Levitt Speaker Series hosts human rights activist John Dau

This Wednesday, Feb. 3, John Dau, founder and president of the John Dau Foundation, gave a lecture in the Chapel entitled “Volatility: Unexpected Transition in Life.” Standing tall at 6’8”, Dau  spoke with a confidence that immediately claimed every attendee’s focus.

Hamilton included in national sexual assault campus survey

Staff changes announced for Health, Counseling Centers


Changes at Counseling Center a good step

As several recent Spectator stories have reported, both the Health and Counseling Centers have faced an influx of demand. As the article this week notes, the Health Center lost its medical doctor and has had to hire a part-time MD to fill the gap. Unfortunately, the new doctor will only be available to see Hamilton students on Thursday afternoons from 1-4 p.m. Meanwhile, the Counseling Center has responded to heightened demand by doubling the psychiatrist’s hours and treating students increasingly in a group therapy format.

Both the Health and Counseling Centers have responded creatively to challenging situations. The Counseling Center should be commended for recognizing and responding to student demand for a psychiatrist, as well as for adding another part-time counselor to their staff.

Students need to recognize these strides in providing more opportunities for care. They need to better understand their options when the Health and Counseling Centers are closed. And, they need to continue communicating their needs. ...


Debating Jitney downtown policies

Absurd rules will be dangerous by Emily Tubb ’19

Jitney rules old news by Gabe Rivas ’16

Kim’s talk guided students to compassion

Shifting activism, shifty allies


Senior Reflection: From freshman to freshman

The worst part about senior year is the impending doom of becoming a freshman again.   But hold that thought. We’re about to take a journey—we’re going way back to prehistoric times: Spring, 2012.

How to survive without your Hill Card



Parsonsfield returns to Barn to entertain
Parsonsfield returned to a candle-lit Barn last Thursday after their first Hamilton performance three years ago in 2013. In the interim the band and the Campus Activities Board have stayed busy.

The Intimate Universe and Pure Pulp to open at Wellin

Boeh and Blanchard ’17 entertain with clean comedy

Behind The Revenant, cinematographer Emmanual Lubezki


Women’s hockey in position to host first-round NESCAC matchup

A year removed from a losing record, the Hamilton women’s hockey team has turned things around and is in the midst of a strong 2015-16 season. The Continentals are now one of the top-four teams in the NESCAC and appear poised for a strong showing in the playoffs with the possibility of home ice advantage in the first round.

W. Basketball needs road wins to keep NESCAC playoff hopes alive

Men's & Women’s Swimming and Diving recap

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