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Sydney Fasulo '09 honored for milestone

Athletic Director Jon Hind and head women's basketbal coach Sean Mackin presented Sydney Fasulo '09 with flowers and balloons in honor of her 1,000th career point before Hamilton's 70-58 non-league win over Williams College in Scott Field House on Dec. 6.  More ...

Elaine Weiss K '73 Explores Story of WW I Farmerettes in New Book
Elaine F. Weiss K'73 is the author of a new book which explores the story of the "farmerettes" -- the women who made up the Woman's Land Army of America and did men's work in uniform on the rural home front during World War I. Fruits of Victory: The Woman's Land Army of America in the Great War is published by Potomac Books, Inc.
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2009 Alexander Hamilton Birthday Parties
Alexander Hamilton Birthday 2009Join Hamilton Alumni, Parents and Friends for the Annual Alexander Hamilton Birthday Celebration!  Nearly 30 cities world-wide will celebrate the College's Namesake the week of January 11, 2009.  We hope you'll join us!  Please register for the party in your city. More ...
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SwagVault Super Xmas Offer – Free Deathcharger's Reins 1 day Powerleveling Service
About Deathcharger's Reins Powerleveling Service This service grants 30 kills of Baron Rivendare, providing 60 stacks of Runecloth and 600 Gold with a chance of Getting the Deathcharger's Reins.Your character must be over lvl 73 with decent gears. And you need to provide the character name of one of your alts so we can mail the Runecloth there.Finally, the drop of the Deathcharger's Reins is not 100% guaranteed since the drop rate is relatively low even after the Wotlk is released. How to get this free offer? Just write a Wrath of the Lich Guide, and e-mail it to markting[@]swagvault.com. Once your guide is adopted and released on http://blog.swagvault.com/, you will get the service free of charge! General Rules: Ø Your WotLK Guide can be about any topic of WotLK that you think worth to write. Guides must be written in the English language and not less than 800 words. Spelling, grammar and punctuation are taken into account. Ø Original work only. You may not submit someone else’s guide as yours, this is illegal and will have serious consequences. Ø Exclusive work only. To make it fair to all contestants we are looking for brand new WotLK guides only. Ø You can enter as many times as you want. Just use the same username and e-mail that you used for your previous submission. If you wish to update a guide that you entered, then just submit it again. Ø In the first round, we will provide 30 free Deathcharger's Reins 1 day Powerleveling Service opportunities. Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! More ...
Stewart Part of MLA White Paper Panel
"Coherence, Literature, Languages," an article that appeared in the Dec. 23 issue of InsideHigherEd, reported on a white paper released at the recent meeting of the Modern Language Association (MLA) that addressed "new ways of organizing English and language programs within the general parameters of a liberal arts education." The article referenced the panel that wrote the report including its leader, Yale professor and former MLA president Michael Holquist, and Hamilton President Joan Hinde Stewart. More ...
Peace Vigil in KJ Commons on January 19
In response to recent tensions between Israel and the Gaza Strip, a peace vigil will take place on Monday, Jan. 19 from 4-4:20 p.m. in KJ Commons. This silent reflection for peace, reconciliation and mutual understanding is sponsored by Hillel, Muslim Students Association, and the Chaplaincy
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Thoughts on President Barack Obama's Inauguration from a D.C. Program Student
At first, the streets of Washington were not particularly crowded. When I stepped outside into the brisk, gray dawn at 7 a.m., there were only a few bikers and small clumps of people hurrying to Metro stations. My roommate and I had decided to rise early to try and beat the crowd to the National Mall. The night before, there were rumors of vast throngs and endless waiting, despite the predicted snow. We shared gloves, socks and directions in what we expected to be an adventure. More ...
Part of One of the defining points of American history
The build-up to this inauguration is like nothing I've seen as a lifelong resident of Washington, D.C. Security had been steadily ratcheting up since New Years, as 42,000 cops prepared to hit the streets to control the crowds. The traffic around Friday last week became unbearable, as millions of people swarmed into the city. Traveling anywhere in the city became more difficult then wading through a crowd at a Jonas Brothers' concert. In the week leading up to the big event, there was a huge run on stores selling warm clothes and hand warmers. Yuppies were waiting in lines at Hudson Trail Outfitters for long johns like they were trying to buy a Nintendo Wii. More ...
Hamilton Students Attend Obama's Inauguration
On January 19, cell phone networks throughout D.C. got closer and closer to overload as thousands made last ditch efforts to snag inauguration tickets, and millions contacted friends and acquaintances to get in on celebration plans. While few were lucky enough to find tickets, at least a dozen current Hamilton students and many alumni from around the country flocked to the capital to see President Obama sworn in on Tuesday. More ...
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