May 2013

Class & Charter Day Anything But ‘Inconsequential’

Student awards, teaching honors and sound advice from featured speaker Thomas J. Schwarz ’66, P’01 marked Hamilton’s 64th annual Class & Charter Day celebration. More…

Hillary ClintonClinton Coming to Clinton

Former Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton will visit Hamilton on Oct. 4. More ...

Hamilton CollegeFellowship Winners Explore Their Passions

Teaching English in Russia. Pursuing graduate study in musicology. Investigating the Slow Food movement in countries across the globe. These are just a few of the postgraduate pursuits of Hamilton seniors who’ve earned prestigious fellowships and scholarships. More…

Education reform panel

Education Reform Gets A ‘Smackdown’

Students in Professor Gary Wyckoff’s public policy course defended their ideas for improving the U.S. school system before a panel of alumni who work in education. More…

Tegeder exhibitionWall of Art Featured at Wellin

The abstract art of Dannielle Tegeder, including an 82-foot wall drawing created with the help of Hamilton students, is on display at the Wellin Museum of Art through July 28. More…

Lights, Camera, Workshop

The HamiltonExplore career-shadowing program lured Benjamin Eckstein ’01 back to the Hill to conduct a two-day filmmaking workshop. More…

Photo by: Leah Berryhill '13

Eyes on the World

Travel across the globe with Hamilton students who shared their images for this year’s Worldview Photo Contest. More ...

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Tune in to Commencement

Catch the live webcast of Hamilton’s Baccalaureate (May 25, 3 p.m.) and Commencement (May 26, 10:30 a.m.) ceremonies.


Pop Some Tags

Check out photos of Macklemore rocking the Field House at CAB’s year-end concert.

Several major media outlets recently featured Hamilton. Read about:

  • Cronkite’s War: His World War II Letters Home, a new book by Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History Maurice Isserman and Walter Cronkite IV ’11 on CBS This Morning
  • Dean of Admission Monica Inzer quoted in “On a College Waiting List? Sending Cookies Isn’t Going to Help” in The New York Times
  • A study on the risks vs. rewards of signing athletes with questionable pasts conducted by Professor of Economics Stephen Wu and Kendall Weir ’12 in “Draft Manti Te’o? Bears should take him or leave him” in the Chicago Sun-Times