Hamilton in the News - March
Major 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. Highlights of last month’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Director of Media Relations Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and do not have a subscription.
Political Rewind: Author Ty Seidule On Reckoning With U.S. History, Myth Of “The Lost Cause” – Georgia Public Broadcasting, March 1
14 Tips for an Effective College Visit – U.S. News & World Report, March 2
Assistant Dean of Admission Alexa Ray talked about Hamilton’s Tour from your Sofa
The Marshall Project Wins Nine Awards in the Society for News Design’s Best of Digital Design Competition – The Marshall Project, March 2
The top winner, Welcome to the Zo, was based on the American Prison Writing Archive, recognized in this article.
Dolly Parton remixes ‘Jolene’ and gets COVID vaccine shot that she helped fund – KCRW, March 3
Professor of Music Lydia Hamessley talked about her book focused on Parton, the songwriter, on Los Angeles public radio.
The Stranded – The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 8
This article profiled sophomore Khuslen “T” Tulga.
Stressed? Depressed? You are not alone – Physics Today, March 2021
Assistant Professor of Physics Viva Horowitz responded.
A woman couldn’t breathe in Miami. Now she wants justice for George Floyd. – The Washington Post, March 12
Dewayne Martin ’24 spoke about a racially charged event in his childhood.
The story of India’s iconic freedom fabric – BBC, March 15
This article referenced Professor of History Lisa Trivedi’s book Clothing Gandhi’s Nation: Homespun and Modern India.
Efforts to modernise economics teaching are gathering steam – The Economist, March 18
This article referenced a study by economics professors Ann Owen and Paul Hagstrom and quoted Carina Krussell ’22.
Weaned on Hollywood endings, Americans now face a messy one – Associated Press, March 25
Published in dozens of newspapers across the country, this article included quotes from Visiting Assistant Professor Elaine Pavarati Harrigan.
Many expect waiting lists to be worse than ever this year – Inside Higher Ed, March 29
This article highlighted the College’s guide to the waiting list and included quotes from Vice President of Enrollment Management Monica Inzer.