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