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Eric Kuhn '09 interviewed CNBC’s “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on the set of his “College Tour” at the University of Southern California (USC) this month. Kuhn’s interview will air on the season premiere of “TAKE 5,” USC’s premier entertainment show, on Friday, Sept. 21, at 8 p.m. EDT and 11 p.m. EDT on USC's television station “Trojan Vision.” The show will also be streamed online at www.trojanvision.com, on Los Angeles public access Channel 36, the Open Student Television Network and UWire. More ...
Chung Lectures at University of South Carolina
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Haeng-ja Sachiko Chung gave two lectures for the Department of Anthropology at the University of South Carolina at Columbia. On September 20, she gave a talk on her book chapter "Mizu-shoubai and the Sex Industries in Japan" from the forthcoming edited volume Routledge Handbook of Japanese Culture and Society. Chung discussed the legal categories of the sex industries in Japan by focusing on the legal term "fuuzoku" (folkways) and its applications to the industries. Her second lecture focused on hostess clubs in Japan as a part of mizu-shoubai (water trade) along with her in-depth ethnographic data from her book project. This talk highlighted the blurred boundaries between mizu-shoubai (fuuzoku sangyou) and the sex industries (sei fuuzoku sangyou). More ...
Li Quoted in BusinessWeek Article
In an October 2nd BusinessWeek article titled “Chinese Policymakers Turn to the Lawyers,” William R. Kenan Professor of Government Cheng Li spoke about the future leadership of China. In discussing the “fifth generation” of leaders and those ascending the ranks below them, Li observed that, “The trend is very clear: Over the next five to 10 years more lawyers will move into the driving seat of Chinese politics.”
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Gold Presides Over Panel at Classical Association of Atlantic States Meeting
Professor of Classics Barbara Gold attended the Oct. 4-7 centennial meeting of the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, of which she is a past president. She organized and presided over a panel, "The Past as Prologue: The Role of Classics in a Liberal Education," which included two college presidents, one former college president, two college provosts, three former associate deans of faculty and the president of the Teagle Foundation -- all of whom are classicists. She also gave remarks at a panel on "A Century of Developments in Classical Scholarship and Pedagogy" on the journal of which she is the editor, the American Journal of Philology, now in its 128th year.

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Chocolate 101 with Chef Stephen Durfee '85

Chef Stephen Durfee '85 is leading "Chocolate 101" at the Culinary Institute of America in Saint Helena, California on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. This special event will include an overview of everything you need to know about chocolate, a participatory event making candies with Chef Durfee in the Culinary Institute's kitchen and a buffet lunch. To register see Regional Events.  More ...

Chocolate 101 with Chef Stephen Durfee '85

Chef Stephen Durfee '85 is leading "Chocolate 101" at the Culinary Institute of America in Saint Helena, California on Saturday, Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. This special event will include an overview of everything you need to know about chocolate, a participatory event making candies with Chef Durfee in the Culinary Institute's kitchen and a buffet lunch. To register see Regional Events.  More ...

Raynard Interviewed for Inside Higher Ed Article About Buying Local
Patrick Raynard, general manager of Hamilton's food service provider Bon Appétit, was interviewed for an Inside Higher Ed article (11/1/07) titled "Campus Food From Around the Corner." The article concerned an aspect of the growing sustainability movement that encourages and supports the purchase of local products, thereby helping the local economy, providing fresher foods and reducing transportation emissions. "Students want to be part of the community they're in," Raynard said in the article. "The ones we talk to feel good about eating an apple that might have been picked that morning down the road."
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Cancer Survivor Christine Rathbun Presents "Reconstruction: Or How I Learned to Pay Attention"
Christine Rathbun, a playwright and performer, presented her one-woman play, "Reconstruction: Or How I Learned to Pay Attention" on Monday, Nov. 5. The performance was sponsored by the Diversity and Social Justice Project's "Health Matters" series.
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Hamilton Welcomes Families to the Hill
Some 1,900 students and their families will congregate on the Hill on Nov. 9-11 for Hamilton's annual Family Weekend. The weekend will include something for everyone, from athletic contests and concerts to a book discussion and educational family colleges.
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