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Ryan Ong, Sharif Shrestha and Jose Vazquez
Three Students Selected to Attend Clinton Global Initiatives University

Three Hamilton students have been selected to attend the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) that will take place in March 6-8 at the University of Miami, Florida. Ryan Ong  ’16, Sharif Shrestha ’17 and Jose Vazquez ’15  will attend CGI U along with Tsion Tsefaye ’16 who was chosen in November.  More ...

A sketch illustrating James Larson's Smallen Creativity Grant project.
Eight Students Receive Smallen Fund Grants

Eight Hamilton students have received creativity grants from the Steven Daniel Smallen Memorial Fund. The 2014 recipients are Kate Bickmore ’15, Sean-Henry Smith ’15, Lesley Klose ’15, Sawyer Konys ’16, James Larson ’17, Megan O’Sullivan ’15, Caroline Rudd ’16, and Sara Wortman ’15.  More ...

Lisa Yang '17, right, with Hamilton Microfinance loan recipient Lourdes Alvarez and her husband.
Hamilton Microfinance Shares the Gift of Opportunity

While most students were studying for exams as the semester came to a close, members of Hamilton Microfinance (HMF) were finalizing their third loan. Building off the momentum from October’s Great Pumpkin Challenge Fundraiser – which raised more than $1000 toward providing small business loans to local entrepreneurs – Hamilton’s micro-lenders identified several potential loan applicants, moving one step closer to achieving their strategic goal of issuing a loan by the end of the semester.  More ...

Members of the 2014-15 Duelly Noted a capella group.
Duelly Noted Set to Embark on Fifth Annual Tour

Co-ed a cappella group Duelly Noted is preparing for its fifth annual concert tour during Hamilton’s winter break. The three-day tour will include performances in New York State, Rhode Island and Vermont.  More ...

A Fine First-Year Experience

The first semester of Hamilton’s pilot program, First Year Experience (FYE), has concluded and been deemed a success by Coordinator of Orientation and First-Year Programs Tessa Chefalo. She reports that approximately half of the first-year class participated in some type of FYE programming, including Core Sessions, FYE social programming, and/or FYE-eligible events.  More ...

Tyler Lovejoy '16 with Dalton Eisenhut, a member of his Breaking Bread family.
Breaking Bread and Transforming Lives

Without a doubt, members of the Hamilton College men’s hockey team are tough.  Throughout the season, they face the rigors of the game, the physical stresses of practice and hard collisions, the mental challenges of balancing sport and school.  For the team, though hockey is a sport of fellowship.  It transcends simple competition, forming lifelong bonds based upon mutual respect and a love for the game. For Hamilton’s men’s hockey team, the Breaking Bread program epitomizes this concept.  More ...

Men 's soccer coach Perry Nizzi, Director of Community Outreach Amy James and COOP Senior Fellow Thomas Funk '15 deliver gifts at JPC.
Holiday Gifts From HAVOC and COOP

Hamilton community service programs HAVOC and COOP collected food, gifts and other items to make the holidays a bit happier for some local families. The Hamilton Association for Volunteering, Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) sponsored a holiday Mitten Tree, bearing gift requests from children with a need.  The children’s gift requests came through House of Good Shepherd,  Johnson Park Center (JPC) in Utica, Upstate Cerebral Palsy, Siegenthaler Center (Hospice) and Rome DSS.  More ...

Mandy Lin '15
Mandy Lin ’15 Chosen as Ambassador for Expo Milano 2015

Mandy Lin ’15 has been selected to be a student ambassador for the USA Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015. Under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State, the USA Pavilion will showcase American innovation in addressing the challenge of feeding the world's growing population and highlight developments in American culinary culture. The theme is American Food 2.0: United to Feed the Planet.  More ...

Students in Larson's Prison Writing Class Collect Books for Incarcerated

Three students in Professor of English and Creative Writing Doran Larson’s “Booked: Prison Writing” course this fall held a campus book drive to benefit prisoners at a New York State correctional facility.  More ...

Stephen Wu and Kendall Weir '12
NPR Features Weir '12 and Wu Study

NPR’s science correspondent Shankar Vedantam featured a study on character versus performance and compensation in the National Football League (NFL) that began as Kendall Weir’s senior thesis by under the direction of Professor of Economics Stephen Wu. The Dec. 18 broadcast on NPR’s Morning Edition highlighted the results of Weir ’12 and Wu’s paper titled “Criminal Records and the Labor Market for Professional Athletes” published in The Journal of Sports Economics.  More ...

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