• Hamilton is among several New York State colleges that administer the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program, known on the Hill as simply “the Opportunity Program” or just “OP.” The Opportunity Program, designed to support students whose transition from high school to college may be made more difficult by their educational, socioeconomic, or personal circumstances, helps 30 to 40 new students each year acclimate to the College’s academic standards and social life.

  • Discovering the intersections between two disciplines miles apart is no easy path to take — but it is a rewarding one. Christian Hernández Barragán ’24, a government and theatre major, shares how he meshed his two favorite departments in his senior theses and in off-campus adventures in London and Washington, D.C.

  • Hamilton’s Theatre Department is presenting Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches, as its spring mainstage production. Communications Office student writer and Angels understudy Alejandro Sosa Hernandez ’26 asked the cast, ‘What did you learn about theatre or yourself from participating in this production?’

  • Encouraging one another is what Hamilton students do every day. There’s an unspoken yet unwavering commitment among them to lift each other up.

  • During her time on College Hill, Merrill Storch ’23 has developed a passion for sustainability through her studies in physics and interest in mechanical engineering. Now, she’s taking her talents to Stanford as a graduate student, where she’ll study how mechanical engineering can be used to address climate change.

  • Communications Office student writer Alejandro Sosa Hernández ’26 recently spoke with Hamilton’s new Associate Vice President and Dean of Admission John McLaughlin, who came to Hamilton after eight years as director of admission at the University of Pennsylvania. The two discussed McLaughlin’s role overseeing all aspects of new student recruitment and selection. Here are some excerpts.

  • On the first floor of the Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts, Assistant Professor of Digital Arts Anna Huff teaches the class of her dreams.

  • “What do you think happens when we die?” I posed that question to a fellow first-year student during auditions for Yodapez, Hamilton’s most beloved — and only — improv group. I do not remember the response on account of the raucous laughter that erupted.

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