Quarterly-Media-CoverageMajor national and international media outlets and leading publications from the higher education industry turned to Hamilton College faculty, staff, and alumni for their expertise and thought leadership on a broad range of topics in 2023.

Groundbreaking scholarly research and innovative creative endeavors by Hamilton’s faculty and staff not only advance knowledge in their fields, but can often also help broader audiences further understand the world’s most pressing issues. When media outlets feature faculty discoveries and accomplishments, it helps strengthen Hamilton’s reputation as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the country.



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President Wippman

David Wippman

President Wippman co-wrote more than a dozen op-eds and letters to the editor that were published by major publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Hill. One of those essays detailed the history of civics education in the United States and the need for an increased focus on it. “We have a civics education crisis — and deep divisions on how to solve it”Washington Post, May 31

This amazing group of women became my surrogate mothers on campus.
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Michael Nelson ’16 In an essay published on Mother’s Day in the Boston Globe, Nelson wrote about the women at Hamilton, as well as his own mother, who supported him during college. Nelson lost his mom while he was studying at Hamilton. Michael Nelson ’16

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Hamilton News Highlights – Second Quarter

Articles include expert commentary on wars in Ukraine and Sudan, opinions on civic education, and an explanation of how the concept of race evolved in the Renaissance, among others.

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Hamilton in the News - First Quarter

Highlights include several essays co-authored by President Wippman, expert commentary on a variety of topics from the Federal Reserve to butterflies, and feature stories on counseling center, career center, and Levitt Center programs.

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