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Hamilton College Athletics Weekly Release, December 3rd
The Hamilton College men and women's swimming and diving teams took first place at the 2000 UCAA Swimming and Diving Championships held at Hamilton’s Bristol Pool. More ...
Sylvia de Swaan, Photographer and Hamilton College Lecturer, Receives Arts Grant
The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts awards annually to poets, creative writers, visual artists in N.Y.S. More ...
Personals on the Web
Douglas Raybeck, professor of anthropology and Kirsten Paap, assistant professor of sociology, presented "HTTP://WWW.Search For Love On The Web.Com," at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association held in San Francisco, November 24-28, 2000. More ...
Young Voters May Determine the Outcome of the Presidential Election
The Hamilton NY2K student group conducted a survey to study young people's attitudes about politics; the findings were released Thurs., 10/26 in Washington, D.C. More ...
Young New Yorkers Less Cynical
"Cynical" is a word often used to describe the political attitude of young Americans. But when asked if they thought politicians were corrupt or dishonest, New Yorkers ages 18-24, were much more optimistic than their peers nationwide. More ...
Country, Bluegrass Artist Hazel Dickens to Perform at Hamilton College
West Virginia native Hazel Dickens, the "first lady" of old-time country and bluegrass, is considered one of the pioneers of women’s music. More ...
Hamilton Adding Cable Access, Foreign Language Channels and Satellite Videoconferencing to Informati
President Eugene M. Tobin announced that the College is expanding the information resources it provides to student residence hall rooms and classrooms. More ...
EDUCAUSE Leadership Award Goes to David Smallen,Hamilton Technology Leader
This prestigious award recognizes exceptionally effective leadership in campus information technology (IT) use and management, and mentoring of other professionals. More ...
Hamilton Professor Presents Research at Annual Wildlife Society Meeting
Biology Professor David Gapp discovered a diabetes-like syndrome in common snapping turtles trapped in the Utica Marsh. More ...
Interested in Science? Come Quiz Hamilton College Students on Their Research
They will be eager to discuss a broad range of topics including brain activity; self esteem; medicine from the sea; egg-laying preferences of butterflies; pregnancy and lowered breast cancer risk; and polarized gas. More ...
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