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College Democrats Sponsor Discussion on Upcoming Election
Government Professors Richard Skinner, Alan Cafruny and Peter Cannavo participated in a brown bag lunch sponsored by the Hamilton College Democrats on Feb. 17. As that day’s Wisconsin primary continued to solidify Massachusetts Senator John Kerry’s status as the Democratic nominee to challenge President Bush, the professors discussed the issues surrounding the upcoming election with Hamilton students and staff members. More ...
Surfing for a Deal or Going Surfing?
"Bahamas Cruise 229~ , Mexico 199~ , Vegas 22~" the e-mail alert reads, urging us to buy now, buy on-line and save, save, save. But is surfing the Internet really the best way to go? More ...
Sandra Harding On Multicultural and Postcolonial Science Studies
On March 2, Sandra Harding, professor of Women’s Studies and Education at UCLA, gave a lecture titled “Science and Technology Studies in a Postcolonial World: Recent Issues” as part of the Kirkland Project series on “Technology, Science and Democracy.” Harding is a distinguished figure in the philosophy of science, and the author of several books including The Science Question in Feminism, Whose Science, Whose Knowledge? , Is Science Multicultural?, and her forthcoming Must Science Advance Inequality? In her lecture, she discussed the growing field of multicultural and postcolonial science studies, which use critical rationality to examine science itself. More ...
Sandra Harding On Multicultural and Postcolonial Science Studies
On March 2, Sandra Harding, professor of Women’s Studies and Education at UCLA, gave a lecture titled “Science and Technology Studies in a Postcolonial World: Recent Issues” as part of the Kirkland Project series on “Technology, Science and Democracy.” Harding is a distinguished figure in the philosophy of science, and the author of several books including The Science Question in Feminism, Whose Science, Whose Knowledge? , Is Science Multicultural?, and her forthcoming Must Science Advance Inequality? In her lecture, she discussed the growing field of multicultural and postcolonial science studies, which use critical rationality to examine science itself. More ...
Author and Filmmaker Dayton Lectures on Lewis and Clark
Dayton Duncan gave a lecture titled "How Lewis and Clark Wrote Their Way Across America, and Into Immortality" on March 4 to students in Sophomore Seminar 295: "On The Trail of Lewis and Clark" and other members of the Hamilton community. Duncan is the author of several books on the journey of Lewis and Clark, including Out West: A Journey Through Lewis & Clark's America, a book which students read in the Sophomore Seminar. In Out West, Duncan describes his travel along the trail of Lewis and Clark, a trip the students of the Sophomore Seminar class will make later this year. Duncan’s lecture focused on how the Lewis and Clark expedition’s dedication to writing has helped to create their legacy. More ...
Richard Bernstein '80 Interviewed in New York Times

Richard Bernstein, a 1980 graduate of Hamilton and chief U.S. strategist at Merrill Lynch, was interviewed for a New York Times article about the Bull market in stocks.  Bernstein was quoted as saying: "1People are plowing money into emerging-market debt and equity funds, and ignoring the fact that they could get 4 percent dividends on a U.S. food company,' Mr. Bernstein said. Investors often place too much emphasis on capital appreciation, he said, and too little on income."


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Annual Choir Tour Will Begin on March 13 in Rochester
A Hamilton tradition will be renewed when the College Choir hits the road during spring break, performing in Rochester, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and Buffalo.  Under the direction of G. Roberts Kolb, professor of music and director of choral music at Hamilton since 1981, the 68-member choir will present a number of sacred and secular favorites. More ...
China's Three Gorges Dam a Geological Disaster
Environmentalist and author Dai Qing's gave a talk, "The Three Gorges Dam: China's Environmental and Political Crisis," as part of the Levitt Center spring series on "The Environment:  Public Policy and Social Responsibility." She outlined the goals set forward for the dam when it was started in the 1970s: to create hydroelectric power, provide flood control and improve navigable shipping routes on the Yangtze River.  More ...
Hamilton College-Syracuse University Curling Team Takes Bronze in National Tourney
Adam Bedient '04 and Dave Ewing '04, along with two students from Syracuse University, competed as the Hamilton/Syracuse team in the College Curling National Tournament in St. Paul, Minn., March 12-14. The team won the Bronze medal in Division III. More ...
The Power of Green
Hamilton College's new Science Center will be constructed with attention to green design, which is the use of environmentally friendly processes and materials in building construction and design. More ...
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