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Hamilton A cappella Groups Hold Holiday Concert
Thursday evening the Hamilton College Chapel was filled with music from the college’s four a cappella groups on campus. Special K, one of the two all women’s groups, began the program with a combination of Holiday classics and popular rock hits. The Hamiltones, Hamilton’s co-ed a cappella group performed a number of pieces, concluding with “Roslind” written by their own Dan Hayes. Tumbling After, began and ended their performance with Holiday songs, but treated the audience to several rock selections including Merril Bainbridge’s “Mouth”. And the Buffer’s performed with their usual combination of humor and talent singing several rock classics and some “reworked” holiday favorites. For more information on Hamilton College a cappella check out the Performance Groups on the Student Activities page. More ...
Chaplain Yaakov Rapoport
Meet Rabbi Rapoport
As the first rabbi to hold the position of Jewish chaplain at Hamilton, Rabbi Yaakov Rapoport hopes to create a greater sense of community among Jewish students and an environment in which they can easily practice their faith. More ...
Richard Nelson '72 Pens Off-Broadway Play
"The General from America," a play written by Richard Nelson '72, is currently running off-Broadway at the Lucille Lortel Theatre, through December 22. Nelson directed the production, which tells the story of Benedict Arnold and his famous treason. More ...
Hamilton College Orchestra Concert on December 12
The Hamilton College Department of Music will present a concert by the College Orchestra, conducted by Heather Buchman on Thursday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m., at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts on the campus of Hamilton College. This concert features The Hebrides, also known as Fingal’s Cave, by Felix Mendelssohn, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 and Resighi’s Ancient Airs and Dances Suite III. Colleen Roberts Pellman will be the guest harpsichordist for the Respighi selection. More ...
Luciano Publishes Article
Assistant Professor of English Dana Luciano published an article, "Passing Shadows: Melancholy Nationality and Black Publicity in Pauline E. Hopkins' Of One Blood, in a collection edited by David Eng and David Kazanjian titled Loss: The Psychic and Social Contexts of Melancholia (University of California Press, 2002). More ...
Kaha Publishes in Qualitative Inquiry
Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Communication Catherine Kaha published six poems in the journal Qualitative Inquiry (Dec. 2002). These poems were drawn from an unpublished manuscript titled Threshold: Collected Poems, 1996 - 2001. More ...
"Peeling Presents Peel This" Is Next in Masculinities Series
"Peeling Presents Peel This" will be staged on Saturday, December 7 at 9 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn, Beinecke Student Activity Village as the next performance in the Kirkland Project "Masculinities" series. Peeling uses the performing arts and theater as vehicles for Asian Americans to explore individual stories, community building, leadership, and social activism through creative workshops, staged productions, readings, and related activities. Autobiography becomes a departure point for exploring race, gender, class, ethnicity, age, sexuality, and similar politics facing Asian Americans today. This performance, which is free and open to the public, is co-sponsored by the Asian Cultural Society, and funded by the Student Assembly. For more information contact the Kirkland Project at 315-859-4288. More ...
Doc Woods Conducts Jazz Ensemble on December 4
Associate Professor of Music Michael "Doc" Woods will conduct the Hamilton College Jazz Ensemble in a performance on Wednesday, December 4, at 9 p.m., in Wellin Hall. Free and open to the public. Bringing funk, swing, latin, and our favorite things to the hill. More ...
Astrid Helfant
Helfant Defends Dissertation at University of Amsterdam
Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Astrid H. Helfant successfully defended her dissertation titled "The Saccharomyces cerevisiae spindle pole body (SPB) and its importance in maintaining genomic stability via SPB duplication and nuclear positioning," at the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands. More ...
Professor  of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck
Raybeck Quoted in Dallas Morning News
In a recent article published in the Dallas Morning News, Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck discusses the importance of showing appreciation simply by saying “thank you.” “Saying ‘thank you’ reinforces a membership in a community and ‘a shared regard for one another’” the article explained. It not only acknowledges debt, but it is also a connector for something that was done for you. More ...
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