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Christian Johnson Hall, home of the Emerson Gallery
Emerson Gallery
The Emerson Gallery is located in Christian A. Johnson Hall on the campus of Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Admission to the exhibitions and special events is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday - Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 1- 5 p.m. For more information, please call the Gallery at (315) 859-4396. More ...
Richard K. Betts, Leo A. Shifrin Professor of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University
Richard Betts Speaks About Terrorism
Richard K. Betts spoke on "Problems and Opportunities in Counter-Terrorism," on March 12, in the Chapel at Hamilton College. Betts, who is the Leo A. Shifrin Professor of War and Peace Studies at Columbia University, is also director of Columbia's Program in International Security Policy and of the Institute of War and Peace Studies. The talk, which is free and open to the public, is sponsored by Hamilton's Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center. More ...
CAB Presents: GUSTER at the Stanley Performing Arts Center
Pop band Guster has been booked by Hamilton College to play the Stanley Performing Arts Center in Utica at 7:30 p.m. on April 24. Guster will perform with special guests, Howie Day and Phantom Planet. Tickets for members of the Hamilton community are $12. Two tickets can be purchased with each Hamilton ID. More ...
96 Students Will Take Alternative Spring Break
While many of their peers head off to the beaches of Cancun and Florida for colleges' annual spring break, 96 students from Hamilton College are packing up to do volunteer work in eight cities during Hamilton's break, from March 15-29. The students are participating in Alternative Spring Break, a series of trips geared toward community service. More ...
12 Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa
Twelve members of the class of 2002 were elected to the Hamilton College chapter of Phi Beta Kappa on Feb. 28. The students are: Ava Bromberg, Curtis Confer, Lauren Cuozzo, Kristopher Gerardi, David Kolb, Tomasz Konopka, Marcus Loveland, Ann Toth, Christopher Viapiano, Rebecca Walker, Nathan Weston and Danielle Wittern. More ...
Frechette Co-presented Think Tank
Ann Frechette, Luce Junior Professor of Asian Studies and assistant professor of pnthropology, organized and co-presented with Jenny Taransky ('03) a Think Tank on "Sexuality, the Media, and International Adoption:  How an Insurance Ad Can Influence International Policy," in March. More ...
World Traveler Judy Wolf to Present Slideshow
Judy Wolf, a freelance writer from Clinton, recently returned from an eight-month, around-the-world solo journey and is now bringing her vivid slideshow presentation to Hamilton College on Tuesday, March 12, at 8 p.m. The event, which will take place in the Red Pit (Kirner-Johnson building, room 109), is free and open to the public. More ...
Li Interviewed for Reuters Article
Professor of Government Cheng Li was interviewed for a Reuters article about Chinese President Jiang Zemin's efforts to retain power once he retires. "Jiang Zemin has a dilemma -- if he promotes too many people from Shanghai, he should prepare for a backlash," said Li. More ...
Humanities Forum Will Feature Marianne Janack
Assistant Professor of Philsophy Marianne Janack will be guest lecturer at the next Humanities Forum, on Monday, March 11, at 4:10 p.m. in the Red Pit. Her topic is "On Wonder," or, "How to Make a Philosophical Problem Out of Melting Wax." More ...
<i>Luxury Fever</i> (Princeton Univ. Press) by Robert H. Frank
Conspicuous Consumption
On March 4, Cornell economist Robert H. Frank, author of Luxury Fever, gave a talk, “Does Rising Inequality Harm the Middle Class?” He addressed the psychological costs of income inequality, and the relationship between relative income and subjective well being. More ...
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