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Representatives of fictional West Europa's political parties debate.
Students Participate in Semester-Long Campaign Simulation: Elections in West Europa
Questions flew and tensions flared Wednesday evening in the Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium as the students of Government 112 participated in the culmination of a semester of arduous effort. Under the guidance of Associate Professor of Government Sharon Rivera, students enrolled in the Comparative Politics courses realized the fruits of their labors as the “Simulated Election Campaign in the Country of West Europa” unfolded. The simulation’s debate was the finale of the semester-long project. More ...
Kevin Rowe '10 was among recipients of a Class of 1979 Travel Award.
Class of '79 Student Travel Award Winners Announced
Six Hamilton College students have been selected as recipients of the Class of 1979 Student Travel Award. The award, established by the alumni of Hamilton's Class of 1979, offers financial assistance to certain outstanding Hamilton students who wish to pursue extensive research projects in different parts of the world. More ...
Margeaux Annalett '10
Margeaux Annalett '10 Co-Authors Case Study in Psychiatric Annals
Margeaux Annalett '10 co-authored an article that was published in the November edition of Psychiatric Annals. Annalett, a psychology major at Hamilton, externed at Buffalo Psychiatric Center's Research Department during the summer. While there she co-authored a case challenge article that concerned a 58-year-old woman who had attempted suicide several times. Hamilton College is noted in the publication as Annalett’s affiliated institution. 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 ...
Hamilton's participants in the University of Pennsylvania's Model UN.
Students Represent Georgia and Kyrgyzstan in Model UN
Eleven Hamilton students participated in the University of Pennsylvania Model United Nations Conference (UPMUNC) Nov. 12 - 15 in Philadelphia. The conference drew approximately 1,400 delegates. The keynote speaker at the opening ceremony was Scott Harrison, founder of the non-profit organization Charity: Water, which aims to provide safe, clean drinking water to those in less-developed nations. More ...
Washington Program students at Deep Throat's meeting space.
Washington Program Students Visit Watergate Landmark
After a briefing at the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Justice in Rosslyn, Va., on Nov. 18, students in the Program in Washington D.C. traveled to the bowels of 1401 Wilson Ave. to visit the space 32D, the spot where “Deep Throat,” later identified as Mark Felt, met with Bob Woodward during the Washington Post’s investigation of the Watergate scandal. More ...
HAVOC music tutors Richard Maass '12 and Sara Kayeum '12.
Hamilton Students Tutor Utica Children in Music and Laughter
Passing by Utica’s Salvation Army on a Thursday evening, one might assume a carnival is taking place behind its doors. Crashing cymbals, the occasional crack of a snare drum and muddled piano melodies can be heard from the Salvation Army’s chapel, their sounds pouring out into the street. Nearly overpowering this raucous symphony, the playful laughter and boisterous voices of the performance’s participants bring life to the musical melee taking place within. More ...
Students registering to vote in the 2008 presidential election
Hamilton Recognized in 2008 Campus Votes Challenge
Hamilton was recognized with an honorable mention citation in the 2008 Campus Votes Challenge, a program that sought to encourage voting at colleges and universities nationwide during the 2008 presidential election. The College was among more than 40 undergraduate colleges and universities across the nation that participated in the challenge. More ...
Callie Krumholz '10 poses as a leg injury victim as SOLO instructor Ken Heck demonstrates how to treat the injury.
Tending to Injuries in the Wilderness
Over the past month more than 40 Hamilton students participated in a Wilderness First Aid Certification course offered through the Hamilton Outing Club (HOC) with the outdoor leadership and safety school SOLO, Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities. HOC offered students the opportunity to take the class, a two-day, 16-hour course, over two weekends in October in the Glen House. More ...
Rhymelab drew a full house to Cafe Opus.
Life, Love and Computer Fonts Launch First Rhymelab of the Year
Buoyant rhythms permeate the air. Colorful verses and inventive stanzas create an atmosphere of open and free expression. Aspiring free-style artists provide impressive and original rhymes, and student poets fill the room with both laughter and empathy with their dissertations. It’s Tuesday night, and the first Rhymelab of the year is taking place in Opus One. Students flood the lounge to read their poems, sing original songs and support friends performing. Others stop by just for a brief respite from the grind of pre-break schoolwork.  More ...
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