05BF5C3D-FE25-CDD2-D0B43F36A4F6028E
15F328E9-0287-A0D8-FDE517CB347CB61F
Public Events
Public Events Calendar >>

DIRECTIONS AND COLLEGE MAP

Media Relations
315-859-4680

Student News  RSS Feed

661 to 665 out of 665

Stefanie Linnan '11
Stefanie Linnan ’11 Scouts Music Talent in Internship
Stefanie Linnan’s ’11 job this summer is to pull out her headphones and listen to music. For one of her two internships, she is responsible for tracking unsigned artists on MySpace and Purevolume. Each day she sends her manager information on five artists she likes and he gives her feedback. More ...
Emina Memisevic '12, Kristen Pallen '12, Lisa Olszewski '11 and Melissa Nezamzadeh '11
Ideas for Clathrate Take Shape in Student Research
Clathrate hydrates are like cages. They are sculptures of ice-like water-based solids that can trap very small molecules inside of them. Studying their behavior can help decide what uses they might have and what kind of industries could benefit from their reactions. More ...
Jennifer Strater '10
Jennifer Strater '10 Is Tech Intern at Community Medical Center
"The field of health care is constantly changing, as are the volunteers," says Jennifer Strater '10. Part of her job as an intern this summer is policing these changes and making sure that employees at the Kershaw County Community Medical Center are adapting to technological advancements. Strater is a computer science major with an undying interest in health care, so the opportunity, which placed her in the midst of modern computer technology, is an ideal blend of the two fields. More ...
Blankets and bedding are just some of the many items collected for Cram & Scram.
Second Ham Cram & Scram Collects Tons
After last year's successful launch of Ham's Cram & Scram, the recycling effort is back and it appears that it will surpass last year's collection. The purpose of Cram & Scram is to collect recyclable/reusable items from residence halls – everything from furniture and appliances to clothing, books and unopened food items. Rather than throwing the items away and sending them to the county landfill, they are collected and sorted for reuse. More ...
Katerina Adair, Katherine Anderson and Kenley Stark with Josh Simpson.
Students Visit Josh Simpson '72 Studio to Prepare for Emerson Exhibit
Hamilton students Katerina Adair '10, Katie Anderson '11, and Kenley Stark '11 visited glass artist Josh Simpson '72 at his studio in Shelburne Falls, Ma., this week. The students are working with Susanna White, the Emerson Gallery's associate director and curator, to organize an exhibition of Simpson's work. More ...
<<First   <Back   58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67
Cupola