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The Pittsburgh Post Gazette Features Esther Barazzonne
Esther Barazzonne, a graduate of Kirkland College and now the president of Chatham College, was recently featured in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. The article highlighted her relationship with her long-time mentor, former Kirkland College junior faculty member Elizabeth McCormack. Barazzonne confessed that her relationship with McCormack allowed her to see things more clearly, whether the conversations pertained to academics, career, family or personal and social endeavors. More ...
Erik Jacobsen '97 in Antarctica
Jacobsen '97/Eugene Domack Publish Paper
Erik Jacobsen '97, with his faculty advisor Professor of Geology Eugene Domack, published a paper in the Bulletin in Quaternary and Geomorphology. This paper, "Late Pleistocene-Holocene retreat of the West Antarctic Ice-Sheet System in the Ross Sea: Part 2 - Sedimentologic and Stratigraphic Signature," has been nominated for the prestigious Geological Society of America Kirk Bryan Award. More ...
Political scientist Adolph Reed
Author, Political Scientist Adolph Reed to Lecture for Black History Month
Adolph Reed, author and professor of political science at the New School for Social Research, discussed, ?W. E. B. Du Bois and the *Souls of Black Folk* 100 Years Later: Race and Politics in Post-Jim Crow America,? February 17 in the Chapel at Hamilton College. The lecture was held to commemorate Black History Month at Hamilton. Adolph Reed, author and professor of political science at the New School for Social Research, discussed, ?W. E. B. Du Bois and the *Souls of Black Folk* 100 Years Later: Race and Politics in Post-Jim Crow America,? February 17 in the Chapel at Hamilton College. The lecture was held to commemorate Black History Month at Hamilton. More ...
Gold Interviewed About Ancient vs. Modern Expressions of Love
Barbara Gold, chair of Hamilton's Classics Department, was interviewed for a story about Valentine's Day expressions of love on the Discovery.com Web site. Gold analyzed writings from ancient Rome and sentiments in modern cards and found Romans had a very different view of love from that of today's couples. More ...
John Freyer '95
Freyer '95 Sold His Belongings on eBay
John Freyer ’95, the author of All My Life for Sale, spoke to an audience of nearly 50 students in the Kirner-Johnson Auditorium. Freyer’s talk was sponsored by the government department and the Writing Program. More ...
Hamilton and Sigma Phi Agree to Terms
Hamilton College and Sigma Phi Society have come to terms agreeing to the sale of the organization’s chapter house to the college. More ...
Barbara Gold Piece Featured on Poppolitics.com
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold wrote an essay about "Valentines from Ancient Rome" which was featured on the poppolitics.com Web site. More ...
Luciano Interviewed for New York Times Article About Hoarding Computers
Assistant Professor of English Dana Luciano is mentioned in a New York Times article (2/13/03) about the difficulties in getting rid of old and obsolete computers. System administrator Jenn Sturm is also quoted. More ...
The Buffers visit C&D
Happy Valentine's Day
The Buffers, Hamilton's all male a capella group, continued a Valentine's Day tradition by delivering singing Buffergrams to people all over campus. More ...
Trivedi Lectured at Pennsylvania State Univ.
Assistant Professor of History Lisa Trivedi was invited to the present a lecture at Pennsylvania State University. Trivedi's talk, "Rendering Women (In)Visible?: The Nationalist Politics of Dress in India," was given in February. More ...
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