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Chocolate 101 with Chef Stephen Durfee '85

Chef Stephen Durfee '85 is leading "Chocolate 101" at the Culinary Institute of America in Saint Helena, California on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. This special event will include an overview of everything you need to know about chocolate, a participatory event making candies with Chef Durfee in the Culinary Institute's kitchen and a buffet lunch. To register see Regional Events.  More ...

Raynard Interviewed for Inside Higher Ed Article About Buying Local
Patrick Raynard, general manager of Hamilton's food service provider Bon Appétit, was interviewed for an Inside Higher Ed article (11/1/07) titled "Campus Food From Around the Corner." The article concerned an aspect of the growing sustainability movement that encourages and supports the purchase of local products, thereby helping the local economy, providing fresher foods and reducing transportation emissions. "Students want to be part of the community they're in," Raynard said in the article. "The ones we talk to feel good about eating an apple that might have been picked that morning down the road."
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Cancer Survivor Christine Rathbun Presents "Reconstruction: Or How I Learned to Pay Attention"
Christine Rathbun, a playwright and performer, presented her one-woman play, "Reconstruction: Or How I Learned to Pay Attention" on Monday, Nov. 5. The performance was sponsored by the Diversity and Social Justice Project's "Health Matters" series.
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Hamilton Welcomes Families to the Hill
Some 1,900 students and their families will congregate on the Hill on Nov. 9-11 for Hamilton's annual Family Weekend. The weekend will include something for everyone, from athletic contests and concerts to a book discussion and educational family colleges.
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Renovation of Kirner-Johnson Building Continues

A mild fall extended this year's construction season thus enabling renovations of the Kirner-Johnson Building to continue at a good pace.  More ...

Fitness Center Receives Two Additional Awards
The Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Center has received another architectural award and is slated to receive another construction award in December, bringing the total design and construction awards received to five since its dedication in 2006. On Friday, Nov. 9, in San Francisco, the facility received the National Award of Excellence from the Society of American Registered Architects (SARA). In December, the center will be recognized by McGraw Hill Construction publications as the only facility included in the "Best of'07 Athletic Facilities" category. More ...
Reading of Student Creative Writing and Poetry
Students selected to read their work during this event:  Katie Naughton '08 and Emily Tang '08, winners of the Thomas E. Meehan Prize in Creative Writing; Christopher Parmenter '10, winner of the Adam Gordon Poetry Prize for Freshmen; Fiona MacQuarrie '09, winner of the Rose B. Tager Prize in Fiction; Rachel Richardson '09, winner of the George A. Watrous Prize in Poetry; and Nicole Dietsche '09, winner of the George A. Watrous Prize in Fiction. More ...
Reading of Student Creative Writing and Poetry
Students selected to read their work during this event:  Katie Naughton '08 and Emily Tang '08, winners of the Thomas E. Meehan Prize in Creative Writing; Christopher Parmenter '10, winner of the Adam Gordon Poetry Prize for Freshmen; Fiona MacQuarrie '09, winner of the Rose B. Tager Prize in Fiction; Rachel Richardson '09, winner of the George A. Watrous Prize in Poetry; and Nicole Dietsche '09, winner of the George A. Watrous Prize in Fiction. More ...
Emerson Gallery Tour
Hamilton parents, students and art enthusiasts crowded the Emerson Gallery Saturday to hear co-curators Susanna White, Associate Director and Curator of the Emerson Gallery and Bill Salzillo, Professor of Art, and Kym Giacoppe '09 give a gallery talk on the exhibition Edward W. Root: Teacher, Collector and Naturalist, and the sophomore seminar that was taught in conjunction with the exhibition. The sophomore seminar was designed to introduce students to formal and theoretical analysis of works of art through the study of the life and work of Edward Root, the pioneering collector of American modernist art and Hamilton College educator. Focused student-produced podcasts are available online at https://my.hamilton.edu/college/emerson_gallery/Root/podcasts.html . More ...
Bart Elsbach '83 Shows Work at OK Harris in New York
Bart Elsbach '83 will have a show of his work at OK Harris in New York City from December 1, 2007 through January 5, 2008. The artist will be present on December 1 form 3 -5 p.m. Elbach graduated from Hamilton in 1983 with a degree in creative writing and continued his education at NYU where he earned his master of arts. At Hamilton Elbach played men's squash and tennis and was a member of Alpha Delta Phi. He currently lives in Sheffield, Mass. with his wife and two children. More ...
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