Hamilton In France 2019-20, Chapter I: The Basque Country

The kickoff for the 2019-20 edition of Hamilton in France took place in Biarritz with orientation week, and the city has treated us well! Among other things, we learned how to make a typical cake from the region (the Gâteau Basque), visited a farm that grows Espelette peppers (Atelier du Piment d'Espelette), another one that … Continue reading Hamilton In France 2019-20, Chapter I: The Basque Country

Teaching French to refugees and asylum seekers

During the spring semester of 2019, Olivia Leslie '20, a student from Williams College, volunteered with Sciences Po Refugee Help. A powerful experience that she shared with us here.              This semester, as a student at HiF and Sciences Po, a school specialized in government studies, I volunteer with the student-run organization, Sciences Po Refugee … Continue reading Teaching French to refugees and asylum seekers

Tour of the US Embassy’s George C. Marshall Center with Du Vernay ’03

A few weeks back, a group of Hamilton in France students went to visit the magnificent US Embassy's George C. Marshall Center, also known as the Hôtel de Talleyrand, with Consul for Western France and Hamilton College alum James Du Vernay '03. Mary Beringause '20 was there, and she wrote an article about the experience. … Continue reading Tour of the US Embassy’s George C. Marshall Center with Du Vernay ’03

Leaving party

To celebrate the end of the semester, we all gathered one last time for a warm reception filled with musical performances by the students 👏 We wish them a great summer full of interesting work experiences, and hope to see them again soon in the French capital or elsewhere 🇫🇷🇺🇸