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A third-grader gets a hands-on science experience.
Myles School Visits Hamilton Science Department
Third graders from the Myles School visited the Hamilton College Science Department for a morning of science exploration. Students witnessed and participated in presentations and experiments from all areas of science. The goal of this program is to promote science curiosity and learning among children. This is the twelfth year that Myles students have visited the college. More ...
Michael Klosson '71 Nominated for Ambassador's Post
Michael Klosson, a 1971 graduate of Hamilton College, has been nominated by President George W. Bush to serve as an ambassador in his administration. The President intends to nominate Klosson to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Cyprus. More ...
Vladimir Rodriguez, Hamilton '06
It Takes a Community
The Clinton "A Better Chance" (ABC) House is located on campus and supported by many members of the Hamilton community. More ...
Hamilton Professors Publish Several Works Together
Leonard C. Ferguson Professors of Archaeology Charlotte Beck and Tom Jones collaborated together on works in 2002. Their first publication together was "Rocks are Heavy: Transport Costs and Paleoarchaic Quarry Behavior in the Great Basin." Beck and Jones worked together with Amanda K. Taylor, Cynthia M. Fadem, Caitlyn R. Cook, and Sara A. Millward to produce that work. Jones then published another piece with Robert D. Leonard titled "Natural Selection. In, Darwin and Archaeology: A Handbook of Key Concepts." The two proceeded to deliver a paper together at the 28th Biennial Great Basin Anthropological Conference, "Paleoarchaic Travelers in the Eastern Great Basin." More ...
Hamilton To Break Ground For $56 Million Science Complex
Hamilton College will break ground for a $56 million renovation and expansion of its Science Building on Friday, June 7, at 11:45 a.m. The ceremony, which will take place in the quadrangle in front of the existing Science Building, is open to the public. More ...
Margie Thickstun Delivers Paper on Paradise Lost
Professor of English Margaret Thickstun delivered a paper,"God as Father in Paradise Lost," at the 7th International Milton Symposium in Beaufort, South Carolina, June 4th-8th. More ...
Ambassador Edward "Ned" Walker '62 to Lecture During Reunions
Ambassador Edward S. "Ned" Walker, Jr., a 1962 graduate of Hamilton, will present "An Insider's View on United States Democracy," on Friday, June 7, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. His lecture will take place as part of Hamilton's Reunion Weekend activities, and is open to the public. More ...
Coming of Age in America
College 130, "Coming of Age in America: Narratives of Difference," is a course about what it means to come of age, especially in the United States, when (and if?) most people do so, and how and why we define and celebrate this idea in our society. More ...
Hamilton Poll Reveals Loss of Trust
A poll released by Hamilton College and Zogby International reveals that 85 percent of Muslim Americans believe the United States has always supported the Israelis in the Israeli-Palestinian conlict, reports the White House Weekly. More ...
Reunions This Weekend
Hamilton College will welcome back more than 700 alumni, plus their guests, when it hosts its annual Reunion Weekend, this year on Thursday-Sunday, June 6-9. Highlights of this year's reunion will include a Kirkland College Commemoration, with the inauguration of the new Chuck Root '40 Kirkland College Lecture series, featuring a lecture by Samuel Fisher Babbitt. He served as the president of Kirkland College from 1968-1978. Also on tap is the groundbreaking for Hamilton's new science building, unveiling of the Kirkland Marker, and a Service of Remembrance dedicated to the three Hamilton alumni who lost their lives on September 11. More ...
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