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Michael Rothenberg in Daily News
Michael Rothenberg, a 1986 graduate of Hamilton College, was named director of New York Lawyers for the Public Interest earlier this year. The organization, founded five years ago, was created to supplement legal services to the poor in New York City. Rothenberg was featured in The New York Daily News in Clem Richardson's "Spotlight on Great People" column. More ...
The 2000 Census
The March report of the 2000 Census provides a look at race and Hispanic origin in the United States. Hamilton College professor Philip Klinkner says the numbers show a diverse but not integrated portrait of America. More ...
Governor Vilsack's Plan
Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, a 1972 graduate of Hamilton College, hopes to fight population drain in Iowa by luring immigrants to the state. Vilsack's plan is profiled in TIME Magazine (March 19, 2001). More ...
Robert Moses '56 featured in Boston Globe
Robert Moses, a 1956 graduate of Hamilton College, is the founder of the Algebra Project, a program that has won national attention for preparing students in largely rural and inner-city communities to take college-prep mathematics. More ...
Heart Run Final Standings
Hamilton College had a good showing in America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk, held on February 24. Hamilton's 77 participants raised $6,238. Top money-raiser was Director of Student Activities Bev Low with $501. Three students who raised significant amounts were Evan Endicott, $375, Jamie Skiba, $181, and Jane Long, $168. More ...
Peace Corps Prowess
Hamilton College ranks ninth among small colleges and universities in the number of alumni currently serving as Peace Corps volunteers, according to the annual list just released by the government agency. More ...
John O'Neal will perform on Saturday
John O'Neal, artist-in-residence of the Kirkland Project, will perform "Til the Midnight Hour, Sayings from the Life and Writings of Junebug Jabba Jones," on Saturday, March 31, at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall. More ...
Maggie Hanson wins 5000 Meter in NCAA Div. III Championship
Congratulations to Maggie Hanson and Kate Nelson, who competed at the NCAA Division III Women's Indoor Track and Field Championships at the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, Kolf Sports Center, March 10-11. Hanson had the Division III season's best time for the 5000 meter run. More ...
Alternative Spring Break
More than 70 Hamilton students are foregoing sunny beaches and exotic resorts for their Spring Break, and instead are heading off to do volunteer work in seven cities during Hamilton's spring break, from March 9-25. More ...
Hamilton College Choir Touring Italy
Sixty-five Hamilton College students are spending their Spring Break touring Italy with the Hamilton College Choir, led by Professor G. Roberts Kolb, the Christian A. Johnson Excellence in Teaching Professor of Music. On the tour, 65 members of the four-part choir will be making stops to perform in Venice, Bologna, Florence, Perugia, and Rome. The tour runs from March 12 to March 24. More ...
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