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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 ...
Runner Wins ECAC Championship
Senior Kate Nelson of Omaha, NE, won the ECAC Championship in the 5,000-meters with a time of 17:43.72 on March 3rd. Nelson and teammate Maggie Hanson, a junior from Bowdoinham, ME will compete in the NCAA Divison III Championship at The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh this weekend (Mar. 9-10). Nelson will compete in the 5,000-meters and Hanson will compete in the the 5,000- and 1,500-meters. More ...
Hamilton College Athletics Weekly Release through 3/4/01
Men's basketball, men's ice hockey and the indoor track and field teams were all in action this past weekend. Check out how the Continentals fared against the competition. More ...
Biochemistry Senior Presentations Today
Four biochemistry majors will present their senior research projects today (Wednesday, March 7) at 4 p.m. in Chemistry 112. The campus community is invited to attend. More ...
Revisiting the Past
In a Preservation Magazine article, Maurice Isserman, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History at Hamilton College, discusses the value of seeing historical sites, not just reading about them. More ...
China's New Generation of Leaders
Cheng Li, professor of government at Hamilton College was interviewed for a Washington Post article about the new generation of leaders in China. Li has written a book on the topic, China's Leaders: The New Generation (Rowman & Littlefield, March 2001) More ...
Hansmann Lecture Canceled
Gabriela Gonzalez's lecture, "Gravitational Waves: A New Window to the Universe," has been postponed due to heavy snow fall in the region. More ...
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