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Pat McGee Band to perform at Hamilton
The Pat McGee Band will perform at Hamilton on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 9 p.m. in the Beinecke Village Annex. Since its formation in early 1996, the Pat McGee Band's grassroots growth has been phenomenal. The band, with rich harmonies and energized acoustic rock, has been selling out clubs, such as Irving Plaza, New York, NY; House of Blues, Chicago; Paradise, Boston; Birchmere in Alexandria, VA, and the 9:30 Club and the Bayou in Washington, DC. PMB's biggest sellout -- more than 7,000 -- occurred on July 2, 1998 at Wolf Trap's Filene Center, Vienna, VA. They performed on the H.O.R.D.E. tour in Charlotte, NC, and opened for the Allman Brothers Band in Buffalo and Toronto. The band signed a recording contract with Giant Records, a joint venture with Warner Brothers Records. More ...
Second Annual FebFest Scheduled
This year might mark only the second anniversary of Hamilton's FebFest, but a Winter Carnival was once an integral part of Hamilton tradition. Begun in 1938, the events of the Winter Carnival included concerts, dance parties, and a snow sculpture competition. Despite the popularity of this tradition, it died out in the mid-1950s. However, the Winter Carnival was brought back to the Hill last year in the form of FebFest, a week-long celebration of winter and a break from the monotony of classes and work. Most importantly, it is an opportunity for the entire campus community to become involved in an event that celebrates Hamilton and its traditions. In the tradition of the old Winter Carnival, FebFest includes concerts, parties, and various outdoor activities. New events have been added, such as the Gong Show, the Snoccer tournament, and the Wine and Chocolate Tasting. This year, FebFest will be held from Monday, Feb. 12 - Saturday, Feb.17. More ...
Home Schooling Web Site Launched
Mitchell Stevens, an assistant professor of sociology at Hamilton College, and author of an upcoming book about home schooling, has launched a Web site gallery of art by homeschooled children. More ...
A Good Deed; Urban Service Experience
Twelve students and Hamilton faculty participated in USE -- Utica Service Experience -- during the winter break. The participants volunteered at Utica-area organizations Hope House and Westminster Church. The three-day project was sponsored by the Kirkland Project and the Office of the President. More ...
Power of the Word
Power of the Word will be on display at the Emerson Gallery through Friday, March 30. The nine contemporary Chinese artists in this exhibition both celebrate and critique the conventions of calligraphy. More ...
Cancer Cures in a Sponge
Julie Rizzo '03 and Professor Robin Kinnel are isolating compounds that may be toxic to cancer cells from sea sponges. More ...
Jimmy Carter to Give Public Lecture
Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States, will give a free public lecture at Hamilton College on Monday, April 30, at 7:30 p.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House.

His visit is part of the Sacerdote Great Names Series at Hamilton, named in recognition of a significant gift from the family of Alex Sacerdote, a 1994 Hamilton graduate. More ...
Writer for Off-Broadway Hit to Speak
Eve Ensler, writer and performer of the Obie Award-winning play, The Vagina Monologues, will give a lecture titled, "The Vagina Monologues: Organizing against violence against women," on Tuesday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. at Hamilton College's Fillius Events Barn in the Beinecke Student Activities Village. Her visit is sponsored by the Jane Watson Irwin Chair in Women’s Studies, the Kirkland Project, Sexual Assault Center, and Women’s Studies Program. More ...
Examining the “Female Rock” Movement
Elena Wood '01 of Newport, N.Y., is examining the messages of social and political change found in the "female rock" movement. More ...
National Jazz Educators Conference
Monk Rowe, director of the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, and a lecturer in saxophone at the college, presented a clinic at the 28th annual conference of the International Association of Jazz Educators, Jan. 10-13 in New York City. More ...
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