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Husband-Wife Authors to Read at Hamilton
Husband and wife authors, novelist Brad Leithauser and poet Mary Jo Salter, will read from their works on Thursday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m., in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center at Hamilton College. The reading, sponsored by the Hamilton English department, is free and open to the public. More ...
Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me
Evan Smith, '87, was a panelist on NPR's Sept. 29 show of "Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!" Smith is the editor of Texas Monthly magazine. This news quiz program airs weekly. More ...
Students Organize "Peace Rally"
A week after the terrorist attacks, students of the Peace and Justice Action Group organized a noon rally attended by many members of the campus community. The audience heard from students and faculty members on the history of the region, philosophy of waging a just war and appeals for caution and concerns about curtailing civil liberties in the United States. More ...
Cheng Li Interviewed by Reuters
Professor of Government Cheng Li was interviewed by Reuters News Service about China's leadership and its foreign policy in light of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. More ...
Former Federal Reserve Economist Comments on U.S. Economy
With the stock market's blue chip stocks in the biggest weekly slump since the Depression, all eyes are on Wall Street. More ...
Antarctic Exhibition in Burke Library
Burke Library is currently featuring a new exhibit, "Antarctic Exploration in the "Heroic Age." It was initially planned to coincide with the Antarctic conference (now postponed until April 2002), and focuses on several of the voyages of exploration in the early twentieth century. More ...
How a Community Heals
As the world reacted to the terrorist attacks, Hamilton employees joined as a community to take care of their own.

Photo: Kelly Walton and Linda Michels (standing) of the dean's office did their part by giving blood during the recent drive on campus. More ...

Class of 2002 Selling Patriotic Ribbons
The Class of 2002 will be selling patriotic ribbons to support the Fire Department of New York from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Friday in Beinecke. Donations of $2 (or more) are encouraged. More ...
Trick-or-Treat: It's Trust Treat!
Hamilton's 12th annual Trust Treat will be held on Halloween night, October 31, from 5-8 p.m. Trust Treat is a Halloween celebration bringing children from the Utica area, as well as the children of Hamilton employees to the College for a safe and fun evening of trick-or-treating. Trust Treat was established by the Newman Council and the Class of 1992 in memory of Eric Trust, a member of the class, who died unexpectedly on Halloween Day during his first year at Hamilton in 1988. Contact Fr. Croghan (4129), Emily Backman (2584), or Kurt Mangold (2574) with questions. More ...
Hamilton to Host Regional Peace Studies Conference
Hamilton College will host the annual meeting of the Regional Peace Studies Consortium, on Saturday, Sept. 29. The consortium is a group of colleges and institutes that are committed to engage questions of peace and conflict. The member institutions include Colgate, Cornell, SUNY-Oswego, SUNY-Brockport, SUNY-Binghamton, Syracuse, and Hamilton. The conference is held at the campus of a different member institution each year; this is Hamilton's first time hosting the conference. The schedule for the conference is posted on the web at: http://academics.hamilton.edu/workshops/peace/ More ...
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