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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 ...
Men's Soccer
The Hamilton College men's soccer team opened their 2001 campaign with a 2-0 win at Middlebury College on 9/8/01. The Continentals got on the board 26:09 into the first half as Lei Li scored after Middlebury goalkeeper Brian Hamm tried to clear the ball out of the area. Schuyler Gellatly sealed the victory for Hamilton when he scored into an empty net after Hamm tried to clear the ball away. Doug Bellard made nine saves for the Continentals. More ...
Field Hockey
The Continentals opened their 2001 season this afternoon (9/8/01) at Ithaca College, losing 6-1. Eden Self scored the lone goal for Hamilton on an assist from Colleen Trzaskos. Sarah Baldwin made 11 saves on the game. More ...
Cross Country
The men and women's cross country teams began their 2001 campaign against Union College at Saratoga Springs. Both the men and women's teams were victorious. The women swept the top three spots led by senior Maggie Hanson. Mac Weiss led the charge for the Continentals in the men's race. More ...
Women's Tennis
The women's tennis team was defeated by Nazareth College, 6-3 on 9/7/01 at Nazareth. Lindsey Schantz, Ana Venturas and Ginger Pearson were victorious in singles competition. Hamilton is now 1-1 on the season. More ...
Women's Tennis Loses to Nazareth
The women's tennis team travelled to Nazareth College for a match against the Golden Flyers on Friday evening (97/01). More ...
Faculty Member Elected to Academic Committee
Daniel Chambliss, Sidney Wertimer Professor of Sociology, last week talked on "The Cascade Strategy: An Approach to Transforming a Department's Intellectual Culture" at the meetings of the American Sociological Association (ASA) in Anaheim, CA. He was also just elected to the ASA's committee on nominations, which selects candidates for the major offices of the association, and is on the ASA's Task Force on Journal Diversity. More ...
Cavani String Quartet to Perform Saturday
Hamilton Performing Arts opens its season with a Classical Connections Concert featuring the Cavani String Quartet on Saturday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall. Winners of the 1989 Naumburg Award, the Cavanis are a delight to hear. This program will feature Bartok, Debussy and Schubert. Join the Cavani Quartet after the performance for an informal "Meet the Artist" in Cafe Opus, moderated by Hamilton orchestra conductor, Heather Buchman. Tickets are $10/fac. & staff and $5 students. To reserve tickets, call the box office at 859-4331. More ...
Hamilton Professor Awarded AREA Grant
Hamilton College professor and chair of psychology Jonathan Vaughan has been awarded an Academic Research Enhancement Award (AREA) grant from the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Strokes. More ...
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