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Reunions This Weekend
Reunion Weekend at Hamilton is May 31 - June 3. Highlights include the dedication of The Samuel Eells House, a talk by pollster John Zogby, the dedication of the ropes course, an exhibit and gallery talk by alumni collectors of the Class of 1966, the traditional lobsterbake, reunion parade with the bagpipes of the Mohawk Valley Frasers, Saturday cookout, reunion choirs and more! A complete schedule of activities is posted on the alumni Web page, www.hamilton.edu/alumni. More ...
Class of '66 Alumni Collectors at Emerson Gallery
The Emerson Gallery at Hamilton College presents a selection of works on loan from Class of 1966 alumni collectors. This exhibition was made possible by the contributions of six lenders: R. Steven Anderson, Michael S. Fawcett, D. Roger Howlett, Bruce Lundberg, Thomas J. Schwarz, and Woody Studenmund. The exhibition features paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, and decorative arts, and will be open through June 29. More ...
Eleanor Walsh Wertimer Presented Bell Ringer Award
Eleanor Walsh Wertimer, attorney and former executive director of Family Services of Greater Utica, and wife of Hamilton College Professor Emeritus Sidney Wertimer,was presented with Hamilton’s top alumni award during Reunion Weekend festivities on Saturday, June 2. More ...
Maggie Hanson '02 Takes 3rd at NCAAs
Maggie Hanson (Bowdoinham,ME) and Kate Nelson '01 (Omaha,NE), both members of the Hamilton College track and field team, competed at the 2001 NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships this past weekend. The Championships were held at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. Hamilton finished 21st overall out of 73 teams. More ...
Hamilton Philosophy Major Studying Neurobiology
Eric Feldman, a rising junior at Hamilton College, is foregoing the usual college student's summer activities in order to carry out a 10-week research internship with Herman Lehman, assistant professor of biology. Feldman is studying octopamine, an insect neurotransmitter, and the manner in which nitric oxide affects its functions throughout development. More ...
Pearl Harbor Movie Highlights Dorie Miller
By the time the epic film Pearl Harbor has swept across America, Dorie Miller, the first hero of World War II, will finally be well known outside the African-American community. Philip Klinkner, associate professor of government, devoted a chapter to Dorie Miller in his book, The Unsteady March: The Rise and Decline of Racial Equality in America. More ...
"The Producers" Wins Drama Desk Awards
"The Producers," the Broadway musical written by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan '51 received 11 Drama Desk awards, a new record. The musical opened in April to rave reviews and has already sold out tickets for the remainder of 2001. "The Producers" received awards for outstanding new musical, for outstanding actor in a musical, for the book, for the lyrics, for orchestrations, for set design, and for costume design. The musical has also been nominated for numerous Tony awards which will be presented at the 55th annual Tony awards on June 3. More ...
Tobin Op-ed in Newark Star-Ledger
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin wrote an op-ed about the need for increased federal support of undergraduate science education. The op-ed appeared in the May 21 edition of The Newark Star-Ledger. More ...
College Store Announces Summer Hours
The College Store summer hours will be 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Friday. More ...
Kirkland Project Service Associates
The 2001 Kirkland Project service associates for this summer are Rebecca Karb ’02, Ashland, MA, and Julie Loder ’02, San Francisco, CA. Karb will intern with US Public Interest Research Group (US PIRG) in Washington, DC,and Loder will intern with People Organizing to Demand Environmental and Economic Rights (PODER) in San Francisco, CA. Service associates engage in unpaid socially useful work over a 10-week period in the summer and receive a stipend of $3000 from the Kirkland Project, with matching funds from the Kirkland Endowment, as support for this work. More ...
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