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Sports Highlights
Highlights of men's and women's basketball, hockey, swimming, track and field, and squash for the week of February 18. More ...
Julie Dunsmore interviewed for Boston Globe article
Assistant professor of psychology Julie Dunsmore was interviewed for a Boston Globe column about "easing the disruption of business trips." The article appeared on Feb. 22. More ...
Men's Hoops in ECAC Tourney Tonight
The Hamilton Continentals Men's Basketball team takes on the Fredonia State Blue Devils in the quarter-finals of the 2001 Upstate New York ECAC Basketball Tournament tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. The winner of this game plays the winner of the St.Lawrence/Alfred game on Saturday afternoon, at a site yet to be determined. This is the 27th CONSECUTIVE appearance in post-season play for the Continentals! Be there and cheer the fellas on!!! More ...
Cheng Li Interviewed by Reuters
Cheng Li, professor of government, and author of China's Leader's: The New Generation was interviewed by media including Voice of America, the BBC and Reuters. More ...
Hamilton Junior Presented at CUR
Heather VanGuilder, a junior majoring in neuroscience and philosophy, represented Hamilton College at the annual Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) "Posters on the Hill" session, held last week in Washington D.C. She presented the findings of summer research in the biochemistry/neurochemistry field carried out in collaboration with chemistry professor Tim Elgren. More ...
Economic Impact of Refugees
A Hamilton study examining the economic impact of Utica's refugee population concludes that although refugees present an initial challenge to this area, they are a long-term benefit. More ...
Gabriela Gonzalez 2001 Hansmann Lecturer
Gabriela Gonzalez, member of the new National Science Foundation-funded Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) Project, will deliver the Ralph E. and Doris M. Hansmann Lecture at Hamilton College on Monday, April 16, at 8 p.m. in the Kirner-Johnson Auditorium. The lecture, "Gravitational Waves: A New Window to the Universe," is free and open to the public. More ...
Miriam Ching Louie to Lecture Tonight
Miriam Ching Louie, board member of the Women of Color Resource Center, will deliver a talk at Hamilton College, "Immigrant Women Workers Take on the Global Sweatshop," on Tuesday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Red Pit at Kirner-Johnson. More ...
Mark Nizer to Perform on Friday, March 2
Since winning first place in the International Juggling Championships and Collegiate Entertainer of the Year, Mark Nizer has changed the way people view the world. The impossible is possible, the improbable is probable. More ...
Track and Field Results
The men and women's indoor track and field teams competed at the NYSCTC Championships this past weekend at SUNY Fredonia. The women finished in fourth place overall, while the men were 10th. More ...
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