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In this Issue

Bicentennial Initiatives

The College embarks on a campaign to support its new need-blind admission policy, build new arts and theatre facilities and strengthen the Annual Fund. Why these, and why now? Campaign Chair Jeff Little ’71 explains the priorities and the mission behind them. More ...
 

Hitting His Stride

BY Dick Patrick ’72

Those who have followed distance runner Peter Kosgei ’11 through his nine national titles may equate that graceful stride with easy victories. They’d be wrong. In competition and in class, Kosgei is all about pushing himself to the limit. More ...
 

Burke Turns the Page

BY HELEN S. SCHWARTZ

The library is always a work in progress, and never more so than in the digital era. But the obituaries for paper and ink are premature, librarians say; the point isn’t the technology, it’s the information and how to access it best. More ...
 

The Hill in History: The Early 1900s

Prohibition and the automobile made for an interesting mix in the 1920s; a generation earlier, good friends Elihu Root, Class of 1864, and Andrew Carnegie transformed the Hamilton campus in a more sober fashion. More …
 

Point of View: What’s the Fuss over WikiLeaks?

Ambassador-turned-professor Edward S. “Ned” Walker ’62 argues that the WikiLeaks uproar did little damage to U.S. interests or image — because the leaks showed our diplomats doing their jobs well. More ...

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Class &
Charter Day

Students and professors are honored for academic achievement, leadership, excellence in groundbreaking teaching and scholarship during the College’s 61st annual Class & Charter Day. More …


Time to Turn Back Time

Reunions ’11 are just days away, with a stellar lineup of Alumni College sessions, social events, tours, honors and recreational activities on the schedule June 2-5. More …


Levitt Center Probes Youth Attitudes

A new poll by the James S. Sherman Professor of Government Phil Klinkner and his students finds that younger people are more open to cultural changes spurred by immigration. More …


Do Pundits Flip a Coin?

A research project by senior public policy students finds that political and economic predictions by news media figures are generally no more accurate than a heads-or-tails call. More ...


Women’s Lacrosse Run Ends

Colby nips Hamilton 6-5 as the Continentals’ 18-2 season ends in the Division III regional semifinals — the fifth straight year Hamilton has gone to the NCAA tournament. More …


NPR Features Hamilton Korfball

The award-winning Only A Game broadcast visits campus to cover the Hill’s second national korfball tournament, organized by Louis Boguchwal ’12 and colleagues. More …

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