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Coach Grady retires after icing 304 wins

Citing health concerns and a commitment to family, men's ice hockey coach Phil Grady announced his retirement Feb. 26, shortly after recording the 300th victory of his coaching career. He will remain as a professor of physical education and special assistant to Director of Athletics Jon Hind '80. More ...
 

Artist Williams '73 visits Emerson

William E. Williams '73, professor of fine arts at Haverford College, has been photographing Underground Railroad sites across the nation for more than 20 years. Thirty of those black-and-white images, depicting sites in Central New York, are on exhibit at Hamilton's Emerson Galley through April 13 as "Uncovering the Path to Freedom" — a ­compelling and multilayered record of the region's history. More ...
 

Marco Allodi '08 on USA Today team

Marco Allodi '08, a chemical physics major, has been named to USA Today's 19th annual All-USA College Academic Team third team. He is the second Hamilton student in two years to be recognized by USA Today; Mary Beth Day '07 was named to the first team last spring. More ...
 

6 win prizes in public speaking

Six Hamilton students earned awards March 8 during the final rounds of Hamilton's annual public speaking competition in the Chapel. The finalists had been selected based on their performance in a Feb. 16 preliminary round. More ...
 

CommaFest: Fun with punctuation

A festival of grammar not your idea of a good time? Well, you just haven't attended the right punctuation party. But scores of students and others did just that on Feb. 7, descending on the Kirner-Johnson Building for CommaFest, an event hosted by the Nesbitt-Johnston Writing Center to teach proper punctuation, offer a little entertainment and serve up 30 dozen (hey, we told you it was a big crowd) comma-frosted cupcakes. More ...


Hamiltonians serve on King Day

The T-shirts worn by Hamilton volunteers told the story: "We must work increasingly to uplift this nation that we love to a higher destiny, to a higher plateau of compassion, to a more noble expression of humanness." The quotation was from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the occasion was the 10th annual Martin Luther King Service Day, hosted by Hamilton's Action Volunteer Outreach Coalition (HAVOC). More ...

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