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The fashion design group shows off their cape inspired by a butterfly.
Art Partners

For the second year, Hamilton students served as mentors to Clinton Middle School students who are participating in Olympics of the Visual Arts (OVA).  OVA is a state-wide competition where middle schoolers have the opportunity to participate in longer term art projects outside of the classroom.  More ...

Seated: Brandon Lew '16 and Lillie Simourian '17. Standing, from left: Penny Tornes '18, Nina Hernandez '18, Tyler Lovejoy '16, Bennett Hambrook '17, Hannah Withiam '16, Matt Kastilahn '18 and Kyle Pitman '17.
SAAC Drives Successful Mini-Golf Tournament

To celebrate NCAA Division III Week, Hamilton’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a mini-golf event in the Field House on April 10. More than 100 students  along with faculty and staff and their families participated.  More ...

Denise Meza Reyes '16 and Patricia Taik '16.
Hands Across the Water

Student organization Global Outreach Hamilton, a part of the Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP), took nine students and two faculty members to the Caribbean island of Nevis to work with the St. Kitts- and Nevis-based non-profit organization Operation Future during the second week of spring break. Emily Rubinstein '16, one of the trip's organizers, shares this reflection.  More ...

Hamilton Reads tutors for Westmoreland Elementary School.
Hamilton Reads...In Rome and Westmoreland

Hamilton Reads (previously America Reads) started anew this semester at two local schools, Westmoreland Elementary and Rome Elementary. The literacy organization is sponsored through the Community Opportunity and Outreach Project (COOP) and serves first, second, third and fourth grade students.  More ...

Student Travels Put Hamilton on the Map

There’s just no one answer to the question: “What are Hamilton students doing over spring break?”  More ...

Students, faculty and organizers of the Global Volunteers service trip to Nevis with Ambassador Everson Hull.
History Meets Service on the Island of Nevis

A student service organization at Hamilton has big plans for Spring Break. Members will be volunteering with non-profit agencies on the Caribbean island of Nevis, birthplace of Alexander Hamilton, from March 19-26.  More ...

Hamilton College student Juliet Miller '18 tutors Thailand native May Say through Project SHINE.
Students Volunteer in Community Through SHINE, VITA

 Among the Levitt Center’s programs aimed at connecting Hamilton students with the Utica community are Project SHINE and VITA. SHINE (Students Helping in the Naturalization of Elders) is a service learning program in which Hamilton students tutor refugees and immigrants learning English. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) offers free tax help to families who cannot prepare their own tax returns. Hamilton students become certified volunteer tax preparers through the IRS.  More ...

Hamilton Supports America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk

The 19th annual America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk drew 77 Hamilton College walkers and runners on Saturday, March 5, in Utica.  This year’s donations are still being counted, but thus far Team Hamilton has raised $3,914 for the American Heart Association.  More ...

Ambassador Hull with, at left,   Nevis service trip co-leader Emily Rubinstein '16, and at right President Joan HInde Stewart and COOP's Amy James.
Nevis Comes North

The Hamilton community this week welcomed Dr. Everson Hull, ambassador of St. Kitts and Nevis to the Organization of American States, to meet with students and faculty involved with the upcoming spring break service trip to the island of Nevis, birthplace of Alexander Hamilton. The trip will be led by a Hamilton student service organization with support from Amy James and the Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP).    More ...

Athletic Department Recognizes Girls and Women in Sports Day

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of National Girls and Women in Sports Day, the Hamilton College Athletic Department hosted its first sports clinic for girls in grades K-8. Participants from all over Central New York were taught skills and actively engaged in various sports stations run by Hamilton female student-athletes. 

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