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Annual Christmas Mass on Sunday, December 15
The Newman Community will hold its annual Christmas Mass on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 11 p.m. in the Chapel. The Mass will feature music by the Hamilton College Choir, directed by Music Professor G. Roberts Kolb. All are welcome. A reception in the Bristol Campus Center will follow the service. More ...
2002 Town-Gown Grant Recipients Announced
Nine grants totaling $20,000 were recently awarded from the Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund to educational, cultural and public safety organizations in the Town of Kirkland. Awards ranged from $7,875 to the Kirkland Police Department to purchase a Traffic Speed Display Trailer to $500 to the Clinton Central School District for supplies and materials to support volunteer activity at the elementary school. More ...
Eugene Domack
Domack Quoted in AP and Knight Ridder Articles
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack presented his research on the Antarctic Larsen B ice shelf at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco and was quoted in Associated Press and Knight Ridder articles. More ...
President Eugene Tobin, Vivyan Adair, NY Sen. Ray Meier and ACCESS student Monita Webb
Senator Ray Meier Secures $500,000 for ACCESS Project's 2002-03 Class
New York State Senator Raymond A. Meier, R-C, Western, visited the ACCESS Project at Hamilton on Dec. 9 to announce that he was able to secure $500,000 through the 2002-2003 New York State budget to continue the Project. Meier met with Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin and Director of the ACCESS Project Vivyan Adair, as well as some ACCESS Project students.

ACCESS is a comprehensive program designed to provide low-income parents in Central New York with all of the support necessary to thrive in an academic community. The ACCESS program provides an intensive and fully supported introduction to liberal arts education, coupled with extensive long-term educational, social service, employment, and family services support.  More ...

Andersen, Enron and Beyond
Michael H. Granof '63, the Ernst and Young Distinguished Centennial Professor of Accounting at the University of Texas at Austin and Distinguished Teaching Professor, will speak about the Enron debacle on Friday, Dec. 13, at 1:30 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium. Granof has had several pieces on this subject published in the Op-Ed section of the New York Times. His lecture is sponsored by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center speaker series. More ...
Mohawk Valley Alumni Association Discussion & Reception
Registration: 5:00 p.m.; Discussion: 5:15 p.m.; Reception: 6:15 p.m. $16 per person; $11 for the Classes of 1998-2002 (Cost includes open bar and hors d'oeuvres) Please R.S.V.P by calling the Office of Alumni Programs at 859-4818 or emailing Jackie Thompson at jdthomps@hamilton.edu. More ...
Luciano Presented Two Conference Papers
Assistant Professor of English Dana Luciano gave two conference papers in December: "Bio-Politics and Necro-Erotics in 19th-Century Queer Female Gothic," for the American Women's Gothic panel at the American Literature Association's 2002 symposium on American Gothic in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; and "Missing: National Mourning and Cosmopolitan Melancholia after 9/11," for the Altars, Rituals and Testimonies session at the Modern Language Association Convention, New York. More ...
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Reaching Out to Those in Need
It's the season to give to those in need. The news reports are of soup kitchens struggling to keep up, homeless shelters utilized to capacity and more families seeking assistance. Members of the Hamilton community reach out in many ways. Some contribute through their normal volunteer activities like 4-H or the Scouts, others give individually, and some offices get organized to “adopt a family,” fill food baskets, bake cookies or make donations to local charities. More ...
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 ...
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