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"Long Night's Journey Into Day"
There will be a special showing of "Long Night's Journey into Day," a newly released documentary about South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Thursday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Red Pit, KJ. More ...
First Ladies Build for Habitat
Christie Bell Vilsack, a 1972 graduate of Kirkland College, and Iowa's First Lady, particiatepd in First Ladies Build, a project of Habitat for Humanity. The purpose of event was to empower women to meet the challenge of substandard housing head on by picking up hammers and building. Current and former first ladies and women governors led the women of their states in the effort to build at least one house in or near the state capital. The project, completed this month, resulted in 68 homes for American families. More ...
President Carter at Hamilton Tonight
In anticipation of another large public turnout for its Sacerdote Great Names at Hamilton Series, Hamilton College officials have announced special parking and shuttle bus plans for the lecture by former President Jimmy Carter on Monday, April 30. Carter will speak at 7:30 p.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. Doors will open at 6 p.m. More ...
Senior George Hatke Wins CASA Scholarship
George Hatke, a senior enrolled in fourth year Arabic in the Critical Languages Program, was recently awarded a one-year scholarship from the Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA) to study advanced levels of Colloquial Egyptian as well as Modern Standard Arabic in Egypt at the American University in Cairo. More ...
Emerson Gallery Presents Works by Senior Art Majors
Senior Art Projects 2001, an exhibition of works created by Hamilton College seniors majoring in art, will be presented at the Emerson Gallery through May 20. More ...
Tom Meehan '51 Broadway Hit
Hamilton alumnus and playwright Tom Meehan '51 has a hit on his hands with "The Producers," which opened April 19 on Broadway. More ...
Students Receive Prestigious Awards
Hamilton College students have been awarded prestigious national scholarships and fellowships in recent weeks. More ...
Hamilton To Award Six Honorary Degrees
Hamilton College will honor four of its own illustrious alumni, plus an education scholar and a jazz music great, with the presentation of honorary degrees at the College's 189th commencement on Sunday, May 20. Honorary degree recipients are Dr. John M. Driscoll, Jr., 1958 Hamilton College graduate and chairman of the department of pediatrics at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York; Dr. Paul Greengard, 2000 Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine and a 1948 graduate; Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot, Harvard professor and education scholar; Ralph Sutton, jazz pianist; Tom Vilsack, governor of Iowa and a 1972 Hamilton graduate; Melinda Wagner, 1999 winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Music, and a 1979 graduate of Hamilton. More ...
KP Research Associates Will Present
Five Hamilton College students, selected as 2001 Kirkland Project Research Associates, will present their work to the college community on Monday, April 23, from 4-6 p.m. in Red Pit, KJ. Students are: Jessica Ambrose, Redell Armstrong, Jamie Crowley, Mimi Pearle and Keithley Woolward. More ...
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