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The Magic of FebFest

Magic Man, an electronic rock band from New England, visited the Annex on Feb. 18 for a CAB Acoustic Coffeehouse performance. Magic Man’s show was a hihglight of this year’s FebFest.

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Members of the Powder Club in Killington, Vt.
Powder Club Seeks Snow, Finds it in Killington, Vt.

Hamilton’s Powder Club took 38 students to Killington, Vt., in January for a three-night ski trip. Killington is home to some of the East Coast's finest skiing and snowboarding terrain.  More ...

Hamilton Be the Match Registrants Top 500

“Be a Match” the posters and emails exhorted, advertising the Feb. 17 marrow registry drive held at Hamilton. After four such events and 500 sign-ups, Milinda Ajawara ’16 has been identified as a Hamilton match for an individual in need of a marrow transplant. Be the Match, the organization that maintains the registry, rightly proclaims that “every potential donor who proves to be a match has a chance to be a hero and save a life.”  More ...

Mr. Hamilton contestants from left Colin Horgan '19, Alan Yecies '17, Jose Olivares '16, Jared Mandelbaum '18, Thomas Hoffman 16, Alan Yeh '18 and Sean Rose '19.
Jared Mandelbaum ’18, Mr. HOC, Crowned Mr. Hamilton

Jared Mandelbaum ’18, Mr. HOC, was the victor in the annual Mr. Hamilton competition, held on Feb. 17 as part of FebFest. He prevailed over Mr. Track, Colin Horgan ’19, Mr. Psi U, Alan Yecies ’17, Mr. Philanthropy Committee, Jose Olivares ’16, Mr. Culinary Society, Thomas Hoffman ’16, Mr. HAVOC, Alan Yeh ’18 and Mr. Buffers, Sean Rose ’19.   More ...

Hamilton Congratulates Newest PBK Inductees

Eighteen Hamilton College seniors were elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest honor society, at the February meeting.  The inductees are: Nejla Asimovic, Joelle Baer, Rachel Beamish, Laura Becker, Christopher Bousquet, Kathleen Buckley, Gaela Sarah Dennison-Leonard, Caitlin Kennedy, Alex Mitko, Michael Nelson, Lillie Ogden, Matthew Palmer, Ianna Recco, Rebecca Rees, Nicole Saitta, Nathaniel Somes, Ryan Sutyla and Michael Verostek.  More ...

Robbyn Jimenez (left) and Daniel Berrick (center) in their committee meeting at Model UN.
Berrick ’18, Jimenez ’19 Earn Commendations at Model UN Conference

Nine Hamilton College students attended the annual Harvard National Model United Nations Conference in Boston, Feb. 11-14. The conference brought together students from 70 different countries to participate in simulations of United Nations committees.  More ...

Some letters received from a Hamilton pen pal.
Write Back @ You Connects Hamilton Students With Trinidad and Tobago Youth

Nathalia Mahabir ’17 recently established Write Back @ You, a pen pal program aimed at connecting mentors at Hamilton College with young students both domestically and internationally. Mentors at Hamilton develop a supportive and communicative relationship with mentees in order to provide encouragement, motivation and guidance.  More ...

Annual FebFest is Under Way

FebFest, Hamilton’s annual celebration of winter, is underway with events planned each day this week.  Monday’s schedule includes a local beverage tasting in The Little Pub, a Grammy viewing party and a candlelit snowshoe walk through Root Glen.  More ...

The Buffers deliver a “Buffergram” to Maggie Joyce '16 in McEwen Dining Hall on Feb. 12.
Buffers Deliver Valentine's Notes

Hamilton’s male a capella group The Buffers delivered their annual Valentine’s Day Buffergrams on Feb. 12. The group, founded in 1952, had a full day of song deliveries, from McEwen to the Science Center, with classrooms and offices in between. Students, faculty and administrators all over campus were serenaded  — from 5 a.m. in early wake-up calls — to 6 p.m.  More ...

Lisa Consiglio
Narrative4 Visits Hamilton to Create Partnership

Narrative4 (N4), a nonprofit founded by author Colum McCann, returned to Hamilton on Feb. 11 to create a partnership between the organization and the College. More than 20 students, faculty members, Levitt Center administrators discussed how to take N4’s mission — fostering empathy through profound “story exchange exercises” — and affect deep-rooted change to campus culture.  More ...

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