• Julien Swoap ’24 won first place in the Oral Communication Center’s Three Minute Thesis competition on April 27. The neuroscience major spoke on Investigating the Impact of Intrusive Thoughts on Selective Attention.

  • As founder of BostonSpeaks — and a Harvard Business School public speaking coach and three-time TEDx speaker coach — Kit Pang ’10 has helped everyone from Fortune 500 CEOs to NFL players to 3-Star Michelin chefs learn to communicate with confidence and influence.

  • Hamilton is among several New York State colleges that administer the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program, known on the Hill as simply “the Opportunity Program” or just “OP.” The Opportunity Program, designed to support students whose transition from high school to college may be made more difficult by their educational, socioeconomic, or personal circumstances, helps 30 to 40 new students each year acclimate to the College’s academic standards and social life.

  • Hamilton’s Theatre Department is presenting Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches, as its spring mainstage production. Communications Office student writer and Angels understudy Alejandro Sosa Hernandez ’26 asked the cast, ‘What did you learn about theatre or yourself from participating in this production?’

  • Clubs and orgs, sports teams, vacation spots, pet preferences. Students’ laptop stickers can serve as personal ads that provide insight into their personalities and likes.

  • On Sunday, June 25, the New York City Pride Parade took place on the streets of Manhattan, celebrating sexuality and advocating for social and political change. Among the hundreds of thousands of attendees were 32 Hamilton students on a trip organized by the Days-Massolo Center (DMC) and Gender and Sexuality Union, whose planning and funding made this opportunity possible for the second year in a row.

  • On the first day of Gov 249, Survey of Constitutional Law, Professor Philip Klinkner asked my class what we were most nervous about. As we went around the room, it became clear that almost everyone was concerned about one assignment: the moot courts. 

  • Kate Burnham ’23 won the top prize in the Oral Communication Center’s Three Minute Thesis Competition on April 29. The sociology major’s topic was “What Does it Mean to be Spicy Smart? Elucidating the Experiences of Students with Learning Disabilities at an Academically Rigorous College.”

  • Student writer and Untitled@Large theatre club member Alyssa Samuels ’25 shares her experiences producing the Suddenly the Musical, which debuted at Hamilton this spring. The Events Barn stage lights glowed brightly on April 27, illuminating the shapes of actors moving to the music and smiles from the audience surrounding them. Suddenly the Musical, an Australian show, was performed for the first time without its original cast at Hamilton. Produced by the student group Untitled@Large, the show was special not only for premiere status, but also because every step of its process signified a chance for student growth and accomplishment.

  • The Hamilton College Theatre Department presents the spring mainstage production, Rent, by Jonathan Larson, directed by Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer. Performances of the sold-out musical continue April 19 to April 22 at 7:30 p.m., and April 22 at 2 p.m., in the Romano Theatre in Kennedy Center for Theatre and Studio Arts.

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