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Diane Nash speaks about the importance of nonviolent civil resistance

On Monday, Feb. 27, Diane Nash spoke to a packed Chapel audience about her work in nonviolent campaigns. The event was moderated by Professor Gbemende Johnson, an assistant professor of Hamilton’s government department.  More ...

Mass. Governor Charlie Baker to speak at 2017 commencement

On Sunday, May 21, 511 seniors are expected to walk across the stage in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House and become alumni. At 10:30 a.m. on that day, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker will deliver the Commencement address... More ...

SMART sponsors Penelope Dane workshop on validation

On Feb. 23, Lecturer in Communication Dr. Penelope Dane led a workshop sponsored by Hamilton’s Sexual Misconduct and Assault Reform Taskforce (SMART) on how students could best support their peers who are survivors of sexual assault.  More ...

Students attend Mohawk Valley College Leadership Conference

On Saturday, Feb. 25, five student leaders from various organizations on campus attended the Mohawk Valley College Leadership Conference. More ...

Hamilton and Colgate announce joint aid initiative

In a Feb. 28 email to the Hamilton community, President David Wippman announced that Hamilton will continue supporting international students impacted by President Trump’s unpredictable federal immigration policies through a joint endeavor with Colgate University. More ...

NESCAC News, March 2

Amherst College Announces Residential Changes; Charlie Baker interrupted by protesters during talk at Tufts More ...

Psychology rock-star Angela Duckworth speaks at Hamilton about grit

Addressing a packed chapel this past Tuesday, Feb. 21, Professor of Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, Angela Duckworth discussed her New York Times bestselling book, Grit: Passion, Perseverance, and the Science of Success.  More ...

Hamilton Community gathers to Speak Out and Speak Up

On Friday, Feb. 17, students, professors and community members gathered in the Chapel for the “Speak Out and Speak Up Event.” More ...

No Great Names speaker this year

This year, Hamilton’s Great Names Selection Committee was unable to secure a speaker they felt was “of the caliber the campus has come to expect and enjoy” from the Sacerdote Great Names series for the 2016-2017 school year.  More ...

Physical Plant is prepared for this season’s snowstorms and worse

Before this week and its unseasonably warm temperatures, the Hill had been enduring cold weather and a lot of snow. It seemed apt to interview the College’s Grounds Services Manager, Donald Croft, who has served the community for 22 years.  More ...

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