This June, Hamilton College issued $103 million worth of “century bonds,” bonds that will reach maturity in 2113. These bonds represent a new strategy for structuring Hamilton’s debt.
“Love is patient, love is kind…”
The familiar words of St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians hung in the air of the Bradford Auditorium. Was this a wedding? A funeral? Audience members had filled the venue expecting a lecture on social entrepreneurship…but this sounded more like a lesson in love.
Colby stops funding club rugby
Williams senior named Rhodes Scholar
Over the past ten years, political instability and social unrest such as the Orange Revolution in Ukraine in 2004, the Rose Revolution in Georgia in 2003 and the Tulip Revolution in Kyrgyzstan in 2005 have left the post-Soviet states in Eastern Europe in turmoil.
‘Just say no!’ to rising tuition
Hamilton College is currently blocking a free site that allows students to generate and compare financial aid estimates before they decide where to apply.
In support of fossil fuel divestment
A little over two months ago, on Thursday, Sept. 26, Hamilton held a town hall meeting to talk about race as it pertained to our community.
When I was a little girl, I always asked my mother for a sister or a brother. But because of the one-child policy, I am the only child in my family. I know the loneliness of being an only child, but I also understand the reasons why this policy is enforced.
On Nov. 14, I packed my bags, said goodbye to the United States and boarded a plane to Warsaw, Poland on my way to the 2013 UN Climate Talks.
On Sunday, Nov. 17 Hamilton’s newest a capella group turned heads and won Turning Stone Resort Casino’s first annual A Capella Showdown. Participating in their first ever competition, Duelly edged out teams from Colgate University, Syracuse University and Cornell University, among others.
This Sunday, the Forum on Image and Language In Motion (F.I.L.M.) and the Asian Studies department will screen Manakamana, a recent project by filmmakers Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez. The filmmakers will introduce the film and participate in a Q&A session after the screening.
The Independent Music Fund (IMF), along with WHCL 88.7 brought rising pop star Sky Ferreira to Tolles Pavilion as the headliner for their fall concert. Just days before the show, Ferreira announced new winter performance dates, as she will be supporting Miley Cyrus’s Bangerz Tour.
Hamilton College Women’s Rugby Football Club (HCWRFC) made club sport history last month when the team made it to the second round of the Division II Rugby Playoffs, known as the American Collegiate Rugby Association Playoffs.
A common theme among Hamilton fall sports squads has been an increased level of comfort as teams entered their second NESCAC campaign. Consequently, though Hamilton is still establishing a foothold among the traditional conference powerhouses, the teams have started to see tangible results as a reward of their increased competitiveness.
Women’s Ice Hockey has a big season ahead. Last winter, the girls tied a team record for wins in a season.