• From the excitement of first days to the bittersweetness of last ones and everything in between, the past year was packed with unforgettable moments. Take a look back at the 2023-24 academic year at Hamilton.

  • The Communications and Marketing Office boasts a talented team of digital media interns whose photos provide snapshots of life on College Hill.

  • 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.

  • On Jan. 14, 45 new members of the Class of 2026 officially joined the Hamily. Orientation leaders provided a warm welcome to the January admits as they checked in, moved into their residence hall homes, and got right to it with orientation group meetings, a welcome luncheon with President David Wippman, Dean of Faculty Ngoni Munemo, Vice President for Enrollment Management Monica Inzer, and Dean of Students Chris Card. They signed the College register at matriculation in Buttrick Hall and learned about Hamilton’s Honor Code.

  • The fourth annual Lighting of Our Village on Nov. 29 celebrated what light means to different cultural and faith traditions and its value as a symbol of hope. The event featured prizes, a cappella performances,snacks — and, of course, sparklers.

  • College photographers Nancy Ford and Zack Stanek took a look back at 2021 and chose their favorite photos. Take a look at the gallery.

  • Analytics, charts, graphs — Hamilton’s Communications & Marketing content team pays attention to it all, but is most interested to learn what our readers want to read most. So, following are the top 10 most-clicked news stories from 2021.

  • Like every other news organization, Hamilton’s Communications Office keeps an eye on what stories on our news site readers find most interesting. Here are the top 10 from 2020.

  • Each year, the Communications Office asks our photographer, Nancy Ford, to choose her favorite photos of the year. In a typical year, she covers a wide range of events on campus and captures scores of campus beauty and student life shots, in addition to specific photo assignments for our website, Hamilton magazine, and other publications.

  • Oh, the beloved comfy couch. A place to read, watch TV, check your social media … and take a college campus tour? At Hamilton, yes, thanks to a new Admission Office initiative called Tours From Your Sofa.


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