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What's in a Name?
Following last month's visit by former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani - the latest in the Sacerdote Series Great Names at Hamilton - the Alumni Programs Office circulated an e-mail to the Hamilton community asking for ideas and suggestions for future speakers. More ...
Li Speaks in Paris
Professor of Government and Woodrow Wilson Fellow Cheng Li gave a speech in Paris to the Centre d'Études et de Reacherches Internationales, on Oct. 28. Li spoke on the leadership changes and institutional development in the China's 16th Party Congress meeting. More ...
Tom Vilsack '72,  re-elected Governor of Iowa
Congratulations Governor
Tom Vilsack, a 1972 Hamilton graduate, won re-election as governor of Iowa Tuesday night. When he was first elected to the post in 1998, Vilsack became Iowa’s first Democratic governor in three decades. Upon completion of his second four-year term, he will be the longest-serving Democratic chief executive in the state’s history. More ...
Castle '61 Wins Again
Delaware Republican Michael Castle, a 1961 Hamilton graduate, easily won re-election to his sixth term in Congress with 72 percent of the vote, according to unofficial election returns Tuesday night. More ...
Gold Publishes Article
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold had an article, "Accipe Divitias et Vatum Maximus Esto: Money, Poetry, Mendicancy and Patronage in Martial," published in Flavian Rome: Culture, Image and Text, edited A.J. Boyle and W.J. Dominik (Leiden: Brill, 2003) and released Nov. 2002. She is also president of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States and presided over the semi-annual meeting in New Brunswick, N.J., in October. More ...
Major and Konopka '02 Publish Paper in New Journal of Physics
Assistant Professor of Physics Seth Major and Tomasz Konopka '02 had a paper, "Observational Limits on Quantum Geometry Effects," published in the New Journal of Physics. (4 (2002) 57) More ...
Isserman Interviewed about Anti-War Rally
Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Professor of History, was interviewed about the anti-war protest held in Washington, D.C. According to Voice of America, the estimated crowd of 100,000 is believed to be the largest protest of its kind since the Vietnam War era. Isserman said, "It was a very impressive turnout, especially given that the shooting hasn't started yet. By comparison with the 1960's, it wasn't until the war was going for two or three years before you saw as many as 100,000 people turn out for a single demonstration." More ...
A scene from Romeo and Juliet '02, now playing in Minor Theater.
Tickets on Sale for Romeo & Juliet '02

The Hamilton College Department of Theater and Dance is proud to announce its fall production “Romeo and Juliet ‘02,” William Shakespeare’s classic love story told with an urban edge. Directed by Professor Mark Cryer, this fast-paced production is set in 2002 Brooklyn and features multi-level staging, a hip-hop soundtrack, and a cast of characters straight off the streets. The Prince is a DJ, the Chorus girls are streetwalkers, and the Capulets get down to disco. One thing is clear: This is not your parents’ Romeo and Juliet. “Romeo and Juliet ‘02” will be performed on Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 14-16, at 8 p.m., and Wednesday through Saturday, Nov. 20-23, at 8 p.m. There will also be a matinee performance on Saturday, Nov. 16, at 2 p.m. All shows are in Minor Theater.  More ...

Hamilton to Host “Excellence in Education” Panel on U.S. Politics Post 9/11
Hamilton College will host a panel discussion, "U.S. Politics Post 9/11," on Monday, Nov. 11, at 4 p.m. in the Hub at the Bristol Campus Center. The panel is part of The Excellence in Education series, brought to Central New York as a special collaborative project of the local institutions of higher education. Participants will include Utica College Associate Professor of Communication Arts David Habbel, Hamilton College Associate Professor of Government Philip Klinkner, and Visiting Instructor of Government Kristin Campbell. The panel discussion is free and open to the public. More ...
Three Hamilton Soccer Players Earn UCAA Honors
Three Hamilton College soccer players earned honors as UCAA Players of the Week for the week ending Nov. 2. Roxanne Hoek '03, a back on the women's team was named UCAA Women's Player of the Week. She had a goal and an assist in Hamilton's win over Manhattanville last week. Anthony Tripicchio, freshman goalkeeper on the men's soccer team was selected as the UCAA Co-Rookie of the Week. He had six saves in Hamilton's win over SUNY Geneseo last week. Senior Schuyler Gellatly was named Men's Player of the Week. He scored both Hamilton goals in the game against SUNY Geneseo. More ...
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