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Roehrick Lectures
Xu Bing, installation artist, and Britta Erickson, independent scholar, will discuss Chinese and western art traditions on Feb. 24th, 2001, at 3:00 p.m., in the Chemistry Auditorium. More ...
Adaptations of Bosnian Refugees to Utica, NY
A new report says that Utica, NY, has done a good job welcoming and providing for Bosnian refugees. The report summarizes interviews with 100 Bosnian families resettled in this area and catalogues psychological, social and economic adaptations of the Bosnian refugees to this community and the strategies they have used for successful adjustment. The report was issued by researchers Reed Coughlan and Judith Owens-Manley through the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center at Hamilton College. More ...
Refugees in Utica
Two Hamilton College studies examine the situation of refugees in Utica, NY. Associate Professor of Economics Paul Hagstrom released a study concluding that although refugees present an initial challenge to the Utica area they are a long-term benefit. Reed Coughlan and Judith Owens-Manley, through the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center at Hamilton College, released a study cataloguing psychological, social and economic adaptations of the Bosnian refugees and the strategies they have used for successful adjustment. More ...
ACCESS Project Featured
A feature article on the Hamilton College ACCESS Project appeared in the Syracuse Herald-American on Sunday, Feb. 18. More ...
College to Host Conference
April 5-7, Hamilton College will host a conference, "Exploring the Life and Legacy of Alexander Hamilton." The conference will begin on Thursday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. with a keynote address by Richard Brookhiser, author of Alexander Hamilton, American. More ...
Weekly Sports Highlights
Highlights of men's and women's basketball, men's hockey, women's swimming and diving, women's hockey and women's squash events for the week of February 18. More ...
Student Body Marches for Tolerance
On Friday, February 16, nearly 80 students, faculty and staff marched across campus to protest intolerance. Inspired by recent acts of hatred against certain students, the march was used to make the statement that the prejudices demonstrated by some individuals will not be tolerated. More ...
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Helping Children
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