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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 ...
Message to the Community
Following the attacks of September 11, Hamilton President Eugene M. Tobin offered his thoughts and a response to the tragedy. More ...
Hamilton to Host Panel Discussion About Sept. 11 Tragedy
A panel discussion about the events of September 11, featuring experts in international relations, government and philosophy, and representatives of the U.S. Army War College, will be held at Hamilton College on Saturday, Sept. 29, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the College Chapel. The discussion, titled "September 11, 2001: How did we get here, where are we going, what should we do," is free and open to the public. More ...
Press Restrictions Could Grant Terrorists a “Victory”
As the Pentagon prepares to unveil new press rules for covering the war on terrorists, a Hamilton College government specialist warns that in “restricting fundamental freedoms like press liberty, we risk giving terrorists the victory they seek.” More ...
National Day of Collegiate Prayer Held
Hamilton College students participated on Sept. 25 in a National Day of Collegiate Prayer. Participants gathered at the map in the middle of campus at 12:30. Colleges all over the country joined to pray for America's leaders, and prayed that our country comes to rely more on God. More ...
Delta Kappa Epsilon Sends 200 Bears to NYC
Thank you to the brothers of Delta Kappa Epsilon, who sponsored the B.E.A.R fund which helped purchase teddy bears for children who lost parents during the tragic events on September 11th. On behalf of Hamilton College and the community, they were able to send more than 200 bears to NYC and the surrounding area. More ...
Student Organizations Collect Pennies
Hamilton's Christian Fellowship and BLSU organizations are collecting pennies to raise money for the Salvation Army to help with World Trade Center tragedy reparations. Stop by Beinecke Village on Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. to donate pennies. More ...
Crimes Against Nature
Crimes Against Nature, a solo performance piece written and performed by Chris Kilmartin, will be performed at Hamilton on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. The show is a tremendously funny look at the absurdities and contradictions of growing up male in America. Chris Kilmartin, author and performer, is an associate professor of psychology at Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, VA. More ...
Tuesday's Blood Drive A Success
The Red Cross Blood Drive held on campus on September 25 was a success, with all time-slots filled for donors to give blood. The Red Cross generally sets Hamilton's goal at 75 units - yesterday, 98 units were donated. Together, we reached 130% of our goal Because of the huge response by the Hamilton community, the Red Cross added 15 walk-in spots for donors. More ...
De Bao Xu Invited as the Keynote Speaker at the 2001 East Asian LLEEP Conference
Associate Professor of Chinese De Bao Xu was invited as the keynote speaker at the 2001 East Asian LLEEP Conference at Ohio State University this spring. He gave the talk “Multimedia Templates for Chinese and Japanese Instruction.” Xu was also invited by the president of the International Association of Chinese Linguistics to present his first personal linguistic book display at the association’s 10th annual conference in June at the University of California, Irvine. The display consisted of his 12 books in generative linguistics and Chinese linguistics (textbooks not included). More ...
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