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Days-Massolo Center a Place to Talk

Named in honor of trustees Drew S. Days III ’63 and Arthur J. Massolo ’64, the Days-Massolo Center was formally dedicated during Volunteer Weekend and will help build dialogue and an awareness of diversity on campus. More …
Slide show: www.hamilton.edu/volunteerweekend


Students, Alums Receive Key Academic Awards

Hamilton students and alumni have been awarded some of the nation’s most prestigious academic awards this spring, including six National Science Foundation Fellowships, two Goldwater Scholarships, three Watson Fellowships and a Davis Peace Project Fellowship. More …


Professor of Biology Emeritus Putala Dies

A charter member of the Kirkland College faculty who retired in 1989, he remained a familiar figure on campus through his involvement with the Root Glen and the Arboretum. Professor Putala died April 1. More …


Rosenbaum ’14 an NCAA Swim Champion

Capping a remarkable first year, Maggie Rosenbaum ’14 won the national Division III championship in the 100-yard backstroke March 25 at the University of Tennessee. More …


Posse Celebrates 10 Years on Campus

Former Posse scholar Hector Acevedo ’08 gave the keynote address as members of the Posse Foundation and the Hamilton community gathered March 31 to mark the 10-year partnership. More …


Hill a Spike Lee Joint for a Night

“Film discovered me” when a friend lent Spike Lee a Super 8 camera in 1977, the legendary filmmaker told students during a Hill visit as a Voices of Color Series speaker. His career advice? Follow your dream. More …


Library's Couper Research Room Dedicated

The Burke Library held a formal re-opening of the Emerson Rare Book Room, honoring Patsy Couper W’44 and Dr.Walter Brumm, with a dedication of the Patricia Pogue Couper Research Room on April 14. More …


Panel Examines Catastrophe in Japan and Aftermath

The series “Disaster in Japan: Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Power Plant Crisis” commenced April 4 with a roundtable discussion featuring Hamilton professors and others on the current crisis in Japan. More …


Williams Book Receives Two National Awards

Torchbearers of of Democracy: African American Soldiers in the World War I Era by Associate Professor of History Chad L. Williams has been selected by the Organization of American Historians for its 2011 Liberty Legacy Foundation Award, and by the Society for Military History for its 2011 Distinguished Book Award for United States History. More …

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He’s Making Science Cool

Professor of Biology Dave Gapp’s annual Science Exploration Days bring elementary school students to the Hill for laboratory fun. See the video …
 

Slayen ’13 on Today Show

Galia Slayen ’13, who with Perry Ryan ’12 provided the impetus for Hamilton’s participation in the recent National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, was featured with her larger-than-life Barbie model on NBC’s Today Show April 18. See the video …


A Hill Hello,
Facebook Style

Alumni are using the social media site to welcome members of the Class of 2015. Says one: “There’s no community like the Hamilton community.” Visit the site …

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