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April 2016


deGrasse TysonTyson Stars in Great Names

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explored science (il)literacy during his Great Names lecture. More ...
 


integer diagramDivide and Conquer

Hamilton’s Mathletics team took first place in the annual Snow Bowl competition, edging out teams from Colgate University, Skidmore College and St. Lawrence University. More ...


Dennison-LeonardApart From/A Part Of

Galea Dennison-Leonard ’16 will examine monastic womens’ role in their communities through her Watson Fellowship project. More ...


WilliamsWhite House Calling

He thought it was a prank, but Arthur Williams ’17 really did get a call to discuss his Cuba research with President Obama’s senior speechwriter. More ...


BerryVision Soars at Pitch Competition

Nile Berry ’14 won the annual entrepreneurship event with Marvel Vision, a creative content studio that uses drone technology to produce aerial analytics. More ...


CGIUHamilton Takes Global Stage

Seven students participated in the 9th annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) at the University of California, Berkeley. More ...


Parents Connected DayAn Opportunity to Connect

More than 60 Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) students and their families gathered for a day filled with information sessions, networking and performances. More ...
 

Science CenterSpeaking of Science...

Three renowned scientists were among the 100+ speakers who have visited Hamilton in the last month. More ...
 
 

All Under One Roof

A new student-created app centralizes Hamilton information on dining, events, the academic calendar and more. More ...
 

HOCOuting Club Goes Coast to Coast

They kayaked, climbed and swam during spring break trips to Big Sur and the Chesapeake Bay. More ...
 
 

SmallenHigh-Tech Tribute

Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology Dave Smallen received the Alumni Association’s highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award, during Volunteer Weekend.

An April 5 NPR Hidden Brain podcast referenced research on Olympic swimmers conducted by Sociologist Daniel Chambliss.

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