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Award-winning Poet Mark Doty to Deliver Tolles Lecture
Doty is the author of five books of poetry, including My Alexandria, which was chosen for the National Poetry Series and several other awards. More ...
Hamilton College Athletics Weekly ReleaseThrough 11/4/00
Football loses to Middlebury; Greg Bemis (Enfield, CT) kicks 35 yard goal. Men's soccer goes to NCAA championships; Chris Steed (Pine City, NY) lead scorer. Volleyball comes up short at the NESCAC championships. In women's XC, Kate Nelson (Omaha, NE) and Jen Cammarano (Guilford, CT) led to a third place finish in the NYSCTC Championships. Mac Weiss (Deansboro, NY) led the men's XC to a fifth place finish. More ...
Hamilton Men Named to All-UCAA Team
Dimitry Maurice (Haverstraw, NY), Chris Steed (Pine City, NY), Nick Wilson (Cicero, NY), Doug Bellard (Garden City, NY), Schuyler Gellatly (Hopewell Junction, NY) and Andrew Paine (Kenilworth, IL). Perry Nizzi named Coach of the Year. More ...
Hamilton College Athletics Weekly Release December 3rd
In the UCAA Swimming and Diving, Hamilton placed first with Anthony Loeffler and Jen Kunz taking top honors. In women's b-ball, Hamilton defeated Utica College and Pitt-Bradford with Brenna Chiaputti and Jenny Russell in the spotlight. Men's b-ball defeated Hartwick and Maine-Prescott Isle, spotlighting Jim McCarthy and Kris Fudge. More ...
Hamilton College Athletics Weekly Release
Hamilton College Athletics ends the fall season with a win by the football team. Meanwhile, men's soccer and women's cross-country advanced to the NCAA Championships. More ...
Attacking Alzheimer's Disease
"I like knowing that my research can make a difference," says Jodi Leverone, who is in the middle of an extensive project to continue the search for an effective way to immunize the body against the Alzheimer's Disease. More ...
All About Asteroids
Mike Smith, an Arlington, Virginia, native, has been an avid stargazer since he was young, and now, as part of his Senior Project in physics, he is in the middle of an extensive asteroid research project. "In general," explains Peter Millet, professor of physics and Mike's project advisor, "asteroids are interesting to us because they may be comprised of primordial solar system material and can tell us much about how our solar system was formed. Plus, several large ones have actually hit the Earth and the Moon in the past (e.g., the lunar craters and the Meteor Crater in Arizona), so we like to keep an eye on where they're headed. Asteroids' orbits are constantly changing, some more rapidly than others, and exactly how they leave their benign orbits between Mars and Jupiter and enter the inner solar system -- our neighborhood -- is a topic of current research interest. " More ...
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