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Hamilton in the News - Jan.

"Top Freelancing tip: Know Yourself, Be Yourself, Play to Your Strengths" – Medium, Jan. 3
Life Trustee and former Board of Trustees Chair A.G. Lafley’s essay centered around the College’s motto.

‘"A wounded healer’: Ralph Northam wraps up term in office" – The Washington Post, Jan. 9
The Virginia governor explained how Chamberlain Fellow Ty Seidule and his book, Robert E. Lee and Me, helped him understand the origin of his own views.

"Beyond voting rights, Georgia wrestles with Southern identity" – Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 10
Ty Seidule described parts of Georgia up until the 1970s as a “racist police state.”

"'Record speed and focus': Biden’s judicial picks diversify bench"Christian Science Monitor, Jan. 19
Associate Professor of Government Gbemende Johnson spoke about diversity in the judiciary.

"On Exposing Robert E. Lee, Lost Cause Myths, White Supremacy, and Treason" – History News Network, Jan. 21
Ty Seidule was interviewed on these topics.

"President Biden is replacing federal judges at a record-breaking pace" – NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday, Jan. 22
Gbemende Johnson spoke about the president’s judicial picks.

"Climate Migration: Facing the Inevitable" – Inside Higher Ed/Academic Minute, Jan. 24
Professor of Government Peter Cannavo spoke about the effects of climate change on communities.

"The résumé line Biden loves in judges" – Politico, Jan. 28
Gbemende Johnson spoke about the president’s judicial picks.


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