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Hamilton College Choir to Perform "Merrily We Roll Along"
The Hamilton College Choir will present Stephen Sondheim’s often overlooked "Merrily We Roll Along," on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 and 8, at 8 p.m., and Sunday, Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth, "Merrily We Roll Along" is a musical comedy in two acts, based on the Kaufman and Hart play of the same name. More ...
Isserman Invited Guest on Tom Clark Show
Professor of History Maurice Isserman was a guest on Wisconsin Public Radio's Tom Clark show last month. Isserman discussed the historical memory of 60's protest. More ...
Jin Chairs Panel, Gives Paper at ACTL 2002
Professor of Chinese Hong Gang Jin chaired a panel on The Role of Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Strategies in Chinese Language Instruction and Acquisition at the ACTL 2002 in November in Salt Lake City. At the same panel, she presented a paper on " The Role of Formulaic Speech in Teaching and Learning Patterned Chinese Structures." She was elected to the Board of Directors of the Chinese Language Teachers' Association (CLTA). She will serve on the board from 2002-2005. More ...
Hamilton New Year's Resolutions
Around the Hill reporter Amy James spent time ferreting out New Year's resolutions on the Hamilton campus and found it "requires a certain amount of detective work accompanied by a heavy dose of persuasion." More ...
Hamilton College Hits it Big on The Bandstand
In writing his new book, The Big Band Days: A Memoir and Source Book,, Jack Behrens used materials from the Hamilton College Jazz Archive. In addition, Archive Director Monk Rowe supplied Behrens with the book’s foreword as well as many quotes on the big band period. More ...
Writing Program Announces "Alexander Hamilton's List"
The Hamilton College Writing Program announced "Alexander Hamilton's List," a group of more than 100 students who have been recognized by the faculty for their achievements in writing in the Fall, 2002, semester. More ...
Hamilton to Participate in Cross-Registration Agreement with Mohawk Valley Colleges
Hamilton College is one of seven Mohawk Valley colleges that will participate in a new Cross-Registration Program, which will enable students at the schools to take courses at each of the other schools in the program. The program is part of a new Mohawk Valley College Consortium sponsored by Oneida County and announced by Oneida County Executive Ralph Eannace on Jan. 23. The program will begin in the Fall 2003 semester. More ...
Members of Hamilton's 2002 Heart Run team.
Heart Run This Year on February 22
It's time to sign up for the annual America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk, being held this year on Saturday, Feb. 22 at Utica College. Run as a team, walk with your friends, make this a team challenge! There are many ways to participate, from the 30k run to the 3 mile walk. Last year's team raised $6,454 with 89 participants, and this year's organizers, Marylyn Nassimos and Kelly Walton, are confident Team Hamilton can raise even more money this year. More ...
Gane Publishes Article in AlterNation
Assistant Professor of English Gillian Gane published an article, "Mistakes in the Contact Zone," in AlterNation: International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages Vol. 9, No. 1 (2002). More ...
MacDonald Appointed to CNY Library Resources Council
Assistant Library Systems Manager Peter MacDonald has been appointed as a member of the newly formed Digitization Committee of the Central New York Library Resources Council. MacDonald brings a wealth of experience from his work with Harvard Law Library's Digital Collection Pilot Project of trial transcripts, briefs and other documents relating to the International Military Tribunal and the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunal. He is currently developing digital access and preservation for Burke Library's special collections of Civil War documents, letters and other artifacts. More ...
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