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Elgren Publishes Paper in Biochemistry
Associate Professor of Chemsitry Tim Elgren published a paper on "Catecholase Activity Associated with Copper-S100B" in Biochemistry. This is a project funded originally by the Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke of the National Institutes of Health, a Cotrell Award from the Research Corporation and the Petroleum Research Fund of the American Chemical Society. More ...
Drum and Bugle Corps Grateful for Use of Hamilton Facilities
The Rochester Drum and Bugle Corps is still looking for three horn, one baritone, one French horn and one trumpet player to complete their squad. If anyone is interested please come to the Hamilton’s Turf Field sometime this week and speak to either Bert or Jeff. The Corps will also be performing a practice run of their performance Thursday June 26 at eight p.m. on the Turf Field. Anyone is encouraged to come watch. More ...
Woods Featured in Musical Landscapes in Color
Associate Professor of Music Michael "Doc" Woods was featured in Musical Landscapes in Color: Conversations with Black American Composers by William C. Banfield (Scarecrow Press 2003). Chapter four is devoted to Woods and focuses on his jazz training, philosophy and composition style. More ...
Untitled-at-Large
On Friday, Nov. 22, Hamilton's own performance group--Untitled-at-Large--will entertain us all with their unique blend of improv comedy and classic drama More ...
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The Hamilton Makeover
It seems every year Hamilton undergoes some kind of restoration or improvement and this summer was no exception. More ...
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Bronson Picket '93 Starring in "Wild Card" on Lifetime
Bronson Picket, a 1993 graduate of Hamilton, was interviewed by The Boston Herald about his role as high school teacher Marcos Morales in the new Lifetime series "Wild Card." According to the Herald: "After majoring in theater at Hamilton College, Picket moved to New York City and was the lead singer for the band Pull. After Pull broke up for "the reasons most bands do," he decided to try acting again. 'I had been avoiding acting because most of the people I knew in acting were jerks,' he said. He became a founding member of the improv group The Flying Monkeys, found a 'terrific' manager, and since then 'I've been very fortunate. Every year I've had some kind of work,' said Picket. More ...
Carter delivers opening address in Berlin
Professor of Art Rand Carter delivered the opening lecture at the Friends of Schinkel Triennial II in Berlin.  His presentation was titled "Schinkel and the Pompeian Style" and was part of the "Schinkel and Italien" session.  In July, Carter traveled to Peru with members of the Society of Architectural Historians.  Their itinerary focused on the study of architecture and urbanism including Pre-Columbian times representing a constellation of Pre-Inca cultures and the Inca Empire; the Spanish Colonial Period; and the Republican Period following independence from Spain to present day. More ...
Carter Delivers Opening Address in Berlin
Professor of Art Rand Carter delivered the opening lecture at the Friends of Schinkel Triennial II in Berlin.  His presentation was titled "Schinkel and the Pompeian Style" and was part of the "Schinkel and Italien" session.  In July, Carter traveled to Peru with members of the Society of Architectural Historians.  Their itinerary focused on the study of architecture and urbanism including Pre-Columbian times representing a constellation of Pre-Inca cultures and the Inca Empire; the Spanish Colonial Period; and the Republican Period following independence from Spain to present day. More ...
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