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The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department was awarded a $20,000 grant.
Hamilton Town-Gown Fund Awards Record Grants

The Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund Committee has made its largest award ever -- $20,000 to the Clinton Fire Department to reconstruct the smoke/fire tower at the town garage in Franklin Springs.  More ...

A scene from last year's Fall Fest in Clinton.
11th Annual Fall Fest is Oct. 21 on Clinton Village Green

The 11th Annual Hamilton College Fall Fest will take place on Sunday, Oct. 21, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the Clinton Village Green. Fall Fest is an initiative that was started in 2002 by the Hamilton Class of 2005 to reach out and join with the local community for an afternoon of food, fun activities and entertainment.  More ...

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Men's ice hockey to play home opener at Clinton Arena

The Hamilton College men's ice hockey team will play its home opener against SUNY Cortland at the Clinton Arena on Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 7 p.m.  More ...

Matilda Terrell, 3, hangs out with Al Ham at Fall Fest. Matilda's mom is Assistant Professor of English Katherine Terrell.
Fall Fest Provides Autumn Enjoyment

Hamilton's 10th annual Fall Fest took place on Oct. 30 on the village green in Clinton.  Tara Huggins '14, co-chair of Hamilton's Social Traditions committee with Sarah Kelley '12,  said "Over the course of the day we had a few hundred people come. The weather was amazing and that made it just a great day."  More ...

Fall Fest unites the Hamilton and Clinton communities for food, fun and entertainment.
10th Annual Fall Fest is Oct. 30

The 10th Annual Hamilton College Fall Fest will take place on Sunday, Oct. 30, from noon to 4 p.m., on the Clinton Village Green. Fall Fest is an initiative that was started in 2002 by the Hamilton Class of 2005 to enhance town/gown relations by uniting the Hamilton and Clinton communities for an afternoon of food, fun and entertainment.  More ...

The Clinton Fire Department, shown here at a mock dorm room fire, was among recipients of Town-Gown Fund grants.
Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund Reaches Goal

Ten years after it was established in April 2001 with a $100,000 gift, the Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund has reached its $1 million goal. As of June 15, the fund has received gifts from 450 individuals and businesses totaling $1,005,351. These contributions are invested as part of the Hamilton College endowment, bringing the market value of the fund to $1,279,395.
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The Clinton Fire Department is among eight recipients of Town-Gown grants.
Town-Gown Fund Marks 10 Years With $52,000 In Grants

The Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund celebrated its 10th anniversary by distributing a record $52,020 to eight local organizations.  More ...

Students helped youngsters create trick or treat bags.
Fall Fest Features Family Fun

The 9th annual Fall Fest took place on Oct. 24 on the village green in Clinton. Families enjoyed face painting, trick or treat bag designing, performances by a capella groups Tumbling After, the Hamiltones,and Special K plus appearances by Hamilton's Tropical Sol and capoeira groups.   More ...

A scene from 2009's  Fall Fest in Clinton.
9th Annual Hamilton Fall Fest in Clinton is Oct. 24
The 9th Annual Hamilton College Fall Fest will take place on Sunday, Oct. 24, from noon to 4 p.m., on the Clinton Village Green. Fall Fest is an initiative that was started in 2002 by the Hamilton Class of 2005 to improve town/gown relations by uniting the Hamilton and Clinton communities for an afternoon of food, fun, and entertainment. More ...
Hanna Kahrmann-Zadak '12 takes her daily sample from a well in Clinton village.
Digging Deep Into Clinton’s Well Water
Every morning, Hanna Kahrmann-Zadak ’12 rides her bike from outside Clinton up the Hill to get to the lab. But before reaching her destination, she makes three pit stops to pick up her samples from two wells and nearby Oriskany Creek. She and Associate Professor of Geosciences Todd Rayne are embarking on a project that could prove extremely significant, especially to the community of Clinton: plotting the changes in the components of groundwater and of Oriskany Creek as they correlate to precipitation events. More ...
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