• Kyra Richardson ’21, a digital media intern in LITS and a student writer for the Communications office, describes her new role on LITS’ virtual Student Support Center.

  • As president of Second Helpings Atlanta, Sheri Silverman Labovitz K’73 is helping to reduce both hunger and food waste.

  • In 2018 HamVotes, a nonpartisan team of both administrators and student ambassadors, ramped up its presence on campus, organizing events to promote voter registration and increase voter turnout.

  • You might find yourself running into KJ at 8:59 this Thursday morning, almost late for your 9 a.m. economics class. Alternatively, you might find yourself studying until the wee hours of the morning, preparing for your first exam of the semester. Whatever brings you to KJ between today and Friday, consider taking an informative break by observing the Contemporary Anti-Semitism Exhibit, housed in the KJ Atrium until the end of the week. To introduce the week-long exhibit, Professor of History Shoshana Keller gave a talk on anti-Semitism in the contemporary world, an informative complement to an already educational collection of information.

  • Economics and mathematics double major Fiker Haile ’19 will join Deutsche Bank in New York City after graduation. After interning there last summer, she will now shift to a full-time position as an investment banking analyst with Deutsche.

  • The respiratory disease center at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston seems to be a meeting point for Hamilton alumni, as Deb Gakpo ’19 is the third alumna to take a job there.

  • Each semester, students in the Japanese department anticipate the event of the season: the bi-annual Red Pit party. Students and faculty members gather to celebrate their achievements, indulge in a delicious meal, and share their collaborative, creative projects.

  • When Kory Fogarty ’19 began planning Relay for Remission with his friends back in the fall of 2018, he knew that the event’s one goal was to bring the Hamilton community together behind a cause important to him – a cure for cancer.

  • Some people spend their leisure time watching Netflix. Others go for a run in the Glen. Daniella ‘Danie’ Edwards ’21, however, spends her leisure time skiing competitively. The countless hours she has spent training and practicing throughout high school and college landed her a spot at the United States Collegiate Ski & Snowboard Association Nationals in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The competition takes place from March 11 to 16. Edwards qualified as an individual as part of the Alpine National Team for the region after Hamilton’s team did not qualify. Edwards cannot wait to represent Hamilton during the prestigious competition.

  • Alumna author Annie Hartnett ’08 returned to Hamilton for a reading of her novel Rabbit Cake on March 6. After her reading she sat down to talk about how Hamilton helped her find her voice as a writer.

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