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Hamilton College Jazz Combo at Village Tavern on March 11
Enjoy the sonic stylings of the Hamilton College Jazz Combo, featuring Doc Woods, Professor Richard Stahnke, Keith Foster, Khori Newlander, Louis Bosso, and Dan Hilton performing on Tuesday, March 11, at 10:30 p.m. at the Village Tavern. The combo will perform tonight with Great American's Neil Thompson as a special guest on guitar. No cover charge. More ...
U.S. Diplomat John Kiesling to Lecture
Former U.S. Diplomat John Brady Kiesling, political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Athens, will speak about U.S. diplomacy on Thursday, March 13, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel at Hamilton College, as a guest in the Alpha Delta Phi Lecture Series. Kiesling submitted his resignation to Secretary of State Colin Powell, effective March 7, in protest of U.S. aggression in Iraq. Kiesling's lecture will be followed by a question and answer period. Kiesling spent 20 years with the State Department, most recently as political counselor in the U.S. Embassy in Athens. More ...
Greater Boston Alumni Association Presidential Reception
Please join the Greater Boston Alumni Association for a reception with President Eugene M. Tobin. Thursday, April 3, 2003 Harvard Club of Boston Downtown Club One Federal Street, 38th Floor Boston, Massachusetts Reception: 6 pm; Presentation: 6:45 pm More ...
Northern California Alumni Association Luncheon with Dan O'Leary
Join members of the Hamilton College Alumni Association of Northern California for a luncheon with Vice President for Investments and Treasurer Daniel J. O'Leary. Monday, April 7, 2003 Marines' Memorial Club 609 Sutter Street San Francisco, California Luncheon: 12 noon More ...
Maurice Isserman
Isserman Speaks at Harvard University
Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Professor of History, spoke at Harvard University as part of a panel on "The Intellectual as Radical." Isserman spoke about Michael Harrington, whose life he documented in a biography, "The Other American." The day-long symposium, "The Intellectual in American Culture," addressed other topics like intellectual conservatives and artists. More ...
Samuel Klempner ’03 and Sue Ann Miller
Klempner ’03 Awarded Sigma Xi Grant
Samuel Klempner ’03 has been awarded research funding from Sigma-Xi, The Scientific Research Society through the Grants-in-Aid of Research Program in January 2003. The grant will support Klempner’s research project, "Investigation of the Morphogenesis of Ephemeral Aortic Arches in Chick Embryos with Special Attention to a Role for Apoptosis in Their Removal." Professor of Biology Sue Ann Miller will supervise this student's research. More ...
Viewed from the stern the RSV Gould is a nest of activity as cargo is loaded for our research cruise
Punta Arenas
Antarctica 2003 expedition left Syracuse N.Y. in a snowstorm on March 9 to begin the long flight to the tip of South America where the researchers would board the RSV (Research Supply Vessel) Laurence M. Gould for transport to Antarctica. More ...
Sparky and Rhonda Rucker: 400 Years of African-American Music
James "Sparky" Rucker, singer (guitar, banjo, & spoons) and Rhonda Rucker (harmonica & banjo) will lead a humor-filled journey through 400 years of African-American cultural and folk history on Friday, March 7, at 12-12:50 p.m. in Schambach 201. Their presentation will include railroad songs, Appalachian music, old-time blues, slave songs, Civil War music, gospel, work songs, cowboy music, ballads and original compositions. Open and free to all. Bring your lunch! More ...
Vaughan Organized Round-Table Discussion
A round-table discussion, "Multiple Perspectives on Special Educational Services," organized by Jonathan Vaughan, professor of psychology, was held as part of Education in a Liberal Democracy sophomore seminar in March. More ...
Catherine Kodat
Kodat Elected to The Faulkner Society
Associate Professor of English Catherine Gunther Kodat was elected secretary/treasurer of The Faulkner Society. Kodat's review essay, "Faulkner and 'Faulkner'" has been published in the Spring 2003 issue of American Literary History (ALH). More ...
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