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Meghan O'Sullivan '15 and Alicia Rost '15 discuss their non-profit business idea with the group.
Levitt Social Innovation Fellows Visualize Change

With coffee cups in hand and notebooks out, 13 students met bright and early on Monday morning Jan. 12 – more than a week before classes started – to start the week-long Levitt Center Social Innovation Fellows program, led by Professor Anke Wessels, executive director of Cornell University’s Center for Transformative Action. With the help of Wessels, students were gathered to receive training and support for socially innovative projects and programs.  More ...

Professor Emeritus Donald Brandreth Potter
Hamilton Mourns the Death of Professor Emeritus Donald Brandreth Potter

In an email to the Hamilton community, President Joan Hinde Stewart announced the death of Donald Brandreth Potter, professor of geology emeritus. He died on Tuesday, Jan. 20, at his home following complications from a fall.  More ...

Karalin Pintle-Everett '17 explains her contribution to the pipe cleaner creation her group made during the “Marketplace of Ideas” during the Levitt Leadership Institute.
Diverse Group Unites as Team in 4th Annual Levitt Leadership Institute

“There will never, ever, be another you. There never has been, and there never will be.” The bold statement from Prudence Bushnell, former Ambassador to Kenya and Guatemala as well as the former Sol M. Linowitz Visiting Professor of International Relations at Hamilton College, set the tone for the diverse group of Hamilton students participating in the 4th annual Levitt Leadership Institute, Jan. 12-16.  More ...

A large crowd attended The Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts dedication ceremony on Fallcoming Weekend.
Hamilton Has $307M Regional Economic Impact

When Hamilton dedicated the $46.8 million Kevin and Karen Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts as part of Fallcoming and Family Weekend in October, more than 3,000 alumni, parents and friends filled hotels, bed and breakfasts, and restaurants in Central New York. Constructing new facilities and hosting such celebratory weekends are two factors considered in a new economic impact study commissioned by the Albany-based Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu) for its members.  More ...

A view of the  Minor Theater construction facing south.
Major Progress at Minor Theater

The conversion of Minor Theater to a residence hall is proceeding on schedule with an anticipated August 2015 completion date. When remodeling is finished the building will house 52 students on three floors.  More ...

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 ’ 6, Sharif Shrestha ’17 and Jose Vazquez ’15  will attend CGI U along with Tsion Tsefaye ’16 who was chosen in November.  More ...

Faculty Publications Lead in 2014 National Media Coverage

Opinion pieces, letters to the editor, expert commentaries and studies, book reviews and special projects all contributed to Hamilton’s many appearances in the national media this year. From National Public Radio to The New York Times, USA Today and The Wall Street Journal, faculty and staff submissions and responses to media outlets made the college very visible.  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 ...

Amy Zhang '18 poses with her book <em>Falling Into Place</em>.
Amy Zhang '18 Authors Young Adult Novel Falling Into Place

Last year at this time (Heqing) Amy Zhang ’18 was a senior at Sheboygan Falls High School in Wisconsin. Little did she know then that a piece she wrote for a high school English assignment would within less than a year become a young-adult novel. Falling Into Place was published by Harper Collins in September.  More ...

Arielle Cutler '11
The Media's Effect on Women's Body Image

While women have made significant strides in the past decades, the culture at large continues to place a great emphasis on how women look. These beauty standards, largely proliferated through the media, have drastic impacts on young women and their body images. Arielle Cutler ’11, through a Levitt grant, spent the summer evaluating the efficacy of media literacy programs as a remedy to this vicious cycle.  More ...

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