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Students Dodge, Dip, Dive, Duck for a Good Cause

Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) sponsored its 14th annual Dodgeball tournament on Saturday, Nov. 7, and 20 teams raised more than $900 for Team IMPACT. Team IMPACT is a non-profit organization that matches children with life-threatening and chronic illnesses with college athletic teams.  More ...

Peter Goldsmith '17 and Jon Shapiro '17 check out the Thrift Shop.
Thrift Shop Reveals Hidden Treasures

In the wake of today’s vintage fashion craze, thrift shopping has become increasingly popular among college students and young adults across America. At Hamilton College, a select group of savvy students tapped into their sustainable side and hosted an on-campus fundraising event that appealed to the fashion preferences of the masses.  More ...

Hamilton Athletic Teams Work on Community Clean-Up

Hamilton's women's ice hockey team and men's and women's golf teams recently took part in the community clean-up in Clinton and New Hartford. Team members raked leaves and did other clean-up in preparation for winter for people who needed assistance with yard work.  More ...

Clinton Sidekick Max Landrey with Hamilton Sidekick Sandy Wu '16
Hamilton Sidekicks off to an Adventurous Start

The Tolles Pavilion was abuzz with laughter, children’s music, and scribbling crayons this week during Hamilton Sidekicks’ annual Meet and Greet. Launched in 2012, Hamilton Sidekicks works to match college students with 1st through 4th grade students from Clinton Elementary School in pairs to foster lasting mentorships.  More ...

Fall Festival this Saturday on Clinton Village Green

The 14th annual Hamilton College Fall Fest will take place on Saturday, Oct. 10, from noon to 4 p.m., on the Clinton Village Green. The event is free and open to the public.  More ...

Students gather in the Events Barn to sign up for Make a Difference Day volunteer opportunities.
14th Annual Make a Difference Day Puts Students in Community

More than 125 Hamilton students took part in the 14th annual Hamilton Association for Volunteering Outreach and Charity (HAVOC) Make a Difference Day. Individual students, teams and groups signed up for a wide range of volunteer opportunities to engage in for the day.  More ...

The Hamilton Serves group helped  clean up for the end of the season at Kamp Kiwanis in Taberg.
8th Annual Hamilton Serves Brings Students to Community

The 475 members of Hamilton’s Class of 2019 got a glimpse of the area and at the same time helped area non-profit agencies when they participated in the 8th annual Hamilton Serves on Aug. 26.  Students spent the morning volunteering at one of 43 local non-profit agencies.  More ...

Colleen Pellman, left, accepts a plaque from Sarah Stevens of the American Heart Association.
Hamilton Receives America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk Award

Hamilton College received an award for the highest average contribution among all colleges from the 2015 America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk.  Held this past March in Utica, The Heart Run & Walk is an annual fund raising event for the American Heart Association, and every year many Hamilton students and employees participate.  More ...

From left Hillary Joy Pitoniak, Ice Lekometros '16, Laura Kwasnoski '18 and Kelt Wilska '17.
Hamilton Community Farm Cultivates More Than Fresh Produce

The Hamilton College Community Farm Garden is moving into its eighth year this fall, but even during the summertime students and staff are busy tending to the ¾ acre plot. The farm was founded in 2007 with the intent to “create a forum where knowledge of food and agriculture is intentionally cultivated to strengthen the relationship between the Hamilton Community and the land that supports (it).”  More ...

The 2015 Cram and Scram collection crew in Sage Rink.
Cram and Scram 2015 Gets Ready to Benefit Students and Community

Students and staff completed the first leg of this year’s Cram and Scram efforts on May 29, culminating in the storage or donation of thousands of items that would have otherwise found themselves discarded.  More ...

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