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Cheng Li Interviewed by The New York Times
Cheng Li, China expert and government professor was quoted in this article which focused on Jiang Zemin who formally retired as chief of China's Communist Party and was portrayed by the media he controlled for 13 years as the country's paramount leader. More ...
Washington, DC Alumni Association Discussion
Discussion Topic: "Diplomacy in the Middle East; does it have a Future?" $10 per person (cost includes light appetizers, beer and soda) More ...
Greater Boston Alumni Association Holiday Party
$15 per person (cost includes one complimentary beer or wine drink ticket and hors d'oeuvres) Spouses and guests are welcome *Holiday casual dress* Limited tickets available. Pre-payment and registration required. Reserve your ticket(s) today by calling the Office of Alumni Programs toll-free at 866.729.0314 or emailing Jackie Thompson at jdthomps@hamilton.edu. Location: Boston, MA; Limbo Restaurant More ...
Hamilton Swimming Opens 2002-03 Season
The men and women's swimming and diving teams began the 2002-03 season with dual meet with Ithaca College and Hartwick College. The women defeated Hartwick, 158-85, while they were defeated by Ithaca, 136-107. The men swept both, defeating Hartwick, 151-90 and downed Ithaca, 137-100. More ...
Cheng Li Quoted in Newsweek
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in Newsweek (Nov. 25) in an article about China's "princelings." According to Newsweek, for those at the pinnacle of Chinese power, politics can be a very lucrative calling, and some relatives of top leaders...have amassed sprawling business empires through their political connections...Fighting corruption was a big theme during last week's Party Congress...The challenge boils down to whether leaders who have benefited from corruption can be expected to turn around and rein it in. It may be too early to tell. But central-government graft-busters have actually made some progress since the flush, freewheeling early 1990s...Li agrees that corruption was more rampant back then, in part because "there's not that much money left to embezzle." More ...
Wheatley Publishes Article in "Disability Studies Quarterly"
Edward Wheatley has published an article entitled "Blindness, Discipline, and Reward: Louis IX and the Foundation of the Hospice des Quinze-Vingts" in the Fall 2002 issue of Disability Studies Quarterly. The article is available on line at . More ...
Basketball Team's Joe Finley Featured in Utica Observer-Dispatch
Men's basketball center Joe Finley was featured in a Utica Observer Dispatch article (12/13), titled "Hard Work Pays Off." In the article, Coach Tom Murphy describes Finley as "one of the hardest working kids we've had...He's made himself into a player." Finley, an economics major, is leading the Continentals in points this season, with 19.8 per game, plus 11.8 rebounds a game. More ...
Dunsmore Holds Presentations for Senior Theses
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore held senior thesis presentations in Psychology and Neuroscience on Dec. 2. Thirteen seniors made fifteen-minute powerpoint presentations of their work. Presentations included work on issues such as Alzheimer's Disease, the eating habits of runners, and infant motor development. More ...
Dunsmore Holds Presentations for Senior Theses
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore held senior thesis presentations in Psychology and Neuroscience on Dec. 2. Thirteen seniors made fifteen-minute powerpoint presentations of their work. Presentations included issues such as Alzheimer's Disease, the eating habits of runners, and infant motor development. More ...
Hamilton College Noted in USA Today Editorial
Hamilton College is mentioned in a USA Today editorial (Dec. 26) about heightened competition in college admissions. The editorial notes that "the University of California...is beginning to examine applicants' accomplishments and abilities beyond academic achievements based on grades and test scores. That's long been the approach of smaller colleges such as Hamilton in upstate New York. Last year the staff intervieweed 75% of the students personally." More ...
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