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MacDonald honors filmmaker Peter Hutton

In memory of filmmaker Peter Hutton, Professor. Scott MacDonald, head of the Media and Cinema Studies Department, curated a F.I.L.M. event to celebrate... More ...

SpeakEasy offers community and expressio

On Thursday, April 6, 2017, I walked up to the microphone in the Sadove living room and delivered a poem about art and the power it has, revealing how art has changed me, to open up my last SpeakEasy as a host. More ...

From classic to modern: The Acting Company’s rendition of Julius Caesar

This past weekend, April 1 and 2, The Acting Company visited Hamilton College to showcase two plays they prepared in conjunction: X, or Betty Shabazz v. The Nation by Marcus Gardley and Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. More ...

La Vanguardia hosts “Cine Latino”

On Friday night, La Vanguardia (LV) presented one of their signature programs of the semester: Cine Latino.   More ...

Latino singer-songwriter Polanco brings a unique perspective to BLSU event

In extending our programming this semester, BLSU sought to incorporate smaller scale performances in order to expose the Hamilton community to newer Black and Latinx artists.  More ...

X: The remarkable portrayal of an American legend

On Saturday, April 1, the Acting Company presented X, or Betty Shabazz V. The Nation in Wellin Hall. More ...

Hamilton voices in Italy

Over Spring Break, the Hamilton Choir toured and performed in different cities throughout Italy. Rome, Florence, Ravenna and Venice offered indescribable sights and experiences that my choir and I encountered while performing. More ...

Examining rap artists: Who is the best rapper ever?

Since its conception and mainstream growth in the 1970’s and 1980’s, rap music has transformed into a diverse genre in American music, in terms of both sound and content.  More ...

Best and Blume brighten midterm season

On the Thursday before Spring Break, CAB brought Jess Best and Michael Blume to Hamilton for an electric performance in the Events Barn.  More ...

Cukor challenges social norms and legitimizes divorce in 30s film

One of the gems of 1930s cinema, The Philadelphia Story, directed by George Cukor, demonstrates the necessity of divorce in society.  More ...

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