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  • Get to know a few members of the class of 2027 and the courses they loved, their favorite spots on and off campus, and what they are looking forward to doing over the next few years.

  • Six students won prizes in three categories at Hamilton’s annual public speaking competition held on March 1 in the Chapel. Presentations were either persuasive or informative in nature, and in one category, students addressed an assigned topic.

  • Students kept busy as they wrapped up the fall semester and over winter break. Read about what some of them did.

  • Dylan Tinashe Manguwa ’25 and Aditi Kumar ’27 have been selected to join 30 other undergraduates from across the country on the National Humanities Center’s 2023-24 Leadership Council. Nominated by faculty, the students will receive professional development and mentoring from leading scholars and other humanities professionals as well as research support, opportunities for networking, and access to NHC programming and expertise.

  • Spend just a few minutes with Norma Callejas ’26, and you’d be surprised to learn that a year ago this bubbly, enthusiastic sophomore was a timid, self-conscious first-year student who, before arriving at Hamilton, had never set foot outside her home state of Texas.

  • Photographers Alya MacDonald ’25, Hana Dolan ’25, and Oliver Zhao ’24 share a compelling look – through a student lens – at the city of Utica, located just 20 minutes from campus.

  • Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus and Catherine Schmitt ’24 are the co-authors of an article appearing in the fall 2023 issue of APA Studies on Teaching Philosophy, a publication of the American Philosophical Association.

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  • As long as she has been a student at Hamilton, Mary Hurner ’24 has been passionate about building community both on and off the Hill, and this summer was no exception. Hurner was recently recognized as an inaugural awardee of the Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, also known as the Voyager Scholarship. The scholarship granted her a $10,000 stipend and free Airbnb housing to pursue a self-designed work-travel experience.

  • Walk through the List Building on a Wednesday night, and you might hear a group of students discussing telephone poles, bollards, road signs, and the position of the sun in the sky. These students are not working on homework for an urban planning class. They are studying up on strategies for the game Geoguessr.

  • More than 125 Hamilton students conducted research with faculty this summer, and the results of that work were on display in poster sessions held during Fallcoming. Some student researchers in the sciences and the Levitt Public Affairs Center talked with student writer Dana Blatte ’26 about what they learned.

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