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For the musical work by the English composer Edward Elgar, see Carissima (Elgar).
Performed by the Hamilton College Choir in Spring 2006.
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"Carissima" is the alma mater of Hamilton College, written in 1872 by M. W. Stryker. After Hamilton became a coeducational institution in 1978, the original lyrics of the song were updated to reflect the fact that not every student was male.
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