Ledbetter brings her inspirational story to Hamilton
“From Wall Street to Main Street, white women earn 77 cents to ever dollar white men make for the same work,” declared Lilly Ledbetter to a captivated audience.

Former Ambassador to give Commencement address

Pitch Competition showcases student ideas

Senior Week 2015 brings notable changes

Faculty approves merger of departments


Where were the men?

If you consider Hamilton’s reputation of a bursting number of government and world politics majors and a vibrant, public commitment to civil rights issues, you would think that a talk by one of the last decade’s greatest civil rights leaders would draw a packed crowd, and you would be right–except the chapel looked more like Kirkland College than Hamilton College. At this past Monday’s lecture by Lilly Ledbetter the audience included around 100 people, and less than ten of them were male. This disparity is at the very least statistically troubling and at the most a dire indication of gendered disinterest about significant women’s issues on campus. The woman who helped create the most significant pieces of civil right’s legislation in the last fifteen years came to Hamilton, and all the men of the political sciences apparently had something better to do.

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Hamilton’s misguided sexual assault policies

It is abundantly clear that Hamilton College needs to improve when it comes to sexual assault adjudication, especially against the backdrop of the federal investigation of Title IX violations against the College.

Hamilton needs to increase interfaith dialogues

Students’ mental health lacks institutional support


Club Spotlight: Hamilton Democratic Socialists

Hamilton Democratic Socialists formed early in the fall of 2014 to create the space necessary to discuss social and economic inequality, politicize the community and take part in organizing student activism on the hill.

Where in the world is Kaitlin McCabe '16

Spec style with Ali

Senior Reflection: Time is almost up



Anonymous 4 & Bruce Molsky bring back music of the Civil War era
Anonymous 4 and Bruce Molsky commemorated the anniversary of the end of the American Civil War with a spirited and varied collection of songs entitled 1865: Songs of Hope and Home from the American Civil War.

A celebration of African culture

Bill Jacobson discusses his perspective on photography


Men’s and women’s lacrosse open conference play with competitive matches against Wesleyan

Kicking off against a strong NESCAC opponent, the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams took on the Wesleyan Cardinals on Feb. 28.

Swimming closes season at NESCAC'S

Men’s squash wins Conroy Cup

Senior Athletes of the Week: James Oliver and Matthew Billet

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