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Multicultural Utica: Real Problems, Real Solutions
"Can My Seven-Year Old Interpret for Me in the Delivery Room?" The Multicultural Association of Medical Interpreters (MAMI) of Central New York to present a theatrical skit. More ...
Hamilton College’s Department of Romance Languages and Literature to Host Colloquium on Cross-Cultur
Colloquium will take place April 7-8 at Hamilton College. More ...
Special Parking, Shuttle Service Planned for Archbishop Desmond Tutu Lecture at Hamilton College
Archbishop Desmond Tutu will give Sacerdote Great Names Series lecture on Tuesday, April 11. More parking and shuttle added. More ...
Hamilton College Senior awarded Thomas J. Watson Fellowship
Mark Siedner, a biochemistry-economics major from Dayton, Ohio, has been awarded a Watson Fellowship. More ...
Hamilton To Memorialize Famous Alumnus
Former Theta Delta Chi chapter house to be renamed Woollcott House in honor of Alexander Woollcott. More ...
Hamilton College Professor Lydia Hamessley is co-editor of new book, Audible Traces
"Audible Traces" examines how personal histories affect the ways in which we experience music. More ...
David Paris Named Acting Dean at Hamilton College
A member of the Hamilton College faculty for more than 20 years, his one-year term appointment begins July 1, 2000. More ...
News Brief: Maurice Isserman speaking about Michael Harrington
Biographer Maurice Isserman, W.R. Kenan Professor of History at Hamilton College, author of The Other American: The Life of Michael Harrington ,will be speaking in St. Louis, New York City and Philadelphia. More ...
Hamilton College English Professor Naomi Guttman Receives Grant
Grant from The Canada Council for the Arts Awarded to Professional Writers More ...
The Developing Democracy in South Africa the West Fails to Acknowledge
"South Africa is one of the most ‘hopeful’ new democracies in the world today," says Steve Orvis, Ph.D., associate professor of government. More ...
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