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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 ...
Professor Raybeck to Discuss Malaysia
Anthropology Professor Douglas Raybeck will discuss his fieldwork in Malaysia in a talk titled, "A Generation of Change in Kelantan, Malaysia: A 30 Year Slide Show," on Thursday, Oct. 25, at 4:30 p.m. in KJ 223. Everyone is welcome. More ...
Doug Raybeck in San Diego Union-Tribune
Anthropology Professor Douglas Raybeck was interviewed for a San Diego Union-Tribune article (Oct. 24) about the need for people to feel they're in control when dealing with technology. "Any technology that improves our control over our environment, or our perception of control, will sell like hotcakes," Raybeck said. More ...
Live Acoustic Music in Cafe Opus
Café Opus will present an evening of live acoustic music on Thursday, Oct. 25, from 9-10:30 p.m. The performance will feature original songs and covers (including U2, Radiohead and REM) played by Andrea Higgins, a frequent performer at Virgo Bat & Leo Phrog's Coffeehouse in Utica, and the guitar and mandolin playing of Matt Stringer '03. More ...
Crew Shell Dedicated in Memory of Matt Houlihan
The Hamilton College Crew Team dedicated a new shell in memory of Matt Houlihan '03, a member of the crew team who died last year. The dedication took place in Boston, where the team was competing in the annual Head of the Charles Regatta. More ...
Hamilton Senior's Project Funded by Women's Fund
For Hamilton College student Jessica Ambrose, what began two years ago as a project for an Issues in Education class has evolved into a formal journal-writing program geared to girls at six local middle schools. More ...
Campus Groups Collect Pennies
The Hamilton Intervarsity Christian Fellowship and the BLSU held a penny drive following the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The groups collected $277.95, which will be sent to the Salvation Army to assist with the WTC repair efforts in New York City. More ...
Employee Financial Planning Series
Hamilton's Personnel office presents "What is a 529 Plan, and is it right for you?" as part of its financial planning series on Thursday, Oct. 25, at noon in The Hub, Bristol Campus Center. Honorine Wallack, a Certified Financial Planner with A.G. Edwards & Sons, will highlight the features of 529 Plans and the questions one should ask to determine if these plans are right for you. More ...
Humanities Forum Will Feature Tom Wilson
A Humanities Forum featuring Associate Professor of History Tom Wilson will be held on Monday, Oct. 29, at 4 p.m. in the Red Pit. He will discuss Liturgies of Confucian Sacrifice. More ...
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