Hamilton to replace Health Center: Leadership gift by Joel W. Johnson ’65

Late Night Jitney debated at Student Assembly meeting on Monday

Dmitry Suslov gives lecture in the Red Pit on current US-Russia relations


Better health services is more than a new building

As we reported in our lead story, with the leadership gift of Joel and Beth Johnson, Hamilton will be constructing a new building to replace the outdated Thomas B. Rudd Health Center.

The Johnsons’ generous donation will have a positive impact on the student body. With more resources, Hamilton students will receive more efficient care; with a new design, students will have more privacy and comfort when attending appointments at the College Counseling Center.

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Health and Counseling Center donations show growing awareness of mental health

Upon reading last week’s Spectator and the email they sent out earlier this week, I was overwhelmed with excitement about the donations to Hamilton’s Health and Counseling Centers from both alumni and the senior class. To me, health treatment of any kind, whether mental or physical, is a no-brainer; a school, or for that matter any community, needs adequate facilities, employees and resources to accommodate their people’s needs.

Is there too much political correctness?


Where in the world is: Annel Monsalvo ’17

Every day is a new experience and I feel proud of myself for being able to adjust quickly to a new environment and lifestyle. I have learned how to take the taxi and bus, which may seem easy, but the transportation system in Amman is nothing like that of New York. You have to be alert and go with the flow as things are not as time-oriented or organized as they are back in the States.

Senior reflection: Making connections on the Hill

Culinary Society Apple Cook Off



Preview: Zella Day to headline CAB Fall Concert
Over the past few years, the mid-semester concerts of the Campus Activities Board (CAB) have featured artists like JoJo, Grouplove and RAC to name a few.

The Nicki Parrott Trio brings standards and fun

Stout blends female mystic with reality

A talk with filmmaker Beth B

Hamilton a cappella groups perform in Chapel


M. soccer scores first win against nationally ranked opponent since 2007

The Hamilton men’s soccer team tallied a momentous win during Fallcoming weekend, defeating reigning Division III national champion Tufts in double-overtime with a score of 2-1. Defenseman Spenser Heller ’17 scored the game-winning goal with less than five minutes remaining to topple the nationally ranked Jumbos squad.

Ultimate frisbee uses fall season to acclimate first-year players

Men’s rugby remains unbeaten

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