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Hamilton Polls High School Students
A Hamilton College and Zogby International poll of American high school students found that young people are more accepting of homosexuality than are their elders, reports the National Journal. This comes as good news to homosexuals across the US still struggling to secure equal rights in job opportunities and the formation of civil unions. This poll reveals an encouraging trend of national support and tolerance. More ...
Statue of Alexander Hamilton
Happy 247th Birthday Alexander Hamilton
Hamilton College was named for Alexander Hamilton (born January 11, 1755). Hamilton's GOLD groups in various cities are celebrating the birthday today. More ...
Seymour Island in Antarctica
Seymour Island Pick Up
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: The open bay that greeted us when we put the party ashore was filled with icebergs and a very low tide made for some muddy work moving equipment from the campsite to the waiting zodiacs. More ...
Faculty Panel Will Examine Dr. Martin Luther King's Legacy
Members of the Hamilton College faculty will participate in a panel discussion on Dr. Martin Luther King's legacy, titled "Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Generation Later," on Monday, January 21 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. The event is free and open to the public. More ...
Olga Broumas Poetry Reading
The Kirkland Project's series "The Body in Question" continues with a visit to campus by poet Olga Broumas, who will give a poetry reading on Friday, Feb. 1, at 8 p.m. in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center. The reading is free and open to the public. More ...
Drake Passage- Headed Home
We have passed the 200 nautical mile limit of Argentina and Chile, and are around 36 hours from entering the Straits of Magellan. More ...
Cheng Li in South China Morning Post
Hamilton Professor Cheng Li was cited in the South China Morning Post in a piece discussing the emergence of the fifth generation of China's political leadership. Li suggests that appointment as a provincial leader could give a rising political star the means to gain full membership of the Communist Party Central Committee, which has the power to endorse the political appointments of Politburo members. More ...
Alden Trust Awards Grant to Hamilton
The George I. Alden Trust has awarded Hamilton College a $75,000 grant to equip and expand a newly developed networked polarized-light microscopy facility for the science department. The networked microscopy facility will enable the implementation of inquiry-based, cooperative group-learning activities that are part of Hamilton's new curriculum. More ...
Rosolowski to Curate Show at Munson Williams
Hamilton College Scholar in Residence Tacey Rosolowski has been asked to curate Material Explorations: Wearable Objects of Non-traditional Materials, an international juried exhibition opening at the Munson Williams Proctor Institute School of Art Gallery on March 29. More ...
Aquila Theatre Company to Perform "The Wrath of Achilles"
The Performing Arts at Hamilton opens the spring semester with the Aquila Theatre group performing "The Wrath of Achilles" based on Homer's epic war poem, The Iliad, on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 8 p.m. at Wellin Hall in the Schambach Center for Music and the Performing Arts. More ...
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