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Let's Do Lunch
Hamilton exercisers spend their lunch hour running, walking, weight training, swimming or shooting hoops to stay in shape. More ...
Music Department Voice and Piano Recital on Sunday, Nov. 4
The Hamilton College Department of Music will present a free recital featuring soprano Rebecca Karpoff and pianist Fred Karpoff on Sunday, November 4, at 3 p.m. in Wellin Hall at the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. The concert will include Mussorgsky’s song cycle “The Nursery” as well as humorous American songs and works by Schubert and Strauss. More ...
Ice Age Extinctions Talk by Donald Grayson on Nov. 8
Questions about life in the Ice Age will be discussed by Archaeologist Donald K. Grayson of the University of Washington when he visits Hamilton for a lecture, "Ice Age Extinctions," on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Red Pit at KJ. More ...
Smallen and Leach Lead National Study on IT Spending
David L. Smallen, Hamilton College's vice president for information technology, and Karen L. Leach, vice president for administration and finance, are leaders of a national study that indicates colleges' spending on information technology is growing faster than their spending in other categories. The researchers who gathered the data said the survey suggests a widening "digital divide" among American colleges. The data, presented in Indianapolis at the annual conference of Educause, are from the Cost of Supporting Technology Services (COSTS) project. COSTS is an annual survey of colleges' spending on information technology. Most of the institutions included in the survey are four-year institutions that do not offer doctorates. More ...
Things That Go Bump in the Night...
“Halloween is not satanic,” says Hans Broedel, a medieval historian at Hamilton, “They have absolutely nothing to do with one another. Halloween was originally the Celtic New Year which was Christianized in the Middle Ages.” Broedel explains that one of the hallmarks of Christianity is that they adopt other holidays as their own; Easter is another example of this. He says, “The Celtic New Year became All Saint’s Day, then All Souls and our Halloween. There is nothing Satanic about it at all.” More ...
12th Annual Trust Treat at Hamilton
Hamilton College students will host the 12th annual Trust Treat -- a Halloween celebration for more than 200 Utica-area children, on the Hamilton College campus to provide a safe and fun evening of trick-or-treat on Halloween night, Oct. 31. The Utica children, with Hamilton student guides, will trick-or-treat on campus in the residence halls where costumed Hamilton students hand out candy and provide some fun tricks for the children. Some private societies and residence halls also will sponsor haunted houses during the evening. More ...
Hamilton College Establishes Fund for Families of September 11 Victims
Hamilton College, acting on the recommendation and generosity of several alumni trustees, has established an endowed scholarship fund for the families of the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist acts. More ...
Barbara Gold Chairs Panel at Classical Association of Atlantic States
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold chaired a panel discussion, "Doubleday Classicists," at the fall meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States. Gold is the president-elect of this organization. More ...
Werner Speaks at Meeting of Concerned Philosophers for Peace
Richard Werner, John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosphy, gave a paper, "The Noncombatant Immunity Thesis," at the 14th Annual Meeting of Concerned Philosophers for Peace at St. Bonaventure University, October 25-28. More ...
Fall Open House Program
On November 10th, Hamilton held its annual November Open House for prospective students and parents. The program featured Opening Remarks by Richard Fuller, the Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, and President Tobin. A faculty and student panel led a discussion about the experiences of professors and students on campus. Hong Gang Jin, Douglas Raybeck, and George Shields participated. Tours were offered and lunch was provided in the dining halls for all interested students. More ...
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