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Journals

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Journal Archives

For six years, from 2007 to 2013, student journalists chronicled the broad and diverse offerings of life on the Hamilton campus. Here's an archive of their reflections. Enjoy ...

Tara Apo-Priest ’11, Maui, Hawaii
Mathematics

Anna Bastidas '13Anna Bastidas ’13, Palo Alto, Calif.
Environmental Studies

Deborah Barany ’11, Falcon Heights, Minn.
Mathematics and Neuroscience

Amanda Besinger ’06, Marengo, Ill.
Philosophy and Theatre

Kaitlin Britt ’09, Mount Pleasant, S.C.
Chinese and Spanish

Sarah “Dewi” Caswell ’14, Pennington, N.J.
creative writing / theatre

Thomas Coppola ’10, Atlanta, Ga.
Biology and Economics

Cooper Creagan '13Cooper Creagan ’13, Geneseo, N.Y.
English

Alexandria Dotson ’11, Pasadena, Calif.
Hispanic Studies

Sarah Downey ’07, West Hartford, Conn.
Psychology

Allison Eck ’11, Clarence, N.Y.
Comparative Literature and Physics

Ellen Eseterhay ’14, Prospect, Ky.
Chinese

Sara Feuerstein ’07, Rochester, N.Y.
Government

Ali Fisher ’08, Medina, Wash.
English

Maeve Gately '12Maeve Gately ’12, Baltimore, Md.
Art History and Comparative Literature

Casey Gibson ’09, Madison, Wis.
Economics and Music

Isaac Handley-Miner ’14, Middle Grove, N.Y.
Economics

Geoffrey Hicks ’09, Dorchester, Mass.
English Literature

Gregory Hyman ’13, Maplewood, N.J.
public policy / Hispanic studies

Asad Javed ’15, Gujranwala, Pakistan
Theatre

Ryan Karerat '12Ryan Karerat ’12, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
World Politics

Nicolas Keller Sarmiento '13Nicolas Keller Sarmiento ’13, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Interdisciplinary Studies

Greg Leiman ’07, Los Angeles, Calif.
Comparative Literature

Nathaniel Livingston ’14, The Woodlands, Texas
Geoarchaeology

Anna MacDonald ’15, Austin, Texas
English

Luke Maher ’11, Boise, Idaho
Mathematics and Women's Studies

Josh Meah ’10, Clark, N.J.
World Politics

Jimmy Nguyen ’14, Medford, Mass.
World Politics and Anthropology

Kate Northway ’11, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Communication and Women’s Studies

Daniel O’Kelly ’14, Berkeley, Calif.
Economics and World Politics

Victoria O'Neill ’09, Bronx, N.Y.
Biology

Sade Oyalowo ’14, Bowie, Md.
English

C. Adam Pfander ’16, Newfane, Vt.
Government and Economics

Amanda Pooler ’08, Slidell, La.
English

Rachel Richardson ’09, Tulsa, Okla.
Creative Writing and Philosophy

Amanda Schoen ’09, Chappaqua, N.Y.
Psychology

Leighton Smith ’09, Sheffield, Mass.
Economics

Troy Smith ’07, Manhattan, N.Y.
Mathematics

Bonnie Wertheim ’14, Millburn, N.J.
English, psychology

Andrew Whalen ’08, Blacklick, Ohio
English

Emily Winters ’14, Fort Washington, Pa.
Biology

 Dylan Wulderk '13Dylan Wulderk ’13, Hammonton N.J.
Government / American Studies

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