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Members of Hamilton's Longboat Regatta teams at Long Lake.
Hamilton Teams Compete in First Long Boat Regatta
Twelve Hamilton students competed in the AWA Long Lake Long Boat Regatta on Saturday, Sept. 26. The students raced four-person canoes 10 miles, against Paul Smith College and Colgate University, in the first New York State College Canoe Championship. Andrew Jillings, Hamilton director of outdoor leadership, and Brian McDonnell, regatta organizer, added the college division of the race this year.
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Program in Washington students in front of the USS Maine Memorial.
DC Program Students Visit Arlington
Students in the Program in Washington traveled to Arlington National Cemetery on Sept. 23. The group visited the graves of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Edward M. Kennedy, witnessed the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns, and toured Arlington House, the home of Robert E. Lee that was built by his father-in-law George Washington Parke Custis, the stepson of George Washington. More ...
Brendan Carroll, Sarah Goodell, Hathaway Burden, Kenya Lee
2009 HANSA Fellows Begin Agency Work
The second class of the Hamilton Alliance for Nonprofit Strategic Advancement (HANSA) has been selected and the four student program fellows have begun work with their agencies. The HANSA program, launched in 2008, partners with non-profit agencies in the Mohawk Valley on specific projects and staffs the agencies with student fellows interested in pursuing non-profit leadership roles. More ...
Program in Washington students follow the path of a home run at a Nationals' game.
See ya!
Students in the Program in Washington took time out to enjoy an evening of the national pastime on September 22. The Nationals lost a squeaker to the Los Angeles Dodgers, 14-2, but a good time was had by all. Here the group watches Washington’s Adam Dunn crush his 38th homerun, into the Nationals bullpen. More ...
Students in the Program in Washington with Marc Elias '90.
Washington Program Students Discuss Election Topics With Marc Elias '90
Students in the Program in Washington D.C. met last week with Marc Elias '90, partner in Perkins Coie LLP. Elias, a nationally recognized expert in election and campaign finance law, served as general counsel for the Kerry for President Campaign in 2004 and represented Al Franken in the recount of the Minnesota Senate election. More ...
Sujitha Amalanayagam, Caitlyn Williams, Andrew Branting, Keith Willner (standing) and Kathy Lee (kneeling) with Ft. Drum EMT class.
Hamilton EMTs Join Forces With Fort Drum Soldiers in Training Class
The war in Iraq became more personal for some members of the Hamilton community when they spent 12 days teaching an emergency medical technician (EMT) course to 25 soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum. The soldiers, who are being deployed to Iraq in October and were anxious to be as prepared as possible to be of assistance, requested the training. The EMT course was organized by Faxton-St. Luke's EMS Program Agency and Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps (COCVAC). More ...
Rebecca Behrens '11
Internship at UCLA Neurological Institute Inspires Rebecca Behrens ’11
Rebecca Behrens ’11 had an internship this summer that could lead to improved lives for people whose bodies are virtually immobile. She spent her summer at UCLA’s Reed Neurological Institute, which works to advance knowledge of spinal cord regeneration. Spinal injuries are serious, and many of the patients staying at the Institute are paralyzed because of a single horrific accident. “Talking with patients who would do anything just to be able to walk again makes me feel like I'm doing something really significant,” Behrens said. More ...
Students in the New York City Program visit Federal Hall.
New York City Program Group Tours Wall Street

Hamilton students in the New York City Program started off their semester with a tour of Wall Street. Alan Cafruny, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, is director of this semester’s program, International Political Economy.  More ...

Researchers at the Rome Sand Plain.
Students and Faculty Join Forces for Summer Research
More than 100 Hamilton students spent a portion of their summer conducting research with faculty. In the labs and the libraries, in fields and on the water, students and faculty explored such topics as bacterial diversity in nearby Green Lake, contemporary Indian cinema and regulations in the U.S. airline industry. Read more about their projects. More ...
Sam Cho '10 and Adam Van Wynsberghe
New Chemistry Prof. and Hamilton Junior Collaborate in UCSD Lab
Newly hired Assistant Professor of Chemistry Adam Van Wynsberghe became acquainted with Hamilton College before he even arrived. This summer, he and Hamilton student Sam Cho ’10 participated in biophysical chemistry research at the University of California at San Diego (UCSD), where Van Wynsberghe was an NIH Kirschstein post-doctoral fellow. He says the experience was “good for both parties” in that while Cho familiarized himself with the sort of research that could consume his career after Hamilton, Van Wynsberghe became acclimated to the Hamilton community through Cho. 
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