• Colorful artwork, fresh food, and a lively conversation with a renowned champion for same-sex marriage were among the highlights of Hamilton’s first Pride Month celebration sponsored by the Days-Massolo Center (DMC).

  • For members of one student organization, seven words continue to hold true over several generations. “Remember, you and I make La Vanguardia.”

  • Alex Medina ’22, a creative writing and Hispanic studies major, shares his story of combining full-time remote studies with work at a bilingual newspaper in his hometown of Los Angeles.

  • During Hamilton’s winter break, students had the opportunity to take part in the Career Center’s “Day in the Life” shadowing program to learn more about career areas and make professional connections. Seventy-nine alumni and parents hosted 69 students for a day at their place of work. Alex Medina ’22 shadowed Hamilton parent Eric Andrews at Oracle headquarters in Silicon Valley and tells about his experience here.

  • Christine Froehlich, a garden writer and horticulture expert, will present a lecture titled “Gardening With What You Have” on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 10 a.m., in the Kennedy Auditorium.

  • Since the day she arrived on campus, Anyi Rescalvo ’22 knew she wanted to give back to marginalized communities during her time at Hamilton. A daughter of immigrant parents, Rescalvo says she found the perfect way to do this — by teaching English to immigrants and refugees.

  • Landing in the right job after college can often feel as stress-inducing as preparing to take a director’s cue: ready, set, action. Luckily for students at Hamilton, opportunities to explore just about any profession are available through the Career Center, including the field of film production.

  • John Forti, an ethnobotanist and garden historian, will host a lecture titled “Edible Landscapes - For Health, Habitat, Families, and the Future” on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 10 a.m., in the Kennedy Auditorium.

  • Seventy-five years ago, the U.S. Army's 10th Mountain Division led the Allied advance through the Alps, ultimately paving the way to the Allies' victory. The bravery, struggles, and accomplishments of these soldiers are documented in "The Winter Army: The 10th Mountain Division in World War II" by Professor of History Maurice Isserman.

  • Both Daniel (Danny) Garcia ’84 and Larry Arias ’84 remember what things were like when they were some of the few Latinos at Hamilton. Both from the Bronx, their paths would cross at the college and both would lay the seeds for what would become the organization La Vanguardia (LV).

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