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The Hamilton College Choir
Hamilton College Choir and College Hill Singers to Perform Free Concert
The Hamilton College Choir and College Hill Singers will perform on Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m. in Wellin Hall of the Schambach Center in an a cappella concert, featuring the repertoire performed on a recent tour of the Northeast. The concert is free and open to the public. More ...
Professor of Government Cheng Li with Former U.S. Ambassador James Lilley
Former Ambassador to China Lectures at Hamilton
Former U.S. Ambassador to China James Lilley presented a lecture on U.S.-China relations on April 2. The lecture, sponsored by the Levitt Center and the government department, was titled "The United States and China: The Anatomy of a Relationship." Lilley is a former U.S. ambassador to China, a former assistant secretary of defense, and currently a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. More ...
Scott Borg, from the National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs
Scientists Discuss Climate Change in the Antarctic Peninsula
Scientists from around the globe are meeting at Hamilton College April 3-5 to discuss climate changes on the Antarctic Peninsula. Topics for discussion include: the effects that a long-documented warming trend has had on plants, animals and ice conditions; and whether similar conditions have existed previously over recent geological time. The keynote address and panel discussion will be available via a live Web video stream on April 5 from 4-6 p.m. More ...
Leah Byrne '02 Awarded Fulbright Scholarship
Leah Byrne, a candidate for May graduation from Hamilton College, has been awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship for study at the Karolinska Universitet in Stockholm, Sweden. Byrne's project is titled, "Locating Endogenous Nitrated Neurotransmitters: A Study in Immunocytochemistry." More ...
Scholar Rick Perlstein to Lecture
Independent scholar and freelance writer Rick Perlstein will deliver a lecture, "The Kids Are(n't) All Right: Youth and American Politics, 1960-2002," on Thursday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. in the Red Pit. The free lecture is sponsored by the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center. More ...
Gane Publishes Essay in Modern Fiction Studies
Assistant Professor of English Gillian Gane wrote the lead essay in the March 2002 issue of Modern Fiction Studies, a special issue on Postmodernism and the Globalization of English guest-edited by Michael Bérubé. Her essay is titled "Migrancy, the Cosmopolitan Intellectual, and the Global City in The Satanic Verses" and is accessible on Project MUSE. More ...
Jennifer Borton
Jennifer Borton Publishes in Anxiety, Stress, and Coping
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jennifer Borton published an article, "The Suppression of Negative Self-Referent Thoughts," in Anxiety, Stress, and Coping: An International Journal Vol. 15, No. 1, 31-44. (The article appeared in the March 2002 issue.) More ...
Palusky Participates In Group Show
Robert Palusky, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Art, is one of several artists whose work is featured in a show titled "Exploring the Human Spirit in Glass" at the Habatat Galleries in Boca Raton, Fla. The show opens on Thursday, April 4, and closes on Tuesday, May 14. More ...
The Lynch Family
College in Your Own Backyard
For some parents, packing up the kids to go to college means loading up the mini-van and driving a mile up College Hill Road. Instead of unpacking and moving into a residence hall in unfamiliar surroundings, arriving on campus with a new student brings back memories of years spent rooting on the Continentals, attending concerts in Wellin Hall or hearing Great Names speakers in the Field House. More ...
Lisa Ervin '99 Featured in Ice Skating Magazine
Lisa Ervin, a 1999 graduate of Hamilton, is featured in the latest edition of Blades on Ice. Ervin, who competed in ladies singles skating in the early 1990s, now teaches skating for SABAH, the Skating Association for the Blind and Handicapped. The former U.S. novice and junior champion came across the organization four years ago, when she was teaching skating at Buffalo State. More ...
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