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Love Me Tender
The Hamilton College Buffers, the all-male a cappella group on campus, carries on the annual tradition of "Buffergrams" for Valentine's Day. More ...
Hoops Tonight!
It's a full evening of basketball action as the women's team hosts William Smith at 6 p.m. and the men's team hosts the Statesmen of Hobart College, tonight at 8 p.m. This game is a battle for first place in the Upstate Collegiate Athletic Association. More ...
Environmentalist Bill McKibben to Speak at Hamilton
Bill McKibben, journalist and writer on environmental issues, will speak at Hamilton College on Monday, February 19. His talk, "The Environment as the Morally Urgent Issue of Our Time," will take place at 8 p.m. in the Hamilton College Chapel. More ...
Vietnam Historian Stephen Rabe to Speak
Stephen Rabe, professor of history at the University of Texas at Dallas, will speak at Hamilton College on Monday, Feb. 26. His talk is titled, "Debate Without End: Vietnam-25 years After." More ...
Weekly Sports Highlights
Highlights of men's and women's basketball, men's hockey, and men's and women's squash events for the week of February 4. More ...
Men's Hoops Friday
The Continentals host the Brewers from Vassar College tonight at 8 p.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The Buff and Blue is riding a 5-game winning streak into tonight's game. More ...
Robert Moses '56 Algebra Project
Hamilton alumnus Robert Moses '56, founder of the Algebra Project, a national program that teaches math literacy to rural and inner-city students, has written a book titled, "Radical Equations: Math, Literacy and Civil Rights"(Beacon Press). An article featuring Moses appears in USA Today (2/8). More ...
Hamilton student writes column for New York Times
Celine Geiger, a freshman at Hamilton, wrote an essay for The New York Times "Soapbox," about her experiences last year as she waited to hear from college admissions offices. More ...
Mens hoops defeats Middlebury
The men's basketball team defeated Middlebury College, 70-68 Tuesday at Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. Kris Fudge broke a 66-66 tie on a bucket, despite being fouled, with 24 seconds remaining in regulation. He completed the three-point play giving Hamilton a 68-66 lead. More ...
African Drums & Dance
Celebrate Diversity with an African drum and dance demonstration. Friday, Feb. 16, 12 noon, Fillius Events Barn. Featuring WOFA! Percussion and Drums from Guinea, West Africa. Co-sponsored by BLSU. More ...
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