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  • Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule participated on two panels at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association Jan. 5 to 8. He presented "'Making Treason Odious Again:' Perspectives from the Naming Commission and the Army's War on the Lost Cause” and "History versus Heritage: Military Historians Confront America's Contested Past."

  • When media outlets feature faculty and staff discoveries and accomplishments, it helps strengthen Hamilton’s reputation as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country. In 2022, nearly 4,800 articles, radio programs, and television shows featured Hamilton College.

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  • December’s news highlights include an essay co-authored by President David Wippman on whether college is too hard and a New York Times essay featuring the use of oral exams at Hamilton.

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  • In an essay titled “Is College Too Hard?” appearing in Inside Higher Ed, President David Wippman began by reviewing student stress versus workload.

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  • November’s news coverage highlights include a profile of alumnus and folk musician Jake Blount ’17, announcement of Hamilton’s new dean of admission, and an interview with the Wellin Museum’s director discussing its 10th anniversary.

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  • Highlights of October’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content.

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  • In “Florida’s educational gag order: More extensive and damaging than you realize,” an essay that appeared in The Hill, President David Wippman and his coauthor, Cornell Professor of American Studies Glenn Altschuler, argued that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ Stop Woke Act “whitewashes or erases American history.”

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  • In “History offers the best argument for continuing affirmative action,” an op-ed co-authored by President David Wippman and Cornell Professor Glenn Altschuler, the writers traced the evolution of affirmative action from the Reconstruction era to today’s Supreme Court hearing.

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  • National and regional news organizations regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature programs and activities on campus. Here are the third quarter’s news coverage highlights.

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  • Major national and regional news organizations regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature programs and activities on campus. Highlights of September’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office.

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