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Hamilton Engage '08 Focuses on Election
Nearly 300 students registered to vote and completed absentee ballot requests on Tuesday, Aug. 26, as a result of the efforts of Hamilton Engage 08. Two local television stations, NBC-affiliate WKTV and all news cable station News10Now, have reported on the group's success in registering students. More ...
Emerson Gallery Hosts Three Exhibits of Chinese Art
Hamilton's Emerson Gallery is hosting three new exhibitions of Chinese art showcasing both traditional and contemporary works this semester. An opening reception will be held on Thursday, Sept. 4, from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. More ...
Environmental Justice and Sustainability Panel on Sept. 9
The Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center and the Diversity and Social Justice Project are focused on related themes this year: "sustainability: environment, health and poverty" and "environmental justice," respectively. Together they are sponsoring a panel discussion titled "Environmental Justice and Sustainability" on Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 4:10 p.m. in the K-J auditorium. More ...
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Booksigning and Lecture on Himalayan Mountaineering
Maurice Isserman, Hamilton College's James L. Ferguson Professor of History, will discuss Fallen Giants - A History of Himalayan Mountaineering from the Age of Empire to the Age of Extremes on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 4:15 p.m. at the Glen House on Hamilton's campus. Isserman, who co-authored the book, will also sign copies. Published by Yale University Press last month, the book has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. More ...
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Hamilton College students remember 911 with a display of 3,000 flags planted along Martin's Way and a service on the steps of… More ...
Practice session by Diane
Hamilton College students remember 911 with a display of 3,000 flags planted along Martin's Way and a service on the steps of… More ...
Students observed seventh anniversary of 911
Hamilton College students remember 911 with a display of 3,000 flags planted along Martin's Way and a service on the steps of… More ...
Banish Land Enters Closed Beta Test
PKVE (Peak Virtual Entertainment) announces that their second browser-based game Banish Land enters its Closed Beta Test on Sep. 17,2008. Banish Land is a free massively multiplayer browser based strategy game. Set in an aggressive and dangerous medieval world where warlords struggle for supremacy in a chaotic land of warlord and demons – Banish Land. You are the lord of a city, born from a village. To forge order out of chaos and become the conqueror of the continent, you have to construct various buildings, recruit soldiers & heroes, harness and exploit your resources to build and sustain your economic power and military strength, make and break alliances as you see fit, and use clever battle tactics to outwit your foes and achieve victory. Game Features 1. Fully Customized Characters 2. Heroes Recruitment & Training System 3. Dudgeon Quests system 4. Excellent Gameplay: 18 resources, 62 mines, 43 factories, 74 Buildings, 18 defense works, 20 units, 21 monsters, 11 techniques. 5 Various Battle Format: PvP, Alliance vs Alliance, Castle Siege, Stronghold Battle War is Everywhere, Turmoil is Everywhere; Join Now to be the Greatest Warlord! Official website: http://www.pkve.com/games/bl/ More ...
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