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Naomi Guttman Awarded Grant
Assistant Professor of English Naomi Guttman has been awarded an Individual Artist's grant from The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. Last April, she gave a poetry reading with alumna Karlen Chase ('99) at the Catskill Mountain Foundation's Performing Arts Center in Hunter, NY. Guttman also participated in a multicultural Canadian poetry reading at the New England Modern Language Association convention in Toronto and chaired a poetry panel there. More ...
Ravven Co-Edits Book
Professor of Religious Studies Heidi Ravven edited a book, Jewish Themes in Spinoza's Philosophy, with Lenn Goodman of Vanderbilt University. She also contributed to the preface and wrote the essay, "Spinoza's Rupture with His Hints for Jewish Modernity," for the volume. More ...
Gapp and Williams Present at the Northeast Natural History Conference
Professors of Biology David Gapp and Ernest Williams made presentations at the Northeast Natural History Conference VII, held at the New York State Museum in Albany, on April 25-26. Professor Williams made a presentation coauthored with Theodore W. Valenti ('01) and Daniel H. Catlin ('01) titled, "Behavior of Frosted Elfins in Lupine Patches." Professor Gapp made a presentation coauthored with Katie Lee ('03), Sarah McNeil ('04), Angela Pagano ('02), and Hannah Stahle ('03) titled, "Snapping Turtle Nest Destruction by Another Snapper." David and Pearl Gapp also made a presentation titled "Diabetes in the Common Snapping Turtle, Chelydra serpentina: an Update." More ...
Thomas Meehan '51 was awarded an honorary degree.
2002 Honorary Degree Recipients Named
Hamilton College has announced the names of five people who will receive honorary degrees at the College's 190th commencement on Sunday, May 26.The recipients are Stephen Carter, the William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Yale Law School; jazz pianist Dick Hyman; Paul Kellogg, general and artistic director of the New York City Opera; Broadway's The Producers librettist Thomas Meehan, a 1951 graduate of Hamilton; and Christie Whitman, Environmental Protection Agency administrator under President George W. Bush. More ...
Work of Artist/Sculptor Stephen Knapp '69 Featured in Worcester Telegram
Stephen A. Knapp, a 1969 graduate of Hamilton College, and an artist and sculptor based in Worcester, Mass., is receiving accolades for his recent work in the Worcester area. Knapp, whose work has been commissioned around the world, has created a sculptural light painting for the Worcester Medical Center, and kiln-formed sliding glass doors for the newly-renovated Worcester Public Library. The main entrance to the library includes images that reflect the uniqueness of Worcester. Knapp and his work are featured in the Worcester Sunday Telegram, April 28. More ...
Cheng Li was interviewed by Agence France Press
Government Professor Cheng Li was interviewed by Agence France Press to answer today’s most asked question “Who’s Hu?” Hu Jintao is the vice president of China, and he is predicted to become the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party this fall and the president of China early next year. However, people in Washington know very little about this man, and everyone is eager to find out who is he. “He is cautious, but open-minded,” said Cheng Li, and more “he is very realistic, which means both liberals and conservatives and even the military like him.” More ...
Uncle Tom's Cabin Focus of Student-Faculty Discussion

A student-faculty discussion, "The Legacy of Uncle Tom's Cabin" will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Harriet Beecher Stowe's best-selling, anti-slavery novel, on Wednesday, May 1, at 4 p.m. in the Red Pit.  More ...

4th Annual AIDS Hike for Life on Sunday
The 4th annual AIDS Hike for Life will be held on the Hamilton College campus on Sunday, April 28. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the walk starts at 11 a.m. The Hike for Life is a 5k fundraising walk benefiting AIDS Community Resources. Sponsored by the class of 2002 and AIDS Community Resources. More ...
Author, Educator Sue Rosser to Lecture
The Hewlett Grant for Pluralism and Unity presents a lecture by author and educator Sue Rosser, "Including Gender and Race in Science Classrooms and Curriculum" on Monday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium. More ...
Spotlight on Emerson Gallery
An article in the Wall Street Journal suggested Hamilton's Emerson Gallery's show "Hamilton Collects American Art" as "worth a stop." It goes on to mention the show included 62 rarely seen paintings by American artists, as well as various props used by Norman Rockwell in his works. The show ran from April 19 to June 9, but there will be selections from the show on display until August 4. More ...
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