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Levitt CenterLevitt Center Announces Leadership Institute

The Levitt Leadership Institute will offer two weeks of practical training in management and organizational skills for rising sophomores and juniors. The institute is part of the Levitt Leadership Initiative, designed to further integrate leadership and public service into the Hamilton experience. More …


Hamilton Remembers 9/11

The campus community observed the 10th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks with a silent march and candlelight vigil as well as the annual planting of nearly 3,000 small memorial flags along Martin’s Way. Story and slide show …


Days-Massolo Director Sets Agenda

Amit Taneja, the new director of Hamilton’s Days-Massolo Center, plans to have the doors open: “My vision for this center,” he says, “is that it be a place in which we create and maintain honest dialogues.” More …


Hill History Now Available

Years of research, writing and design have culminated in the publishing of On the Hill: A Bicentennial History of Hamilton College by Maurice Isserman, the Publius Virgilius Rogers Professor of American History. The 400-page hardcover book tells the College’s story through text and hundreds of photographs, illustrations, maps and other images. More …


Careers? Sophs Get a Jump

The Career Center inaugurates its Sophomore JumpStart! Program as Melissa Kong ’08 tells second-year students to combine passion with planning as they begin to develop career skills and goals. More …


Endowed Chairs for Professors Gapp, Vaughan

Two of the College’s outstanding teacher-scholars have been appointed to endowed chairs: Professor of Biology David Gapp to the Silas D. Childs Chair, and Professor of Psychology Jonathan Vaughan to the James L. Ferguson Chair. More …


Martin Cain ’13 Attends Bread Loaf

The rising junior was able to do something this summer that many professional writers can only dream about: He was selected to attend the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference — called the “most prestigious writing conference in the country” by The New Yorker — and was the youngest poet in attendance. More …

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Our Two Centuries' Worth

The College officially opens its Bicentennial celebration with a combined Fallcoming and Family Weekend Sept. 22-25, featuring an unprecedented slate of educational, historical and social activities.


More Sports Online

Hamilton will offer a live video stream of many varsity athletic events this year; the Athletics Department is also providing news and scores via Facebook and Twitter.


New Mobile App Available

When viewing www.hamilton.edu from a mobile device, users will find a redesigned homepage with fast, mobile-friendly access to information, including the important campus numbers, events and sports scores. More …



Hamilton Serves

Nearly 600 students devoted their time to 61 local nonprofit agencies Aug. 24 to mark the fourth year of the community service program. See the video …

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