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The Hamilton campus is closed to visitors. All public events are canceled until further notice.

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Students Only at the Indoor Practice Facility. College ID, Green Emocha badge, mask and 12ft distancing required. No Guests.

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Blood Fitness Center, Map #68
 College ID, Green Emocha badge, mask and 12ft distancing required. No Guests.

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Virtual Hamilton
https://hamilton.zoom.us/my/litsstudentsupport

Need help with research or digital media assignments? Student tutors are available to help, either in the Zoom room linked above as well as in Burke Library at the Research & Design Desk (straight ahead when you enter the library).

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Tolles Pavilion A & B (Full Annex), Map #21
All students are required to test three times per week on Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday.

Employees who come into regular contact with students must test twice a week, and all others who work on campus must test once a week. Employees testing twice a week are encouraged to test on Mondays and Wednesdays, and employees testing once a week are encouraged to test on Wednesdays.

Please make an appointment to help reduce crowds. You may experience a longer wait time if you do not have an appointment.

HillCards and emocha Badge: Did you know ...

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Toward Equity in Assessment
Virtual Hamilton
Toward Equity in Assessment: A Cross-Constituency Dialogue Assessment is one of the thorniest dimensions of teaching and learning, and it has been recognized as an arena in which inequities are particularly severe. The global pandemic has exacerbated existing inequities and created new ones; therefore, now more than ever faculty, staff, and students need to be in dialogue with one another about how to challenge both existing and new inequities.    This coffee-chat series supports faculty, staff, and students in explorations of the possibilities...

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Mindfulness Meditation is a simple and scientifically backed method for regulating the nervous system and cultivating the qualities that help us manage the complexities of modern living. Now more than ever, the ability to tap into peace and stability from within and make our minds an ally has never been more valuable. Join certified meditation teacher Kristy Caruso virtually for an opportunity to learn and practice this timeless technique. Meditatio...

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Sage Rink, Map #71
Masks and 12ft social distancing required. Recreational skating for members of the Hamilton College campus community. Sticks and pucks are not allowed during this time. Skates are available at the Field House equipment desk. College I.D. required.

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Reduce stress and invite more clarity into your life through gentle mindful movement. Open to all levels. Bring your openness and your curiosity and get ready for self-discovery.

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https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89572464485?pwd=WHhxd1VuTUgyUzhu...

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Join Zoom Meetinghttps://hamilton.zoom.us/j/98131126975  HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) with Regina: kick up the intensity of your cardio session with short bursts of intense work, a little rest and a lot of fun! Class “routine” will change randomly so you won’t be bored. Beginners are welcom...

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Sage Rink, Map #71
12 ft social distancing and masks are required. Recreational Hockey for members of the Hamilton College Campus community. Sticks and pucks are allowed during this time, so helmets are required for all skaters. Skates are available at the field House equipment desk. College I.D. required. 

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Sadove Student Center 115 Living Room, Map #17
If you signed up to be part of the Quarantine or Cookie Pantry cooking program for the week, you can pick up your kit here!

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Representatives from the Student Activities Office, Campus Safety, Facilities Management, Bon Appetit Catering, Audio Visual Support, College Events & Scheduling Office Staff and often other departments are available to assist requestors in finalizing event details.

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Dr. Pinar Onal, Postdoctoral Scholar in New York University's Department of Biology speaks on, "Step-by-Step Evolution of Anterior Functions Through Coding Sequence Changes".  Join us!

Abstract:  Phenotypic diversities evolve through adaptation of genetic variations to environmental and physical conditions.  Transcriptional networks are particularly central to the generation of diversity and multiple studies have shown that alterations in binding sites of cis-regulatory elements c...

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Little Squash Center, Map #73
Mask Required. One player per court please.

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Visiting Professor of Music - (Introduction as a Composer talk)

If you are interested in joining please email kmcarrol@hamilton.edu for the Zoom link.

3/8 (Eren Gümrükçüoglu)3/11 (David Bird)3/12 (José Martínez)

 

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Blood Fitness Center Multipurpose Room, Map #68
March 8th's Topic:  Managing Covid Fatigue & Reclaiming Your Energy Fitness Center MultiPurpose Room 201 (Second Floor) Why join InnerSpace?  You’re interested in making your life both easier and better. What to expect?  InnerSpace starts with a couple of minutes of mindful meditation to settle in and settle down. Meditation is followed by an opportunity to share (or not!) celebrations and challengesin your life. Next, is an exploration of the week’s topic. This exploration will include a menu of strategies to consider to bring ...

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Kimberly Takahata, candidate for a leave replacement in American literature, will give her job talk titled: “Caring for the Dead: Narrative Repatriation with William Apess’ Eulogy on King Philip.” Zoom link: https://hamilton.zoom.us/j/95872858654

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Join us for Connect to Careers Affinity & Identity Series: Expressing Identity as an Athlete

Kena Gilmour '20 will share his experience with his identity as an athlete and aims to cover all the facets that come with being a person before being an athlete. As an athlete whose identity is intersectional and multifaceted, Kena will discuss how expression and comfortability/prioritization with the self affords you the skills to excel professionally. This program...

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Nature Connection and Mental Wellbeing
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Join Thomas J. Watson Fellow, Andi Dickmeyer ’19 as she discusses how spending time connecting with nature is wonderful for your mental health. Andi's presentation will discuss nature-based therapeutic practices found all over the world, including: forest bathing, nature art, adventure therapy, and guided solo experiences in nature. She'll offer ideas and examples of how to include these in your own self-care practic...

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Why does Ramanujan, “The Man Who Knew Infinity”, matter?

A (virtual) Public Lecture: https://hamilton.zoom.us/j/92127007399?pwd=aTNHYjR3MnZFZ1Z6YmprOUxOQTFjdz09 (corrected link)

This lecture is about Srinivasa Ramanujan, “The Man Who Knew Infinity.” Ramanujan was a self-trained two-time college dropout who left behind 3 notebooks filled with equations that mathematicians are still trying to figure out today. He claimed that his ideas came to him as visions from an Indian goddess. This lecture gives many reasons why Ramanujan matters tod...

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Virtual Tour

Virtual Tour


Since you can’t visit our beautiful campus in person at the moment, here’s the next best thing.

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