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Bradfield Interviewed About Economics of War
James Bradfield, the Elias W. Leavenworth Professor of Economics, was interviewed by the Associated Press for an article about the U.S. economy. "I think the war is something of a sideshow," said Bradfield. "The likely effect of a war is substantially less important than the lack of confidence among consumers and investors." The article also appeared in Palm Beach Post among others. More ...
Columbus, Ohio Alumni Association Reception
Join members of the Hamilton College Alumni Association of Columbus for a reception with Dean of Students Flossie Mitchell. Wednesday, April 9, 2003 Rocky Fork Hunt & Country Club 5189 Clark State Road Gahanna, Ohio Reception: 6:00 p.m.; Presentation: 7:00 p.m. Please R.S.V.P. by calling the Office of Alumni Programs toll-free at (866) 729-0314 or emailing Jackie Thompson at jdthomps@hamilton.edu. Location: Rocky Fork Hunt & Country Club; Gahanna, OH More ...
Two Hamilton Seniors Win Watson Fellowships
Two Hamilton College seniors have been awarded prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowships for 2003-2004. Chris LaRosa of Winsted, Conn., and Huy Huynh of Endicott, N.Y., were notified on March 17 that their project proposals were among 60 national winners of the Fellowships. In a competition each year the Watson Foundation selects and provides funds for graduating seniors from leading liberal arts institutions to embark on a year of self-directed, independent study while traveling outside the U.S. after their graduation. More than 1,000 students applied for the 60 Fellowships. LaRosa's project is titled "Shaping Media: Evolution Through Communication Technology: Tanzania, Uganda, Mexico, Slovenia and Finland." Huynh's project is "Acculturation in a New Nation: The Vietnamese Refugees." He will visit Thailand, Russia, Germany, France and the Philippines. More ...
Hamilton Students Touring France as Part of World War II History Class
Twenty-one Hamilton College students are traveling in France from March 15-24 as part of the College’s Sophomore Seminar on World War II. They are members of the class, "The Politics and History of World War II," being taught by Professor of History Maurice Isserman and Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner. More ...
Nelson '72 Musical Premieres at Playwrights Horizon in New York
Richard Nelson '72 is the director of a new musical, "My Life With Albertine," that premiered on March 13 at the newly-renovated Playwrights Horizon on W. 42nd Street in New York City. Nelson adapted the work from the French author Marcel Proust's multivolume novel, Remembrance of Things Past, with a score by Ricky Ian Gordon. More ...
Li Interviewed by Newsweek
Cheng Li, professor of government, was quoted in this Newsweek article which focused China's prime minister Wen Jiabao. Li said Jiabao survived China's power politics because his technical expertise in so many areas makes him indispensable. "He's a classic technocrat-brainy but not political. He doesn't belong to anyone," he said. More ...
Randy Dirszowsky, Sarah Doane, Emily Constantine and Sara Draucker
Antarctic Peninsula
Hamilton student Sarah Doane '03, Colgate student Emily Constantine '04 and Desert Research Institute student Sara Draucker are on an Antarctic research expedition led by Glenn Berger of the Desert Research Institute. These are their journal entries as they reach the Antarctic Peninsula. More ...
Li Quoted in Reuters Article
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in this biographical article about Wen Jiabao, who was elected Premier by the National People's Congress in March. This article appeared on Forbes.com. More ...
The 2003 Choir Tour begins on March 15 in Baltimore.
Choir Tour Begins on March 15 in Baltimore
The Hamilton College Choir will kick off its annual Spring tour with a performance on Saturday, March 15, 7:30 p.m. at the Memorial Episcopal Church, Baltimore. The choir will also perform in Richmond, Va., Blairsville, Ga., Chapel Hill, N.C., Washington, D.C. and Binghamton, N.Y. More ...
Clear skys and smooth seas as we head south
Crossing the Drake Passage
Hamilton student Sarah Doane '03 and Colgate student Emily Constantine '04 are on an Antarctic research expedition led by Glenn Berger of the Desert Research Institute. This is their journal for March 14. More ...
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