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The May 4 episode of Foreign Exchange, a weekly, half-hour international affairs series presented to the PBS system by Oregon Public Broadcasting, features Cheng Li, William R. Kenan Professor of Government and senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. Li was interviewed by acclaimed global journalist Daljit Dhaliwal in a discussion of the Chinese perspective on the human rights demonstrations that have cast a shadow over the 2008 Beijing Olympics. More ...
De Swaan Exhibits at Kirkland Art Center
The drawing, painting, photography and printmaking of 14 locally based artists including Visiting Instructor of Art Sylvia de Swaan will be featured at an exhibition titled "Open Focus" at the Kirkland Art Center in Clinton. The opening reception will be held on Sunday, May 11, from 3 to 5 p.m. The exhibition runs through June 4. Other artists in the exhibition include several Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor professors. More ...
De Swaan Exhibits at Kirkland Art Center
The drawing, painting, photography and printmaking of 14 locally based artists including Visiting Instructor of Art Sylvia de Swaan will be featured at an exhibition titled "Open Focus" at the Kirkland Art Center in Clinton. The opening reception will be held on Sunday, May 11, from 3 to 5 p.m. The exhibition runs through June 4. Other artists in the exhibition include several Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor professors. More ...
Horseradish and Hops on the Hamilton Campus
"No no that's the horseradish." "Just leave the mint out for now. There's something else that goes there." "I have some more seeds for you, and Janet is bringing the lemon balm." Directions, suggestions and observations emanated from the 1812 Heritage Garden as students began planting the garden's first rows of vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs on a recent sunny May afternoon. The garden is a one of the centerpiece's of this spring's "Food for Thought: The Science, Culture, and Politics of Food" course taught by Professor of Biology David Gapp and Associate Professor of Russian Frank Sciacca. More ...
Class of 2008 Gift Exceeds $50K
This year's class gift has reached record levels, exceeding $50,000 in contributions from seniors, parents and trustees. Senior participation in the class gift is nearing 93 percent, making this the 15th year that the senior class gift has exceeded 90 percent participation. 
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Women's Lacrosse Player Named Nike Division III Player of the Week
Hamilton College women's lacrosse player Sarah Bray '11 was named Nike Division III Player of the Week by Inside Lacrosse on May 20. More ...
Womyn's Energy Week
The Committee for Kirkland College hosted a brunch on-campus on Sunday, April 6, to help the Womyn's Center kick off Womyn's Energy Week.  More ...
Levitt Fellow Rachel Bigelow '10 Continues Utica Refugee Community Garden
Sometimes being active in your college and also in your home community isn't as difficult as you might think. For Rachel Bigelow '10, it's the same thing this summer. The Ilion native, funded by the Levitt Community Service Fellowship, has taken up the reins of the Utica Refugee Community Garden, located at the F.X. Matt Apartments, one of the refugee housing units in Utica. Bigelow is working with Judith Owens-Manley, associate director for community research at the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center. Her project was started last year by Jenney Stringer '08, who also received funding from a Levitt Center grant. Stringer negotiated with the Utica Municipal Housing Authority (UMHA) to receive permission to start the garden, and then worked with volunteers and residents to get the project off the ground.
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Meaghan LaVangie '09 Heads to the Border to Research Immigration NGOs
I've always found immigration really intriguing," says Meaghan LaVangie, a rising senior from South Portland, Maine. "Maybe because it's so controversial, that's why I'm drawn to it." LaVangie will spend this summer working on a project funded by an Emerson Foundation grant, in collaboration with Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Shelley McConnell. LaVangie will investigate the relationship between civil society and democracy by studying Border Angels and No More Deaths, two non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that give humanitarian aid to illegal immigrants on the Mexican border.
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Meaghan LaVangie '09 Heads to the Border to Research Immigration NGOs
"I've always found immigration really intriguing," says Meaghan LaVangie, a rising senior from South Portland, Maine. "Maybe because it's so controversial, that's why I'm drawn to it." LaVangie will spend this summer working on a project funded by an Emerson Foundation grant, in collaboration with Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Shelley McConnell. LaVangie will investigate the relationship between civil society and democracy by studying Border Angels and No More Deaths, two non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that give humanitarian aid to illegal immigrants on the Mexican border.
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