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In Search of Chinese PiratesOpen in a New Window

In Search of Chinese PiratesDuring the 2nd semester of the 2013-14 academic year, I participated in a study abroad program at Fudan University, located in Shanghai, China, through IES Abroad (Institute for the International Education of Students). While I was there, I studied Chinese, diplomacy, anthropology, and economics.Studying a language in another country is one of the best things that you can do. Being fully immersed in a particular culture and being able to just walk outside your apartment and to converse in a different language is an unbelievable experience and one that will truly change you.


Music Series Continues October 8Open in a New Window

Music Series Continues October 8On Wednesday, October 8, the Hampden-Sydney Music Series hosts Baroque chamber ensemble Musical Offering as they perform works by C.P.E. Bach, J.C. Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven.


New Academic Year BeginsOpen in a New Window

New Academic Year BeginsOn August 22, Hampden-Sydney welcomed 322 members of the Class of 2018 and 21 transfer students. On August 25, returning students checked in. The third annual C Day was held on August 26 and classed began on the Wednesday, the 27th. The opening enrollment for 2014-15 is 1105, the fourth highest in the College's history.


H-SC and Wake Forest Business Enter PartnershipOpen in a New Window

H-SC and Wake Forest Business Enter PartnershipHampden-Sydney College and the Wake Forest University School of Business have entered into a partnership whereby Hampden-Sydney students and alumni receive preferred application status to the Master of Arts in Management Program.


What Works? Conference Explores Educating Boys and MenOpen in a New Window

What Works? Conference Explores Educating Boys and MenEighty-eight people representing over 20 schools and six colleges attended the What Works? Conference, held on Friday, July 25. The impetus for the conference was the recently published collection of essays, "What Works," by distinguished educators, authors, and thought leaders. At the conference, two of these contributors spoke offering insight and practical advice to all who are raising boys, engaging guys, and educating men.


H-S Breaks Ground on Unique Energy Research LabOpen in a New Window

H-S Breaks Ground on Unique Energy Research LabOn Monday, August 11, Hampden-Sydney College broke ground on a free-standing energy research laboratory. Students and faculty in the Departments of Physics & Astronomy, and Mathematics & Computer Science will have an unusual opportunity to research energy monitoring, energy conservation, and sustainable housing in a grant-based project on campus.


GMP Drawing Winners Visit The Colbert ReportOpen in a New Window

GMP Drawing Winners Visit The Colbert Report Rising sophomores Acery Nicholson and Patrick Luwis recently traveled to New York to join the audience at The Colbert Report. The show is hosted by Hampden-Sydney College alumnus and television icon, Stephen Colbert.


May-Term Students Participate in Regional StudiesOpen in a New Window

May-Term Students Participate in Regional StudiesThis year’s May Term included the “Special Topics in Regional Studies in the United States” course. Dr. Claire Deal, Elliott Professor of Rhetoric, led students to the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and extreme northeast Florida, known to many as the “Lowcountry and Sea Islands”.The course examines the authenticity of a particular geographic region in the United States: a place defined by both its people and its natural environs. Its history, physical environment, language, cultural expressions, religious traditions, and economics are studied in order to develop a sense of the area’s unique attributes and contributions.


Worth Osgood '17 Rescues Injured DriverOpen in a New Window

Worth Osgood '17 Rescues Injured DriverOne driver suffered minor injuries after a tractor trailer overturned on I-95 north near Parham Rd. (mile marker 83) Monday morning.The accident happened just before 7 a.m. Virginia State Police said a truck flipped after colliding with another tractor trailer. Worth Osgood saw the accident happen in front of his very eyes.


Will Banning '15 Interns at UVA Health SystemOpen in a New Window

Will Banning '15 Interns at UVA Health SystemHampden-Sydney College student, William Banning'15 is working as a summer intern at the UVA Health System in Charlottesville, Virginia. Will works in a transplant research laboratory with two doctors that focus on kidney and liver transplant research. The majority of his work is based on determining a bio marker that can help recognize early signs of liver disease or Hepatitis C. He works closely with specimens that are taken from patients who have recently received a liver transplant, and he is responsible for isolating the DNA in these samples for analysis.
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Club of DC October 2014 Area Alumni Networking Group Lunch

Club of Lynchburg Luncheon with Dr. James Y. Simms, Jr.

H-SC Club of Richmond October Luncheon

2014 Colonel Franke Memorial Golf Tournament

Club of DC November 2014 Area Alumni Networking Group Lunch