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  • It's been quite the season for the Buff and Blue! Check out some of the top images photographer Josh McKee captured of all the Continentals teams this winter.

  • Four students were awarded prizes in three categories in the annual Public Speaking Competition held on March 4. Presentations were either persuasive or informative in nature, and in one category, students addressed an assigned topic.

  • The Hamilton College Continentals are halfway to their goal of four wins in the NCAA Division III Women's Hockey Championship and a national title. Hamilton's Evie Sheridan '26 made 31 saves and shut out Adrian College 2-0 in a quarterfinal at Adrian's Arrington Ice Arena on Saturday afternoon.

  • Hamilton College's Nancy Loh '23 posted a goal and an assist and the Continentals' dream season continued with a 3-1 win against the Nazareth College Golden Flyers in a 2023 NCAA Division III Women's Hockey Championship first round game at Hamilton's raucous Russell Sage Rink on Wednesday night.

  • The Hamilton College Continentals will host Nazareth College in the first round of the 2023 NCAA Division III Women's Hockey Championship at Russell Sage Rink on Wednesday, March 8 at 7 p.m.

  • Students at Hamilton have many opportunities to form connections in classes, through sports teams and extracurricular activities, and especially in the residence halls. As part of their living/learning experience, some students choose to join special interest communities, where certain residence hall floors are centered around themes.

  • Members of Hamilton’s Class of 2025 flooded Tolles Pavilion on Feb. 9 to celebrate officially declaring their concentrations. Sophomores took pictures in a photo booth, enjoyed a catered dinner, and received Class of 2025 hoodies designed by Eniman Imoke ’26 to commemorate the event. As part of the College’s open curriculum, students are encouraged to spend their first three semesters filling their schedules with a variety of classes before declaring a major or concentration. This freedom gives students the opportunity to discover new interests, delve into existing interests, or simply have fun with a diverse course load.

  • Bristol Swimming Pool recently underwent a $12.8 million renovation that included a total roof replacement as well as several major pool enhancements and equipment upgrades that make the facility more sustainable and accessible while providing a better experience for student-athletes, fans, and patrons.

  • Eliza Pendergast ’24 is one of the student interns behind Hamilton’s recently launched GIPHY channel. She shared what it’s been like to be part of the team that brought these animations to Instagram Stories everywhere.

  • From helping out with a family business to attending Arcadia University in London, what Jans choose to do with those few months before officially matriculating is entirely up to them.


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