• Women's hockey defender Abby Kuhns '23 (Skaneateles, N.Y./Loomis Chaffee School [Conn.]) and men's golfer Billy Geach '23 (Harare, Zimbabwe/St. George's College) were honored as Hamilton College's top athletes from the Class of 2023 at the Jack B. Riffle Celebration for senior varsity athletes on Tuesday, May 16.

  • 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.”

  • Six Hamilton seniors have been awarded U.S. State Department Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships for 2023-24.

  • 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 return of the HamTrek triathlon on April 28 after a pandemic pause saw Drew Frey ’23 the overall winner of the 2023 event with a time of 56:30, and Rebecca Dalphin ’25 as the women’s winner with a time of 1:11:47.

  • 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.

  • Ten members of Hamilton’s Junior Seminar art class visited New York City last week with Professor Rob Knight. Junior Seminar is a rite of passage for art concentrators to come together as a class and begin independently developing their artistic practices in a communal environment. Our three-day NYC adventure exposed us to the real-life art world. We visited several galleries, met with artists in their studios, and even attended a group art show that included a piece by Charlie Guterman ’22.

  • Food brings people together, and one of the most popular dining options on campus for that is the Howard Diner.

  • Hamilton students kept busy during spring break, exploring their passions at places far and near. Eighteen seniors traveled to Nepal to trek the Himalayas; the College Choir toured Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and West Virginia, where they performed with other college singers; Alternate Spring Break groups did volunteer work in Kentucky, Delaware, North Carolina, and Syracuse, N.Y. Athletic teams competed in the NCCAs and during trips to Florida, and the Curling team made it to nationals.

  • Get your scorecards ready to tally some impressive statistics for the Hamilton Continentals this winter in New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) play.


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