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'Bicentennial Initiatives' Launched at 1812 Leadership Weekend

Learn about the College's new "Bicentennial Initiatives" and enjoy the video presentation from the 13th Annual 1812 Leadership Circle Weekend in New York City. More ...


New Center Bears Trustees’ Names

The College has opened a new center to support its increasingly diverse student population and has named it for trustees Drew S. Days III and Arthur J. Massolo. The Days-Massolo Center opened on the day honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and will be dedicated during Volunteer Weekend in April. More ...


Memorial Service Jan. 31 for Alex Paganelli ’12

The Hamilton community will gather to mourn the student and lacrosse player who died Dec. 19 following an auto accident near his Boston-area home. More …


Hamilton Attracts National News Attention in 2010

The College was often in the media eye in the last year — ranking 10th among U.S. colleges in August, according to one tracker — with the recent need-blind admission policy earning particular attention. More …


Local Media Coverage Strong as Well

From Opportunity Programs to student athletes to the Root Glen, Hamilton received plenty of regional attention from print and broadcast media. More …


Town-Gown Fund Marks Decade with $52,000 in Grants

The Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund, which supports educational, cultural and public safety organizations in the Town of Kirkland, celebrated its 10th anniversary by awarding a record $52,020 to eight local organizations. It has now distributed more than $318,000 since 2001. More …


Levitt Center Receives Rust-to-Green Grant

The Levitt Center has received a grant for $21,200 from the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties to study the refugee population in Utica and its potential to be a driver of economic development. More …


‘Math Bash’ Connects Utica Students to the Hill

Members of the Young People’s Project hosted the third semi-annual “Math Bash” on Dec. 11. The YPP student group tutors children at Utica’s Donovan Middle School in math literacy, modeling their efforts on the Algebra Project founded by Bob Moses ’56. More …


Alumni Speakers Bring Expertise to Campus

From finance to poetry to public service, recent alumni speakers at Hamilton comprise a Who’s Who of leaders in many fields, sharing their knowledge and experience with students and others on the Hill. More …


Times Features Hamilton’s Milton Marathon

The New York Times featured Hamilton’s marathon reading of John Milton’s Paradise Lost on Jan. 9. Orchestrated last spring by Elizabeth J. McCormack Professor of English Margaret Thickstun, the 12-hour Milton fest drew some 60 students, faculty and community members. More …


Women's Lacrosse Team Named Preseason No. 1

Hamilton is ranked No. 1 in the Lacrosse Magazine 2011 women's Division III preseason Top 20 poll, released Dec. 20. But the Continentals, who lost 7-6 to Salisbury University in the 2010 NCAA championship game, must face five ranked opponents this season: Gettysburg, SUNY Cortland, Middlebury, Williams and Union. More …

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Al Ham Birthdays Continue

From Manhattan and Denver to Paris and Shanghai, there are still plenty of opportunities to mark the birthday of the founding father and the College’s namesake. More  ...
 

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