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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 ...
Gallery Talk by Sylvia de Swaan on Tuesday
Sylvia de Swaan, curator of the Duane Michals exhibit currently showing at the Emerson Gallery, will give a gallery talk on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 4 p.m. in the Gallery. Reception to follow. Free and open to the public. More ...
Field Hockey Loses to Vassar
The field hockey team lost their fifth straight game on Saturday (9/22) with a 3-0 loss at the hands of Vassar College. Sarah Baldwin made 11 saves in goal for the Continentals. More ...
Ritual Life and Religious Reform in Central Borneo
Matthew Amster, visiting assistant professor of anthropology, wrote a review of Kayan Religion: Ritual Life and Religious Reform in Central Borneo (KITLV Press) authored by Jerome Rousseau. The review was published in Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, a quarterly Dutch journal of the humanities and social sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania. More ...
Hamilton Community Support for Victims
In an unprecedented outpouring of generosity and concern many Hamilton organizations and individuals are giving their time and money to help the families of the victims of the terrorist attacks. More ...
Robert Martin, visiting assistant professor of government, served on as chair of the panel on "Reason, Rationality, and Democracy," and as discussant for the panel on "Theories of Republicanism at the American Founding," at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, in San Francisco. More ...
Women's Soccer Downs Hartwick
The women's soccer team defeated Hartwick College, 1-0 last night (9/19) in Oneonta, New York. Paula Dady broke the deadlock in the 76th minute with an unassisted goal. Brenna Chiaputti made six saves in goal for the Continentals. More ...
Sam Fulwood III to Lecture on Monday
Sam Fulwood III, a columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer and author of Waking from the Dream: My Life in the Black Middle Class, will present a lecture on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Red Pit. More ...
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