Students headed downtown last weekend were met with a big yellow school bus instead of the usual Birnie Bus at the Sadove Jitney stop. After weeks of disorderly and destructive behavior during the Jitney late-night service, the bus company suggested the switch, citing large numbers of increasingly combative students.
Last week, Hamilton students and community members had the opportunity to hear Rutgers Professor of Political Science Milton Heumann present a lecture titled “Policing, Racial Profiling, and the New York Police Department’s Use of Stop and Frisk.”
Over 50 students, faculty and staff gathered in the Dwight Lounge on Nov. 8 to continue the campus-wide dialogue around race.
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This semester, Student Assembly exhausted the majority of its budget well before Fall Break. Additionally, a majority of its annual budget is placed in holds for different groups, including HAVOC, ASB and Club Sports. These issues stem from systemic flaws in the current, vague funding codes, which use only a first-come, first-serve system to allocate funds. This unsustainable situation has to change, and the new funding codes have been designed to allow Student Assembly to sustainably exhaust the fund.
Jitney culture an issue, cameras not solution
Elizabeth Rodriguez '15
Cameras on Jitney not a student privacy invasion
Jake London '14
Hamilton College is currently blocking a free site that allows students to generate and compare financial aid estimates before they decide where to apply.
When rumor first spread that an unnamed individual tore the door off of the late-night Jitney, the obvious question was: Who is this individual with superhuman strength, and how can we put him or her to better use?
The Levitt Center, in its new project to encourage social entrepreneurship on campus, hopes to make Hamilton a place where the social side of ideas will never be an oversight.
I’ve got a sad confession to make. Other than watching MaryKate and Ashley Olsen’s break out hit Passport to Paris, I’d never really wondered about what Paris would be like before I got here.
When people think of small, private colleges, they are often quick to claim that their size inhibits them from offering students the larger research opportunities and programs that decorate the reputations of larger institutions.
On Friday, the internationally renowned Kronos Quartet performed in Wellin Hall as part of the Quartet’s 40th anniversary tour. Among other works, the group played the recently premiered sixth Philip Glass quartet. With the exception of Requiem for a Dream, all the pieces were written in the last five years.
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) may have put on the best acoustic coffeehouse performance of the semester this past Thursday with Langhorne Slim and guests The DuPont Brothers.
The Good Person of Szechwan, playing in Minor Theater this weekend, is not a straightforward theater production by any means. The play thrives on its ambiguity, a fact that may confuse unsuspecting audience members.
This year, the Continentals are looking to build on their fifth straight postseason appearance last winter under head coach Rob Haberbusch.
From helping clean up neighbors’ lawns to auctioning themselves off and donating the proceeds, Hamilton athletes are no strangers to community outreach. The swimming and diving team continued their effortsthis week by participating in the Ted Mullin “Leave it in the Pool” Hour of Power Relay.
As the Hamilton football team said goodbye on Nov. 9 to both the 2013 season and, more poignantly, its senior members, a bittersweet sentiment consumed Steuben Field.