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  • As we conclude 2020, please enjoy this short reflection from College Hill, with special thanks to Ben Leit ’23 for his arrangement of Carissima.

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  • Team Jillings, Uribe, Fowy was the overall winner of the 2019 HamTrek triathlon with a time of 58:06.48 on May 3. Swim team member Jake Fowy ’19 swam 21 lengths in the pool, Cross Country team member Anaidys 'Andy' Uribe ‘19 handled the running portion, and Director of Outdoor Leadership Andrew Jillings biked for the winners.

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  • 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.

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  • In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President David Wippman, Dean of Students Terri Martinez and leaders of the Days-Massolo Center hosted “We Are His Dream,” an event to make a conscious effort as a community to keep King’s vision alive.

  • It’s that time of the year for “top 10” and “best of” lists. Here’s a look at what visitors to the Hamilton news site were most interested in reading about during 2018.

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  • Please enjoy Hamilton’s version of Carpool Karaoke (jitney style) with four dozen of our students, faculty, and staff, including a celebrity guest.

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  • As the end of the semester rolled around, students were able to enjoy some festive holiday events and share the spirit of giving.

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  • A new economic impact study commissioned by the Albany-based Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (CICU) for its members found that Hamilton College’s estimated economic impact in the Mohawk Valley for 2016-17 totaled $322 million, nearly half of the total $683 million that all private non-profit colleges in the Mohawk Valley contributed.

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  • Members of the Hamilton community gathered on Dec. 4 for what is hoped will become an annual tradition – Lighting of Our Village – outside Sadove Student Center. The event focused on what light means to different people and different cultures.

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  • Assistant Professor of Geosciences Cat Beck was the top local female finisher in the 2018 Boilermaker Road Race on July 8.

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