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Hamilton College Noted in USA Today Editorial
Hamilton College is mentioned in a USA Today editorial (Dec. 26) about heightened competition in college admissions. The editorial notes that "the University of California...is beginning to examine applicants' accomplishments and abilities beyond academic achievements based on grades and test scores. That's long been the approach of smaller colleges such as Hamilton in upstate New York. Last year the staff interviewed 75% of the students personally." More ...
Schuyler Gellatly  '03
Gellatly '03 Named to Collegiate Scholar All-America Team
Hamilton College soccer player Schuyler Gellatly '03, earned 2nd team Collegiate Scholar All-America. Thirty-three men who play college soccer in the United States were honored with this award. The NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America teams will be recognized at a luncheon on Saturday, Jan. 18, as part of the 2003 NSCAA Convention in Kansas City, Mo. More ...
A Baseball Dynasty by Bruce Markusen
New Edition of Markusen's Award-Winning Book Released
A Baseball Dynasty: Charlie Finley's Swingin' A's, authored by Bruce Markusen '87, tells the story of Oakland’s colorful, controversial, and highly successful teams of the early 1970s. This newly released edition contains added interviews with A’s stars Joe Rudi, Gene Tenace, Jim “Mudcat” Grant, and John “Blue Moon” Odom. Markusen is also the author of  The Orlando Cepeda Story and Roberto Clemente: The Great One. More ...
Sinclair Hitchings to Present Slide Lecture
As part of the Emerson Gallery Exhibit, "Whistler and His Contemporaries: Prints of Venice," Sinclair Hitchings, Keeper of Prints for the Boston Public Library, will present a slide lecture on Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 6 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium. The Emerson Gallery will host "Whistler and His Contemporaries: Prints of Venice" through March 30. This unique exhibition will present some of the finest etchings made by James McNeill Whistler, a leading figure in the etching revival of the late 19th century. More ...
Cheng Li
Cheng Li Appeared on CNN
Professor of Government Cheng Li appeared as part of a "Year End Special" for CNN Moneyline in December. Li was interviewed about the political changes in China. The program aired again on January 1. More ...
Annapolis Group Study Suggests College Choice Matters
Does the type of school an undergraduate attends really make a difference? A new survey suggests that it does. A comparative alumni survey, conducted by the independent research firm of Hardwick Day and commissioned by the Annapolis Group (a consortium of the nation's leading liberal arts colleges), has found that the undergraduate experience students encounter at small, residential liberal arts colleges is more effective in producing meaningful and lasting benefits than the education experienced at large, public universities and other institutions of higher education. Hamilton College is one of the original members of the Annapolis Group. More ...
Philip Klinkner
Klinkner Quoted in USA Today
Philip Klinkner, James S. Sherman Associate Professor of Government, was quoted in this article which focused on the voting records of Trent Lott's most likely successors. USA Today More ...
James S. Sherman Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner
Klinkner Interviewed by London’s Financial Times
James S. Sherman Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner was featured in the London Financial Times in an article regarding the United States 108th Congress and the lack of minorities in the Republican Party; there are no black Republicans in the House and the Senate. According to Klinkner, the Republican Party has collected the spoils of racial separation since the 1960’s. More ...
Michael Granof '63
Granof '63 Concludes Fall Levitt Center Lecture Series
Michael H. Granof, Hamilton alumnus and chair of the accounting department at University of Texas in Austin, presented, "Andersen, Enron and Beyond," last week. As this semester’s final Levitt Center speaker, Granoff not only addressed the Enron scandal but issues related to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Granof said his reference to Andersen and Enron was merely a shorthand to refer to all the recent corporate scandals that have transpired over the last year including WorldCom and Tyco. He concluded his remarks by emphasizing the need for visionary corporate leadership and a strengthened SEC. His opinions have appeared with frequency in both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. More ...
Professor Dunsmore discusses thesis work with a senior concentrator
Psychology Seniors Present Theses
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore organized senior thesis presentations in Psychology and Neuroscience on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Thirteen seniors made powerpoint presentations of their work. Presentations included research from areas such as Alzheimer's Disease, the eating habits of runners, and infant motor development. More ...
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