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Film and Talk on Thursday
A film and lecture,"Slave Routes: A Trail So Long Gone," will be presented by Professor Kofi Anyidoho, visiting writer-in-residence, Columbia University, on Thursday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. in the Red Pit (KJ-109). Sponsored by the Department of English with co-sponsorship from the Office of the President, HEOP, Dean of Faculty, Dean of Students, departments and programs of Africana Studies, Comparative Literature, Government, History, the BLSU and La Vanguardia. More ...
Bonnie Urciuoli is Think Tank Guest
Professor of Anthropology Bonnie Urciuoli was guest speaker at the weekly Think Tank. Her topic was "Imagining the Campus Community." Think Tank is sponsored by the Levitt Center. More ...
10 Students Elected to Phi Beta Kappa
Ten seniors were recently elected to the Epsilon Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at Hamilton College. They are Meira Barrett, Bridget Collins, Katherine Dewart, Tyler Greenfield, Julie Krudenier, Luciana Maxim, Martin Nedbal, Krystyn Schmerbeck, Amanda Taylor and Colleen Trzaskos. Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most prestigious honor society in the country. Students are elected to membership in recognition of their exceptional academic achievement in fulfilling the goals and purposes of the college. More ...
Hamilton Students Named to All-Academic Squad
Fourteen student-athletes have been named to the 2001 Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association Fall All-Academic team. More ...
Hamilton College Summer Researchers Present at Poster Session
On October 19th students presented the results of summer research carried out through Hamilton's Summer Science Research Program at an informal gathering in the Fillius Events Barn. The Poster Session, which takes place each fall during Family Weekend, provides students with an opportunity to talk about their research and interests with peers, family members and faculty. More ...
Vivyan Adair Lecture in KP Series
The Kirkland Project's 2001-02 series,"The Body in Question," will continue on Thursday, Oct. 25, with a lecture by Vivyan Adair, assistant professor of women's studies. The lecture, titled "Branded with Infamy: Bodily Inscriptions of Poverty," will begin at 4:15 p.m. in KJ Red Pit. Refreshments by Cafe Opus available before the talk. Free and open to the public. More ...
Elgren Lectures at the University of Rochester
Associate Dean of Faculty and Associate Professor of Chemistry Tim Elgren presented, "Sol-Gel Encapsulation of Horseradish Peroxidase: A Novel Catalytic Material," an invited lecture at the University of Rochester. More ...
Nobel Peace Prize
The awarding of this year's Nobel Peace Prize to Secretary General Kofi Annan and the United Nations rekindles proud memories of Elihu Root, a Hamilton statesman who received the prize in 1912. Root, an 1864 graduate of Hamilton College, dedicated a large part of his life to the cause of international arbitration, and was the first president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Root graduated first in his class at Hamilton, then went on to become Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt and later a U.S. Senator. More ...
HT Chen and Dancers to Perform “Bian Dan ”
The Performing Arts at Hamilton and the Mohawk Valley Dance Partnership will present HT Chen and Dancers in a work titled "Bian Dan," on Saturday, Oct. 27, at 8 p.m. at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. Eighteen local residents and 11 Hamitlon College students will perform in "Bian Dan." More ...
Elliot Aronson Presents James S. Plant Lecture
Elliot Aronson, one of the world’s leading social psychologists, will analyze the root cause of the Columbine shootings when he gives the Plant Lecture at Hamilton College on Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. Aronson will discuss 30 years of his own research on how to promote empathy and compassion among students and will suggest how the application of this research could have prevented the Columbine tragedy. His talk, "Could the Columbine Massacre Have Been Prevented? You Bet Your Life." The Plant Lecture is free and open to the public. More ...
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