The Hilbert College Women’s Basketball team, led by head coach Melissa Graham, is hosting their summer basketball camp. They offer two camps this summer — Session I runs from July 16-20 and the second camp will run from July 30- Aug 3.
The Hilbert College Media Camp is a 5-day summer camp, running July 17-21, that allows students, ages 12-18 to get hands-on experience in the media world. Professional, award-winning media faculty helps students dive into the field by doing interviews, creating photographs and videos, and meeting reporters from newspapers and TV. Spectrum News Buffalo stopped by for a story before the campers took off to Federal Court in downtown Buffalo to learn court beat! The campers also got a taste of breaking news, when a tornado touched down just south of the Hilbert campus at the Hamburg Fairgrounds. For more photos and information from the camp, check out the Hilbert DMaC Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/DMACdept/
Thank you to all our tournament sponsors, golfers, and volunteers for another successful year!
Orchard Park Country Club | June 26, 2017
A group of students, along with professors Dr. Amy Smith and Dan Roland, traveled to Italy for GS 300: Service Learning Abroad. The group left for Italy on May 15 and will return May 24. Below are some photos from the group’s first few days overseas.
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Here are some photos and a video of the hawk statue dedication and blessing from Thursday, April 27, 2017. Special thanks to Ted & Mary VanDeusen, Student Government Association, and Leadership Corps for supporting the purchase of the Hawk statue.
The Hilbert College English Program’s spring Visiting Artist Series featured John Noltner, an award-winning photographer, who presented his multimedia arts project “A Peace of My Mind” on Tuesday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in the William E. Swan Auditorium on the Hilbert campus.
His project is built around the simple question, “What does peace mean to you?” Founded in 2009 by Noltner, the project began as his effort to rediscover humanity in an increasingly polarized world.
Noltner shared some of the engaging portraits and compelling personal stories about what peace means to people, how they work towards it, and some of the obstacles they encounter.
Video password is: Hilbert