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The Mock Trial team at Cornell.
Mock Trial Team Takes 4th at the Cornell “Big Red” Invitational

Hamilton College’s student-run Mock Trial team took home 4th place at the recent Cornell Invitational tournament. There were a total of 26 competing teams. To add to the excitement, two of Hamilton’s attorneys, one from defense and one from plaintiff, won Outstanding Attorney Awards for earning 18 ranks (out of a possible 20). This means that the judges ranked them as being the best attorneys in their trials at least three times.  More ...

Dennis Gilbert
New York Times Publishes Gilbert Letter

The New York Times printed a letter to the editor written by Professor of Sociology Dennis Gilbert in response to a Jan. 26 article titled “More Fall Out as Middle Class Shrinks Further”  The letter, published on Jan. 30, was titled “Defining the Middle Class.”   Gilbert is the author of The American Class Structure in an Age of Growing Inequality, and often speaks to the media on related topics.  More ...

Sterling Xie '16, Jessica Tang '16, Sitong Chen '16, Bennett Glace '16, Phoebe Greenwald '16 and Holly Chen '16.
NYC Program Students Visit U.N.

Students in Hamilton's NYC program went to the United Nations on  Jan. 28 for a general tour. International relations concentrator Dimitru Kaigorodov ’16 contacted his former Hamilton professor Calin Trenkov-Wermuth ’00 who now works at the UN's Department of Peacekeeping Operations. Trenkov-Wermuth met the group and answered questions about his work there.  More ...

Bruce Muirhead
Paintings by Members of Hamilton Community Featured at UC

An exhibition featuring oil paintings by several members of the Hamilton community will be on display Jan. 31 – March 7 at Utica College’s Edith Langley Barrett Art Gallery. An opening reception for “Imaging Place: […considering the relationship of architecture/place/space]” will be Jan. 31 from 4-6 p.m.  More ...

Climate Was Right for HOC Winter Camping Seminar

A group of Hamilton students spent the last week of winter break in the Adirondack High Peaks taking part in the Hamilton Outing Club’s annual Winter Camping Seminar. Participants enjoyed camping, hiking and learning the fundamentals of living outdoors in subzero temperatures.  More ...

S. Brent Plate
Plate Publishes Articles on Jazz, Race, Religion and Architecture

Visiting Associate Professor of Religious Studies Brent Plate recently published several essays. His work has appeared as a book chapter, in print and in online magazines, as well as on a blog.  More ...

Spencer Gulbronson '12 (seated), Stu Hirshfield and Leanne Hirshfield '02 measure cognitive and emotional brain responses using non-invasive techniques.
Research on Human-Computer Interaction Published

“Using Noninvasive Brain Measurement to Explore the Psychological Effects of Computer Malfunctions on Users during Human-Computer Interactions,” co-authored by Leanne Hirshfield ’02, Stephen Harper Kirner Professor of Computer Science Stuart Hirshfield, Mathew Farrington ’12, Spencer Gulbronson ’12 and Diane Paverman ’13, was published in Advances in Human-Computer Interaction.  More ...

Catherine Oglevee '15
Catherine Oglevee ’15 Work at Mass General Leads to Published Paper

Many of us have experienced a technological glitch, whether the TV isn’t responding to the remote, or the dishwasher is starting on its own. While such glitches are typically an inconvenience, when the machine has the potential to detect life-threatening medical conditions, the stakes are higher. During her time at Mass General Hospital (MGH) this summer, Catherine Oglevee ’15, a chemistry and mathematics double major, discovered first hand that no matter how advanced a machine may be, none are immune to malfunctions.  More ...

Lisa Trivedi
Trivedi Gives Paper in New Delhi, India

Associate Professor of History Lisa Trivedi delivered a paper "Depicting Labour, Performing Labour: Working Women in Pranlal Patel's Jyoti Sangh Series" and Chaired a panel at a conference held at Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi, India. Drawing upon images featured in Refocusing the Lens, a photography exhibition featured at Hamilton's Wellin Museum of Art last year, the paper explored how the working class women depicted in the Jyoti Sangh series and by the photographer in 1937 played a significant role in creating these images of their laboring bodies.  More ...

Nigel Westmaas
Westmaas Critiques Global Inequity on Atlanta Radio

Associate Professor of Africana Studies Nigel Westmaas was a guest on WRFG Radio Atlanta in a Jan. 24 discussion on poverty and the global political economy. In the backdrop of the Davos World Economic forum Westmaas highlighted the growing gap between the super-rich and big capital on the one hand and the poor and global inequality on the other.  More ...

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