• Retired U.S. Army brigadier general, professor emeritus of history at West Point, and now visiting professor of history at Hamilton, Ty Seidule grew up revering Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Now his views have radically changed.

  • Self-appointed “dean and docent” of the Hamilton cemetery, Fred Rogers says, "To pluck a blade of grass in the College cemetery is to pull a golden thread that leads deep into Hamilton history." Read about some of the cemetery’s inhabitants.

  • As the saying goes, “All good things come in threes.” This summer, Hamilton welcomed three new senior officers — Ngonidzashe Munemo, vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty; Christopher Card, vice president and dean of students; and Sean Bennett, the inaugural vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion.

  • President and CEO of the Brooklyn Public Library Linda Johnson ’80 discusses Books Unbanned, a new program designed to combat the growing nationwide effort to remove books from library shelves.

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