October 2017

Monthly Admission Email Message

The following message was sent in October 2017. If you’d like to learn more about Hamilton please share your contact information.

Dear Student, 

As October comes to an end, we know that important deadlines approach. Shortly, you will finalize your decisions on where you see yourself this time next year. I know that you have great options before you and hope that you will strongly consider Hamilton as a place where you can establish roots.

There is still time to make that final visit to campus or connect with a Hamilton representative in your area.

While you attempt to envision yourself at Hamilton, I thought sharing some of the unique discussions available recently to Hamilton students would be of interest. As well as, sharing a look at how alumni reflect on our study what you love promise.

Sincerely yours,

T. Peaches Valdes
Dean of Admission

Common Ground

Seeking Common Ground

On October 18, in Hamilton’s first “Common Ground” event, students and members of the Hamilton community listened as political strategists Karl Rove and David Axelrod modeled civil discourse while engaging in a discussion reflecting both sides of relevant political issues.

Lacks family bioethics class

Bioethics Behind an Immortal Life

Family members of Henrietta Lacks met with Professor Natalie Nannas’ Bioethics class at the end of September for a discussion about the family’s reaction to the revelation of the medically significant HeLa cells. They also presented a lecture and discussion in the Chapel.

Study What You Love. Recent alumni share what Hamilton’s open curriculum meant to their academic experience and how it helped shape their career search.
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