Hamilton in the news – May 2022 – News

Major national and regional news outlets regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature campus programs and activities.

May coverage highlights were compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Media Relations Manager Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and are not subscribed.

  • “NY State Climate Act” – WIBX (Utica talk/news radio), May 3
    Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Aaron Strong discussed the proposed law.
  • “A DNA test led Yashua Klos to new connections and new art” – The New York TimesMay 12
    The Wellin Museum exhibiting artist discussed his work in a feature article.
  • “Staying monolingual is a surefire way for America to fall behind” – The hillMay 15
    President David Wippman is co-author of this essay.
  • “Meet the former, LA Clippers president who will speak at the start of Hamilton College” – Observer-Dispatch (Utica, NY), May 20
    This article featured Gillian Zucker ’90.
  • “Will you be hired if no one can pronounce your name? – EFinancialCareersMay 20
    This article relayed the results of a study by economics professor Stephen Wu.
  • “Bison shot; primaries; Inflation” – WCNY (public television, Syracuse, NY) – Ivory towerMay 20
    History professor Ty Seidule was a panelist on this political affairs show.
  • “Sending Moldova modern weapons in light of Putin’s ‘clear’ ambitions” – NewsweekMay 21
    David Rivera, Visiting Assistant Professor of Government, commented.
  • “Graduation Season Celebrated In-Person at Local Colleges” – WKTV (NBC Affiliate, Utica, NY), May 22
  • “Essential focus: Yashua Klos interviewed” – BOMB MagazineMay 23
    The Wellin Museum exhibiting artist discussed his work in a feature article.
  • “New boathouse dedicated to the south of Rome” – Daily Sentinel (Rome, NY), May 24
  • “The Ukraine-Russia War Takes Modern Warfare to Historic Altitudes” – The World Peace Organization, May 25
    Will Rampe ’24 wrote this essay.
  • “Declaration or no declaration? – Inside Higher EducationMay 26
    Vice President of Communications and Marketing Melissa Richards wrote this essay.
  • “Russia wasted decades of soft power gains on the war in Ukraine” – NewsweekMay 26
    Government professor Alan Cafruny commented.
  • “‘They saved this town’: Refugees flocked to Utica and cleaned the rust from a dying industrial town” – Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY), May 26
    This article discussed a film about refugees in Utica created by a group of Hamilton alumni as well as a study of the economic impact of refugees by economics professor Paul Hagstrom.
  • “How to Talk to Your Middle Schooler About Suicide” – Today.com (NBC) May 30
    Council Director David Walden commented.
  • “9 things college mental health counselors want parents to understand” – Today.com (NBC) May 30
    Council Director David Walden commented.

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