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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 ...
Thadious Davis
Scholar Thadious Davis to Lecture for Black History Month
Thadious Davis, the Gertrude Conway Vanderbilt Professor of English at Vanderbilt University will give a lecture, “Raced Space and the Souls of Black Folk: W.E.B. Du Bois’s New World Social Geography,” on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Her appearance is part of Hamilton's commemoration of Black History Month. More ...
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold
Barbara Gold Interviewed for UPI Feature on Valentine's Day
Classics Professor Barbara Gold was interviewed for a United Press International (UPI) feature article about the origins of Valentine's Day. In the UPI article Gold says love for ancient Romans was interesting, both to live and to write about, because it was painful, like a disease. More ...
Shayna McHugh
McHugh '05 Presented Poster at AAAS Meeting
Shayna McHugh, '05, presented a poster, "Investigation of Bioactive Constituents of Stylotella aurantium from Guam," at the national meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Feb. 13-16. McHugh, who had been awarded a travel grant by Merck/AAAS, was accompanied by Robin Kinnel, Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry. More ...
Gold Featured in Discovery News
Hamilton College Classics Chair Barbara Gold was featured in Discovery News, among many other media publications such as the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, the Boulder City News, and the Staten Island Advance, and regarding her recent analysis of ancient Roman love letters and valentines. According to Gold, the ancient Romans wrote of lust, pain, and hatred in love letters, much different from today’s cards of love, caring, and friendship. Although the letters may come off sounding harsh, Gold admitted that she admires the Roman’s passion and complexity: “they melded coarse obscenities with deepest expressions of sexual, erotic longing.” More ...
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