Hamilton College

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Hamilton College is a private liberal arts college in Clinton, New York.wikipedia
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Hamilton College is a private liberal arts college in Clinton, New York.
The Village of Clinton, site of Hamilton College, is within the Town of Kirkland.

New England Small College Athletic Conference

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Hamilton is a member of the New England Small College Athletic Conference.
The eleven institutions are Amherst College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Tufts University, Trinity College, Wesleyan University, and Williams College.

M. Woolsey Stryker

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By the end of the nineteenth century, its colorful ninth President M. Woolsey Stryker distanced Hamilton from the Presbyterian Church (although he was a minister of that denomination and published many hymns), and sought to make it a more secular institution.
D., LL.D., (7 January 1851 – 6 December 1929), an American clergyman, was Pastor of the Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago and President of Hamilton College in upstate New York from 1892-1917.

Kirkland College

Hamilton has been coeducational since 1978, when it merged with its coordinate sister school Kirkland College.
It was named for Samuel Kirkland, who founded Hamilton College.

Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters

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At Litchfield Observatory (obs. code: 789), pioneering German–American astronomer Christian Peters discovered some 48 asteroids.
Christian Heinrich Friedrich Peters (September 19, 1813 – July 18, 1890) was a German–American university teacher and astronomer at the Litchfield Observatory of Hamilton College, New York, and a pioneer in the study and visual discovery of asteroids.

Samuel Kirkland

Hamilton began in 1793 as the Hamilton-Oneida Academy, a seminary founded by Rev. Samuel Kirkland, a Presbyterian minister, as part of his missionary work with the Oneida tribe.
The Hamilton-Oneida Academy was chartered as Hamilton College in 1812 (Hamilton College).

Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art

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The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art is the college's public art museum that also serves as a teaching resource for its students.
The Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art is part of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.

Hamilton College Chapel

The Hamilton College Chapel is a historically protected landmark and is the only three-story chapel still standing in America.
The Hamilton College Chapel, on the campus of Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, was completed in 1827.

Clinton Comets

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In addition to Continental men's and women's teams, youth hockey, high school teams, adult amateur efforts and the famous Clinton Comets, who dominated the semi-professional Eastern Hockey League in the 1960s and early 1970s, have played at the Sage Rink.
Stanley, along with Albert I. Prettyman who brought college hockey to nearby Hamilton College went on to be the only two people from the same town or city on the 1940 Olympic hockey committee.

Elihu Root House

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The Elihu Root House originally belonged to Elihu Root, who used it as his summer house.
He graduated from Hamilton College and the New York University School of Law.

Elihu Root

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The Elihu Root House originally belonged to Elihu Root, who used it as his summer house. At one time serving as the residence of the Oren Root family, the house was the birthplace of Elihu Root, who served as Secretary of State and War and won the 1912 Nobel Peace Prize.
His father was professor of mathematics at Hamilton College.

Alpha Delta Phi

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They consist of Alpha Delta Phi (founded at Hamilton College), Chi Psi, Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Upsilon, Psi Upsilon, and Tau Kappa Epsilon.
Alpha Delta Phi was originally founded as a literary society by Samuel Eells in 1832 at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.

Sigma Phi

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These fraternities include two of the "Union Triad," Sigma Phi and Delta Phi.

WHCL-FM

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WHCL-FM - During the academic year, Hamilton students, faculty, and community members produce a variety of music, news, sports, and talk radio programs at FM frequency 88.7.
WHCL-FM (88.7 FM) is an independent, non-profit, and educational college radio station licensed to the Trustees of Hamilton College operating out of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, United States.

Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

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Hamilton also participates in engineering dual-degree programs with the Columbia School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University and the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College.

Emerson Literary Society

Hamilton also has a co-ed, non-Greek social society: the Emerson Literary Society.
The Emerson Literary Society (ELS) is a co-ed, non-exclusive social society at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York.

Chi Psi

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They consist of Alpha Delta Phi (founded at Hamilton College), Chi Psi, Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Upsilon, Psi Upsilon, and Tau Kappa Epsilon.

Amherst College

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This conference also includes Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, and Williams.
Amherst participates in the NCAA's Division III, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and the New England Small College Athletic Conference, which includes Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Hamilton, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, and Williams College.

Delta Upsilon

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They consist of Alpha Delta Phi (founded at Hamilton College), Chi Psi, Delta Chi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Delta Upsilon, Psi Upsilon, and Tau Kappa Epsilon.
In November 1847 Williams' Social Fraternity met with similar societies that had recently been formed at Union College, Hamilton College, and Amherst College and formed the "Anti-Secret Confederation".

Hugh Stubbins

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The Daniel Burke library was completed in 1972 at a cost of more than $5.5 million and designed by architect Hugh Stubbins.

Drew S. Days III

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The center is dedicated to trustees Drew S. Days III and fellow Hamilton trustee Arthur J. Massolo.
He graduated from New Rochelle High School in New Rochelle, New York, before going on to earn an undergraduate degree from Hamilton College, and a law degree from Yale Law School.

Harding Farm

The cottage is completely original, although it was moved from its original location on Kirkland's property (known today as Harding Farm) to its current place on the main quadrangle of the Hamilton Side.
Kirkland, missionary to the Oneida Indians and founder of Hamilton College, received 4000 acre from the state of New York following the American Revolution.

Alexander Hamilton

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It was founded as Hamilton-Oneida Academy in 1793 and was chartered as Hamilton College in 1812 in honor of inaugural trustee Alexander Hamilton.
Hamilton served as one of the first trustees of the Hamilton-Oneida Academy in Clinton, New York, which was renamed Hamilton College in 1812, after receiving a college charter.

Theta Delta Chi

Theta Delta Chi disbanded in 2015 following a suspension by the president of the college.
During the 1860s new Charges, at, among other institutions, Lafayette and Rochester (1867), Hamilton (1868), and Dartmouth (1869), continued to be chartered at a pace that kept slightly ahead of attrition caused by Charges going inactive.

Bates College

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This conference also includes Amherst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, and Williams.
The college athletically competes in the NCAA Division III New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), which also includes Amherst, Connecticut, Hamilton, Middlebury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, Williams, and Maine rivals Bowdoin and Colby in the Colby-Bates-Bowdoin Consortium (CBB).