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Presidential Inauguration Webcast
At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 18, Joan Hinde Stewart will be inaugurated as the 19th president of Hamilton College.  For those who cannot make the trip to campus, we invite you to watch the live broadcast of the event via the Web.  For more information, visit:
http://www.hamilton.edu/college/president/webcast.html
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Yordan Quoted in Associated Press Article
Carlos Yordan, visiting prfessor of government was quoted in an Associated Press article, "Symbolic victory seen for U.S. with resolution's approval at U.N.," about the U.N. resolution authorizing a multinational military force under U.S. command. Yordan said, "the resolution was a symbolic victory for Europeans as well because it "forces the United States to explain itself" not only to its allies, but to China and Russia, too." More ...
'American Influence on China’s Peaceful Evolution'
Cheng Li, William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Government, gave a lecture titled "Education, Art, and Politics: American Influence on China’s Peaceful Evolution," as one of the activities planned for Hamilton's presidential inauguration. Li's lecture was also part of the Faculty Lecture Series sponsored by the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty. More ...
Syracuse Professor Lectures on Aging, Skill Learning and Cognitive Expertise
Professor William Hoyer of Syracuse University gave a lecture entitled "Aging, Skill Learning and Cognitive Expertise" on Oct 29 in the Science Auditorium. Hoyer talked about his research in the field of cognitive aging, particularly about the differences in skill learning between older and younger subjects. The event was the first in the John Rybash Memorial Lecture Series, established in honor of John Rybash, Hamilton College Professor of Psychology from 1991-1999 by his family, friends, colleagues and former students. More ...
Beck Interviewed by National Geographic
Professor of Anthropology Charlotte Beck was interviewed by National Geographic  at the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America in Seattle.  Beck, with Professor of Anthropology Tom Jones, presented a paper at the conference titled "When did People Arrive in the West?," which investigates the changing environment of the ancient West to determine the probability of human settlement in different areas. More ...
Hamilton Alumnus Lectures on JFK Assassination
Dr. Jack Gordon '72 returned to the Hill on November 4 to speak to a crowd of eager students on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Dr. Jack Gordon has lectured on the two Kennedy assassinations and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King for over 25 years, and has been a consultant for PBS, NOVA and 20/20. This month marks the 40th anniversary of the death of JFK, and Gordon said that many documentaries and specials will revisit the event. Gordon pointed out, however, that these major news sources will continue to endorse the Warren Commission's lone assassin theory, as they have since the report was issued 39 years ago, despite significant evidence to refute the findings of the commission. More ...
Hamilton Alumnus Lectures on JFK Assassination
Dr. Jack Gordon '72 returned to the Hill on November 4 to speak to a crowd of eager students on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Dr. Jack Gordon has lectured on the two Kennedy assassinations and the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King for over 25 years, and has been a consultant for PBS, NOVA and 20/20. This month marks the 40th anniversary of the death of JFK, and Gordon said that many documentaries and specials will revisit the event. Gordon pointed out, however, that these major news sources will continue to endorse the Warren Commission's lone assassin theory, as they have since the report was issued 39 years ago, despite significant evidence to refute the findings of the commission. More ...
David Orr Speaks on Environmental Policy
David Orr, chair of Oberlin College's Environmental Studies program, spoke to a crowded Red Pit on November 7. His talk was titled "Educational Possibilities in the Age of Terror", and was part of the 2003-2004 Levitt Center Speakers Series, "The Environment: Public Policy and Social Responsibility." The lecture focused on the environmental issues which our world must address and the complications that politics and terrorism add to these problems, as well as educational and public policy solutions to them. More ...
Rachel Maines Lectures on "Vibrators and Viagra"
Historian Rachel Maines, author of The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria", the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual Satisfaction, gave a lecture titled "Vibrators and Viagra: The Double Standard" to a packed Events Barn on November 12. The event was part of the Kirkland Project's 2003-2004 Series "Technology, Science and Democracy: What's at Stake?", and was also sponsored by the departments of Psychology and Women's Studies, as well as Faculty for Women's Concerns. More ...
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