• Princeton Theological Seminary gains a Hamilton alumna as Jackie Rodriguez begins her pursuit of her Master of Divinity degree in the fall. At Hamilton she minored in education studies and majored in government.

  • “If you wait for things to happen to you, they aren’t going to happen. You have to know what you want, and go for it, and take it because it’s yours,” said David Dacres ’18 on his successful Hamilton career.

  • For Samantha Donohue ’18, communication is key to success at her new position as a project manager with Epic, a health software company. Much of Donohue’s responsibilities will include traveling to hospitals to assist medical professionals in better understanding and using Epic’s software.

  • Sociology major Vincent Tran ’18 is heading into the financial industry after graduation. He acknowledges his journey to the financial sector as a bit surprising.

  • The serendipitous discovery of a passion for computer science has opened many doors for Eseosa Asiruwa ’18, who will head to Adobe to become a software engineer in tools after graduation. “I’ll be helping to build the software that releases new software and updates to the digital imaging operations Adobe has. Photoshop and Illustrator, work like that,” she explained.

  • As the clock struck 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 23, a group of student theatre artists gathered to begin Untitled @ Large’s annual 24-Hour Theatre Festival. The 16 participants, who had registered in their preferred role -- director, playwright, or actor -- in advance, arrived on Friday evening to be sorted into groups and be presented with the year’s randomly selected theme. The weekend’s festival added the new twist of requiring each playwright to include a specific line in their original dialogues.

  • The students of “Theatre 303: Directing” recently ended the semester putting the finishing touches on their short plays for the annual Director’s Showcase.

  • Hogwarts@Hamilton, a time honored campus tradition, is back in full force just in time for Halloween. The annual production involves over 60 students and Sarah Zeiberg '19 sat down with two members of the executive board to talk about the process that leads up to the original hour-long comedy show every year.

  • Young artists who may not have time for a formal commitment to one department find outlets for their creative energy in organizations like Untitled@Large. Untitled is Hamilton’s premiere student theatre company.

  • Current political discourse is frequently marked by a sense of impending disunion and discontent rivaled only by days of civil unrest long past. In light of such sentiments, this year’s Constitution Day was commemorated with a lecture titled “Democratic Faith: Thomas Jefferson, the People, and Early Black Politics.” Brown University Associate Professor of Political Science Melvin Rogers delivered remarks.

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