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Paulino delivers an unapologetic and revolutionary set

Karmenife Paulino, a comedian who utilizes feminism and women’s issues in her stand-up, performed in the Sadove Student Center living room this past Thursday, April 20. More ...

Hamilton Alumni share experience and tips from inside the publishing world

On Saturday, April 22, in the Red Pit, four Hamilton alumni came to talk about their roles in the publishing industry. In their talk, “Explorations in Publishing: How to Publish a Novel,” the group talked about each of their different roles. More ...

Red Weather’s ARTPORN brings Poet Jacob Brooks and Audio Engineer Maya Chun to the Hill

Last Thursday, April 20, Red Weather brought artists Jacob Brooks and Maya Chun to campus. Walking into the underground space, it was dark– the perfect environment for an avant garde poetry reading. More ...

Doc Woods performs a set of originals for Jazz Appreciation Month

April on the hill, while one of the busiest months, also happens to be jazz appreciation month. Despite the hustle and bustle of his schedule, Professor of music “Doc” Michael Woods took time to honor this important month with a special concert, “Doc and Friends,” on Wednesday, April 19.  More ...

What’s improv, anyway?

Improvisation takes many forms on and off stage. From the get go, the vibe at an improv show is different from other types of comedy. A huge part of improv is audience participation, so when you step out on stage there is no disconnect between your performance and what the audience wants to see.  More ...

Red Weather hosts Hamilton alumnus Marty Cain ’13

On Friday, April 14, poet and Hamilton alumnus Martin “Marty” Cain ’13 read excerpts from his most recent book-length poem, Kids of the Black Hole, for the Hamilton community. Cain graduated from Hamilton with a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Poetics and went on to receive an M.F.A. in Poetics from the University of Mississippi. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Literature and Language at Cornell University. The event, hosted by Red Weather, took place in Kirner Johnson 005.  More ...

Syracuse musician Joe Driscoll to perform at CAB’s last acoustic coffeehouse of the semester

This Thursday April 20 will be the final Acoustic Coffeehouse of the semester, presented by CAB. Doors open at 7:30pm in the in the Fillius Events Barn. Hamilton Student Collin Purcell ’17, will be performing original acoustic pieces and opening for Joe Driscoll.  More ...

Antigonick makes bold choices, yields great results

Sophocles’ Antigone was written around 441 BCE as part of the Oedipus trilogy, and has since been adapted and performed countless times around the world. The story of the rebellious Antigone, a young woman who opposes man’s law to obey the laws of the gods, has appealed to audiences since its first performance. Anne Carson’s Antigonick is among its adaptations, and on Thursday, April 13, the Hamilton College Theatre Department began its run of a deeply politicized version of Anne Carson’s translation. More ...

New York Times Bestselling Author Maas ’08 discusses the writing industry

On Thursday night, author Sarah J. Maas ’08 came to Hamilton to discuss her career, her time at Hamilton and the steps she took to get where she is today.  More ...

Artist D.R.A.M. shone at C@B Spring Concert

Hamilton’s hip-hop lovers were treated on Friday, April 7, to a slickly electrifying C@B Spring Concert, headlined by D.R.A.M., one of the freshest rappers of the past year. More ...

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