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Wilson Presents Paper at American Academy of Religion
Thomas Wilson, associate professor of history presented, "Liturgies of Confucian Sacrifice," at the American Academy of Religions Conference on Nov. 17. More ...
Hamilton Follows Suit on SAT
Hamilton College has said that it too will follow the recommendation of University of California President Richard Atkinson to stop requiring its applicants to take the SAT I exam. Debate has ensued between Dr. Atkinson and the president of the College Board, Gaston Caperton, reports the New York Times. Caperton maintains that "When combined, the SAT I and II provided the most accurate statistical snapshot of how a student thought and had performed in school." Dr. Atkinson contends that "The SAT I sends a confusing message...it says that students will be tested on material that is unrelated to what they study in their classes. It says that the grades they achieve can be devalued by a test that is not part of their school curriculum." Atkinson believes the test makes it more difficult for blacks and Hispanics to get into top colleges and "served to draw a rough line between students who had grown up with a rich intellectual home life, and those who had not." More ...
"Feminisms and September 11's Aftermath"
Professor Zillah Eisteinstein from the Politics department of Ithaca College will deliver a lecture, "Feminisms and September 11's Aftermath," on Monday, Nov. 26, at 6 p.m. in KJ Auditorium. This event is free and open to the public. More ...
Kolb Named NY State Governor of the NATS
Lauralyn Kolb, lecturer in voice, is currently serving a second two-year term as NY state governor of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. She recently judged both the undergraduate and graduate divisions of the Civic Morning Musicales Vocal Competition, which drew contestants from New York and New Jersey. More ...
Ben Moore '82 Ballad Debuts, Art Adorns CD Covers
Ben Moore, a 1982 graduate of Hamilton, is receiving acclaim for both his artistic and musical composition skills. Tenor Robert White sang an Irish ballad composed by Moore at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's 21st Century Commissions concert on Saturday, Nov. 17. White called Moore's work "one of the most beautiful Irish ballads I could want to sing. It made me choke up." Moore's paintings "Fort Tryone Park -- Morning," "Coxcombs," and "14th Street" provide the cover art for the latest CDs (Hyperion) of world renowned pianist Stephen Hough. More ...
Karen Green Returns for Gospel Music Jubilee
Former Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Multicultural Affairs Karen Green will return to the Hamilton campus for a Gospel Music Jubilee on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. in the Chapel. The performance will feature Kirk Hatcher of Montgomery, AL, Edward Menafee of Atlanta, GA, Dean Karen Green and students from Wells College and Hamilton students who are in the process of forming a gospel choir. More ...
Silent Auction to Benefit Hamilton Humane Organization
The Hamilton Humane Organization's Third Annual Silent Auction will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 12-7 p.m. at the Kirkland Arts Center. Bid on a wide variety of different items and help a great cause. Items include local artwork, restaurant gift certificates, music, autographed celebrity posters, massages, haircuts, tanning sessions and concert tickets. All proceeds benefit local animal shelters. The Humane Organization will accept donations for the auction until noon on Saturday. Contact Liz Evans to contribute x2990. More ...
CAB Presents Comedian Keith Robinson
The Campus Activities Board will welcome comedian Keith Robinson on Saturday, Nov. 17 at 8 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. More ...
Seay Presents Paper at American Academy of Religion
Visiting Instructor of Religious Studies Scott Seay presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion, Nov. 16-20. His paper was titled "Rapists and Arsonists: Racial Stereotypes and Capital Crime in Colonial New England." It explored how eighteenth-century New England ministers reflected and reinforced popular stereotypes of race and crime in sermons that were delivered immediately prior to public executions. More ...
Nancy Rabinowitz Presents Paper at Feminist Art History Conference
Margaret Bundy Scott Professor of Comparative Literature Nancy Rabinowitz presented a paper at the 13th Annual Barnard Feminist Art History Conference, held Nov. 10-11. She participated in the panel, Representing Classical Women, with a paper titled "Doing Gender with Clothes on Fifth Century Vase Painting." More ...
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