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Faculty Concert Tonight
Please join the Department of Music for a Faculty Recital tonight, Friday, (9/14) at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall. Piano, voice, harp, strings and more. Reception to follow in Schambach 108. Free and open to the public. More ...
Terrorism: Thinking About the Attack on the U.S.
In response to the tragedy in New York, members of the Hamilton community gathered in the Chapel for an open forum, "Terrorism: Thinking About the Attack on the U.S." This forum was supported by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and the Kirkland Project for the Study of Gender, Society and Culture. More ...
Blood Drive Information
We are encouraging our students to take advantage of the Blood Drive on campus September 25, which is being sponsored by the Inter-Society Council. The Red Cross strongly encourages you to make an appointment because they have a specified number of technicians at the drive and may not be able to accommodate walk-ins. ISC will have sign-up tables in Beinecke next week, Wednesday, Sept. 19 through Friday, Sept. 21. More ...
Campuswide Open ForumTonight
Hamilton College will host a campuswide open forum tonight, Thursday, Sept. 13, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel, titled "Terrorism: Thinking About the Attack on the U.S." Faculty panelists will include Shoshana Keller, history; Yael Aronoff, government; Ann Owen and Tolga Koker, economics; and Russell Blackwood, religious studies. This is not a public event and is open to members of the Hamilton community. More ...
Hamilton Field Hockey Loses in Overtime
The Hamilton College field hockey team lost to Oswego State, 2-1 in overtime this evening at Hamilton College. More ...
Women's Soccer Opens Season
The Hamilton College women's soccer team opened their 2001 season at home this afternoon against Brockport State. Despite being out-shot by Hamilton the Golden Eagles were victorious, 2-0. More ...
A Study of the Aquatic Insects of the Polluted Buffalo River
Thomas Diggins, visiting assistant professor of biology, published a paper, "Cluster analysis of the Chironomidae of the polluted Buffalo River, New York, USA," in the Proceedings of the International Society for Theoretical and Applied Limnology (Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.) This December issue was released September 2001. More ...
September 11 Update
For news concerning the terrorist attacks as they relate to Hamilton College go to: Hamilton's Response. More ...
Soccer Games Postponed
The men's soccer game that had been rescheduled for Sunday, September 16th at 1 p.m. at home against Rensselaer has been postponed indefinitely. The game was originally scheduled for Friday, September 14th but had been moved to the 16th.

The women's soccer game that had been rescheduled for Sunday, September 16th at 1 p.m. at Rensselaer has been postponed indefinitely. The game was originally scheduled for Friday, September 14th but had been moved to the 16th. More ...
Lorene Cary Lecture Cancelled
The lecture by author Lorene Cary scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 13 has been cancelled. More ...
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