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The Hamilton in France program group listens to a guide at the Palais.
Hamilton in France visits Le Palais des Papes

* Editor's note. This activity took place before the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris. All Hamilton in France Program  students are accounted for and safe.

Hamilton in France Program students recently visited the Palais des Papes in Avignon, France. The Palais des Papes was home to nine popes during the 14th century, and remains the largest Gothic palace in Europe. Students observed the impressive palace constructed out of limestone native to southern France.  More ...

Four Graduating Seniors to Teach in France in 2015-16

Graduating seniors Ryan Dorey, Victoria Lin, Sara Kleinman and Isabel Oskwarek were chosen by the French Ministry of Education to participate in the Teaching Assistants in France Program for 2015-16.  More ...

Students prepare Thanksgiving dinner in Beijing.
Hamilton Study Abroad Students Celebrate Thanksgiving

While many Hamilton students spent Thanksgiving in study abroad programs on other continents far from home, faculty and program directors did their best to bring a bit of the American holiday to the students.  More ...

Hamilton students in Normandy.
Hamilton Program in France Students Visit Normandy

Students in the Hamilton College Junior Year in France spent the weekend of March 23-24 in Normandy where they visited the World War II Memorial Museum in Caen, the American cemetery facing Omaha Beach, and the cliff top battle site of the Pointe du Hoc, a point of attack by the United States Rangers on June 6, 1944.  More ...

Hamilton students in France at the Pont du Gard, an ancient Roman aqueduct bridge that crosses the Gardon river.
Students in France Program Travel to Provence

Students on the Hamilton Junior Year in France program escaped the four inches of snow that fell on Paris during the weekend of January 19-20 to travel to Provence.  More ...

Students in Hamilton's Junior Year in France program visit Paris
HCJYF Students Visit Paris Passages

On Dec. 15, students from the Hamilton College Junior in France (HCJYF) program visited several covered passages, or arcades, in the heart of Paris.  More ...

Daniel O'Kelly
USA Today Publishes O'Kelly '14 Story on Study Abroad

Daniel O’Kelly’s article titled “4 study abroad hurdles” appeared on the USA Today College site on Aug. 6. O’Kelly ’14 is interning this summer with the Study Abroad Team at Go Overseas and plans to study abroad in Paris this fall. In his article, O’Kelly addressed the fears and concerns that sometimes stop students from considering studying in another country.  More ...

Sciences Po students Josette Bockelie (Bennington), Meriem Trabelsi (Grinnell), Hamilton students Kathy Joyce, Elaheh Nozari and Noah Ford and Prof. Martine Guyot-Bender.
Students in Junior Year in France Program Tour Eastern Region

On May 5-6, students in Hamilton’s Junior Year in France (JYF) program visited three cities in the east of France: Nancy, Metz and Strasbourg. The trip coincided with the second round of the French presidential elections which Socialist Francois Hollande won over UMP president-elect Nicolas Sarkozy.  More ...

President Joan Hinde Stewart and Philip Stewart with students at Reid Hall in Paris.
Stewarts Visit Hamilton Students in France Program
Hamilton President Joan Hinde Stewart and Philip Stewart visited the Hamilton College Junior Year in France Program in Paris, France, on a mild spring evening on March 18. They shared their memories of study abroad in France with Resident Director Cheryl Morgan and students currently studying with the Hamilton program. More ...
Hamilton students at the Pont du Gard.
Students in Junior Year in France Program Travel to Provence
Members of the Hamilton College Junior Year in France group traveled to Provence on Nov. 13-15. The first stop of the weekend trip was the Roman aqueduct, the Pont du Gard, built between 38 and 52 A.D. Guided by Hamilton Junior Year in France art professor Laurent Lecomte, the students also visited the amphitheater, stadium and baths in Arles, the picturesque town known as well as the setting for a number of Van Gogh’s paintings. More ...
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