National and regional news organizations regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature programs and activities on campus.
March’s news highlights ranged from commentary on the politics of China to Federal Reserve decisions. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Vige Barrie if you cannot open a link or do not have a subscription.
- “State awards $19M in revitalization funding to Mohawk Valley communities” – CNY Business Journal, March 3; Hamilton was included in many news stories about this award.
- “Women Land Top Economic Policy Posts as Profession Faces Widening Reckoning” – ABCnews.com, MSN.com, Yahoo.com, March 5; Professor of Economics Ann Owen commented.
- “Language control in education is indeed a problem” – The Washington Post, March 12; President David Wippman co-wrote this letter to the editor.
- “Murders in Mexico; ESG Investments; Expanding the House” – WCNY’s “The Ivory Tower,” March 10; Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule served as a panelist.
- “Stripping Confederate ties, the U.S. Navy renames two vessels” – The New York Times, March 11; Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule commented.
- “Retired admiral to deliver Hamilton College Commencement” – Rome Daily Sentinel, March 1; WUTR (Utica ABC affiliate) also covered the news.
- “What’s in an American Name?” – The Washington Post, March 17; This podcast referenced Professor of Economics Stephen Wu’s research.
- “Hamilton College’s McNamara named women’s hockey Division III Coach of the Year” – Rome Daily Sentinel, March 17
- “Getting to ‘Yes’ on civics education” – The Hill, March 19; President David Wippman co-authored this op-ed.
- “China is uniting the Middle East – bad news for the US” – Newsweek, March 20; Professor of Government Alan Cafruny spoke on this issue. This article reappeared in publications around the world.
- “Hamilton College hosts Battle of the Books” – WKTV-TV (Utica NBC affiliate) , March 21; This event was hosted and managed by LITS staff members. Rome Daily Sentinel also covered the event.
- “Getty and American Council of Learned Societies Announce 2023 Postdoctoral Fellows in the History of Art” – Yahoo! Finance, March 22; Assistant Professor of Art History Arathi Menon is one of 10 recipients.
- “Why some central banks follow the Fed's lead” – Marketplace, March 23; Professor of Economics Ann Owen commented.
- “In normal times, central banks just call each other once in a while. Not right now.” – Marketplace Morning Report, March 24; Professor of Economics Ann Owen commented.
- “The Lifelong Benefits of English Class” – The New York Times, March 25; Pres. Wippman co-authored this letter to the editor.
- “Students come to take part in tornado recovery” – The Lake News (Kentucky), March 24; This article featured the work undertaken by Alternative Spring Break student volunteers.