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Orientation Leaders pose with the College's namesake, Alexander Hamilton.
Orientation Leaders Help First-Year Students Settle In
As Hamilton's class of 2006 arrives on the Hill, 43 orientation leaders are doing everything from helping the first-year students move into dorm rooms to answering questions about the book store, computer connections and on-campus events. More ...
"Masculinities" Series Opens With Sept. 5 Panel
The Kirkland Project “Masculinities” series will begin on Thursday, Sept. 5, with a panel discussion, “What Makes a Man?: Intellectual Investigations into Manhood, Masculinities and Men,” at 4 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn. The discussion is free and open to the public. More ...
Levitt Center Announces Fall Speakers Series
Hamilton College’s Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center is sponsoring a series of lectures this fall focused primarily on issues relating to immigration and global citizenship. The evening lectures are free and open to the public. They are presented in conjunction with the departments of government, economics, history, sociology and philosophy. More ...
Lisa Ahn '06 picks up her registration packet from an orientation leader.
Hamilton Welcomes Class of 2006
Hamilton College will welcome the 494 members of the class of 2006 as they arrive on campus today (Aug. 27) to begin orientation. The class is comprised of 491 students; they come from 18 countries, as far away as Sierra Leone and Japan, and as near as Canada and Mexico. One hundred seventy-one are from New York, and 25 are from the Mohawk Valley. More ...
Percussion orchestra Spoken Hand will perform in February.
2002-03 Performing Arts Season Announced
The Performing Arts at Hamilton College announces an exciting roster of world-class professional performances for its 2002-03 season. From early music on period instruments to cutting-edge drama, the Classical Connections and Contemporary Voices and Visions Series have something that everyone will enjoy. All performances are general admission, begin at 8 p.m., and are held at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts on the Hamilton college campus, unless otherwise noted. Employees may purchase tickets for $10/performance, or $30 for any combination of five performances. More ...
Fall Music Faculty Concert on Sept. 7
The Hamilton College Department of Music will open the 2002-03 season on Saturday, Sept. 7, with a 20th-century retrospective concert featuring Hamilton College music faculty at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall. The concert is free and open to the public. More ...
Stevens Quoted in San Antonio Express-News
Mitchell Stevens, associate professor of sociology, is quoted in an article about higher learning institutions across the country revamping their orientation programs to include more activities to get students to bond with each other and faculty. Institutions across the country are adding social programs to their orientation schedule. “Colleges have become increasingly responsible for social skill of college students,” Steven says. “Many of these kids grew up with parents scheduling their extracurricular lives elaborately. They don’t have a lot of experience scheduling their own lives.” More ...
Director of Alumni Programs Jon Hysell '72
Jon Hysell, 1972 Graduate of Hamilton, Named Director of Alumni Programs
Jon Hysell, a 1972 graduate of Hamilton College, has joined the college as director of alumni programs. He will be responsible for building and supporting alumni programs that promote stronger connections between the college and its alumni. More ...
Visiting Professor to Hold Irwin Chair
Minnie Bruce Pratt, a faculty member at the Union Institute, Cincinnati, has been named to hold the Jane Watson Irwin Visiting Professor of Women’s Studies chair for the 2002-2003 academic year at Hamilton College. More ...
Raybeck Quoted in Newsday
Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck was quoted in Newsday on the planned anniversary media coverage of September 11. Raybeck, a psychological anthropologist, said that in the aftermath of September 11 most people have strived to regain normalcy in their lives and that the planned media coverage could erode their progress. In the Newsday article, "Covering The Terror, Again: First anniversary of September 11 a media event to remember," Raybeck defined a narrow audience for 9/11 coverage "Is there an audience for this… Yes, but it’s very small - those who were personally involved in the tragedy and the same people who gawk at traffic accidents." More ...
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