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New Info-Line Provides Details on Carter's Visit
Hamilton College has implemented a new Information Line telephone number to call for details about the upcoming lecture by former President Jimmy Carter. Carter will give a free public lecture at the College on Monday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. Call 859-INFO(4636). More ...
ASB Not-So-Silent Auction Today
The largest fundraiser for Hamilton's Alternative Spring Break (ASB) program will take place today, March 1. The Not-So-Silent Auction will be held in the Annex, with silent auction items on display for bidding beginning at 9 a.m. and lasting thoroughout the day. A dinner (reservations required) begins at 6 p.m. and an oral auction begins at 7 p.m., with performances by Special K, Bobby Peru, the Hamiltones, and Tumbling After. More ...
Dean Gold's Mother, Middlebury '28, Meets With Middlebury President
Dorothy Simpson, the mother of Associate Dean of Faculty and Professor of Classics Barbara Gold, and a class of 1928 Middlebury College graduate, had the opportunity to meet Middlebury's president Dr. John McCardell, Jr. this week. McCardell, visiting Hamilton as head of the Middle States Reaccreditation team, presented Mrs. Simpson with Middlebury's Gamaliel Painters Cane, a symbol of institutional strength and character. More ...
Kirkland Project Brown Bag
Assistant Professor of English Naomi Guttman will present a reading from the poetry-cycle, 'Galactopoiesis' in the next Kirkland Project Brown Bag series talk on Monday, March 5 at noon in Schambach 108. More ...
Kaufman Named NESCAC Player of the Week
Hamilton College senior goaltender Mike Kaufman was named NESCAC player of the week for his outstanding play in this past weekend's 4-0 victory against Colby College. More ...
Sports Highlights
Highlights of men's and women's basketball, hockey, swimming, track and field, and squash for the week of February 18. More ...
Julie Dunsmore interviewed for Boston Globe article
Assistant professor of psychology Julie Dunsmore was interviewed for a Boston Globe column about "easing the disruption of business trips." The article appeared on Feb. 22. More ...
Men's Hoops in ECAC Tourney Tonight
The Hamilton Continentals Men's Basketball team takes on the Fredonia State Blue Devils in the quarter-finals of the 2001 Upstate New York ECAC Basketball Tournament tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 7 p.m. The winner of this game plays the winner of the St.Lawrence/Alfred game on Saturday afternoon, at a site yet to be determined. This is the 27th CONSECUTIVE appearance in post-season play for the Continentals! Be there and cheer the fellas on!!! More ...
Cheng Li Interviewed by Reuters
Cheng Li, professor of government, and author of China's Leader's: The New Generation was interviewed by media including Voice of America, the BBC and Reuters. More ...
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