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Cryer to Appear in "The Laramie Project" at LSU's Swine Palace
Assistant Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer is in rehearsal for "The Laramie Project" by Moisés Kaufman at Swine Palace, the professional theatre at Louisiana State University. Cryer is doing eight different characters in the production, which will be open April 21-May 9.  Following the brutal, hate-inspired murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard in 1998, the play’s creators traveled to the scene of the crime, Laramie, Wyoming, and interviewed residents of the small town. The interviews were adapted into a moving, poignant script that asks the audience to consider how such a heinous crime and the media scrutiny that followed could affect an entire community’s existence. More ...
Smallen Interviewed in Chronicle of Higher Education
Vice President for Information Technology Dave Smallen was interviewed for a Chronicle of Higher Education article (4/23/04) about technology budget cuts at colleges. In the article, "Will Colleges Miss the Next Big Thing? Technology budget cuts could hurt innovation on campuses, officials worry," Smallen said budget cuts look like they are getting deeper. The article notes that Smallen "is one of the leaders of the annual Cost of Supporting Technology Services survey of computing administrators, and he says initial data from the latest survey, whose results will be released this fall, show 'pretty dramatic' IT reductions." More ...
If I Seek I Shall Find
My pessimism about NYC derives from what I feel has been a loss of culture over the years.  I realize now that I may have been too harsh on what I consider to be my home city.  Despite the seemingly endless chains of Starbucks and nail salons, there is still much historic preservation in the City, some of which turned out to be just blocks away from our temporary home at One West Street.  More ...
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Hamilton Students Celebrate Earth Day
On April 22, the Hamilton Environmental Action Group (HEAG) and the Hamilton College Humane Organization (HCHO) celebrated Earth Day with several events and activities to raise awareness about health and environmental issues. More ...
The Pragmatics of Personhood:Languages for Speaking and Silence
Donal Carbaugh, professor of communication at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, is speaking on "The Pragmatics of Personhood:Languages for Speaking and Silence" on Wednesday, May 5, at 4:15 p.m. in the Kirner-Johnson Red Pit. The talk which is free and open to the public is sponsored by the Oral Communication Center and the anthropology department. More ...
Author Peter Singer presents, "Ethics for One World"
Peter Singer, author of One World: the Ethics of Globaliztion (Yale University Press, 2002), presents, "Ethics for One World," on May 4, at 7 p.m. in the Chapel. Singer is the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at the University Center for Human Values, Princeton University. More ...
Wal-Mart Child Labor "Whistle Blower" to Speak at Hamilton
Charles Kernaghan, executive director of the National Labor Committee in Support of Human and Worker Rights, presents, "Sweatshops and Child Labor in the Global Economy," on May 5, at 7 p.m. in Benedict 105. Kernaghan is best known for exposing the use of child labor in the production of Wal-Mart's "Kathie Lee" clothing line. His talk is part of the series sponsored by the sophomore seminars on globalization. More ...
AIDS Hike for Life Raises $36K
The 6th Annual AIDS Hike for Life was a wonderful success. It was a record-breaking year in both participation and funds raised. More than 500 people walked, ran or hiked through the Kirkland Glen and across campus raising over $36,000! More ...
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