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Mitko '16 is football program's first Academic All-American

Alex Mitko ’16 (Cranbury, N.J./Princeton HS) has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Division III Football Team. Mitko is the first Continental football player to ever earn academic all-America honors.  More ...

Psi U Career Weekend Supports Career Center Goals

Dozens of Psi Upsilon alumni returned to campus on Friday, Nov. 13, to spend that night and all day Saturday working with 30-40 current Hamilton undergraduate members to help prepare them in their pursuit of internships and full time jobs. Indicative of the five-year-old program’s success, 40 out of 44 undergraduate members had jobs or internships before commencement last year. Eight of this year's 11 seniors have already secured jobs after graduation.  More ...

Former TIME journalist Barry Seaman '67 speaks in the Red Pit.
Author, Former TIME Editor Barrett Seaman ’67 on Modern Journalism

Author and former TIME journalist Barrett Seaman ’67 returned to Hamilton on Nov. 9 to discuss the role of journalism in modern society and the tendency of people today to cluster with other like-minded individuals. With the rise of accessible technology, this clustering has the consequence of making moderate and unbiased news a less valuable commodity. Seaman was the third guest in the SpecSpeak  journalism series.  More ...

Hull is NESCAC men's cross country coach of the year

Hamilton College's Brett Hull (left, in picture) has been selected the 2015 NESCAC Men's Cross Country Coach of the Year based on his team's performance at the conference championship meet on Oct. 31.  More ...

Oral Communication Center’s Second “Hamilton Speaks” a Success

“Speech” was the word at the Oral Communication Center’s second “Hamilton Speaks: Improve Your Public Speaking in 6 Minutes or Less,” a lunch-hour event on Oct. 28 in the Tolles Pavilion.  More ...

Football holds on to beat host Williams!

The Hamilton College football team rallied three times, taking the lead for good in the fourth quarter to beat host Williams 20-17 Saturday in Williamstown, Mass.
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Associated Press Senior Vice President Jim Kennedy speaks at Hamilton as his daughters Liz Kennedy '05 and Meredith Kennedy '09 look on.
Kennedy Family Illustrates News Media Changes Over Last Decade

In “The News and Information Future: It’s Not All Pandas and Puppies!” one family showed just how much the news media has changed not only between two generations but in the past decade. The Oct. 29 lecture was the first Spectator’s three-part journalism series, “SpecSpeak.”  More ...

Neil deGrasse Tyson
American Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is Next Great Names Speaker

Neil deGrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium, will appear as the next guest and the first scientist in the Hamilton College Sacerdote Great Names Series on Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House.  He will give an interactive presentation which will followed by a question and answer period. The event will be free and open to the public.  More ...

No Sitting Still For HOC Members on Fall Break

Fall Break gave the leaders and members of the Hamilton Outing Club a spectacular opportunity to get out and enjoy many different beautiful wilderness areas and outdoor activities. The four-day vacation (Oct. 14-18) saw trips go as far as Virginia’s Shenandoah Mountains and Maine’s Casco Bay, taking advantage of all that the East Coast has to offer in the way of outdoors activities.  More ...

Hamilton 2015-16 Senior Fellow John Rufo.
Senior Fellow John Rufo Engages with Contemporary Poets

It was a twist for John Rufo ’16 to find himself giving an interview rather than conducting one. The Senior Fellow is spending the year interviewing contemporary political poets through the lenses of race, gender, sexuality and disability. With a focus on younger poets, he hopes to open up a space for them to talk about their practice. Rufo, a creative writing major, took his project as an opportunity to merge his concentration with race and gender studies, sociology and history.  More ...

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