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Bagshawe Glacier at the head of Lester Cove
Lester Cove in Andvord Bay
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: We made it into Lester Cove around 11:30 this morning ...the fog and clouds of early morning lifted enough for the crew to confidently move the ship through the ice to the head of Lester Cove. More ...
Emily Backman '04 and Anna Rubin
Anvord Bay
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: Anna Rubin, Colgate University, and Emily Backman, Hamilton College, collecting small samples from the Smith McIntyre grab sampler. Float coats and hardhats are the dress code for working on deck. More ...
Gerlache Strait at Ronge Island
Gerlache Strait
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: Today has the potential to be a beautiful day. An early light snow has ended, high clouds are thinning overhead and the clouds around the mountains are breaking up. More ...
Jeff James '75 Interviewed in Chronicle of Philanthropy
Jeff James, a 1975 graduate of Hamilton and the new director of the Cunningham Dance Foundation in New York, was interviewed in the December 13 issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy. He was formerly vice president for advancement and external affairs at the California Institute of the Arts. More ...
Nast's Santas Exhibition at Emerson Gallery
Students, Senior Citizens Enjoy Gallery Show
The Santa Claus made famous by wood block engraver Thomas Nast came alive for a group of 6th graders from Clinton's St. Mary's School and residents of Alterra Village on December 14. The two groups were treated to a lecture by Hamilton College Professor Jay Williams, who collects wood block engravings by Nast and is curator of an exhibition of Nast's Santas at the Emerson Gallery. More ...
Cheng Li Speaks in Shanghai at Fudan University
Government Professor Cheng Li gave a public lecture on the impact of the September 11th attack on U.S.-China relations at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University in Shanghai, Dec. 18. More ...
The Bridge Deck
Headed North
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: We spent most of the evening mapping the sea floor in the Erebus and Terror Gulf while waiting for a large storm to pass north of us. More ...
Brialmont Cove
Brialmont Cove
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: When I came on watch at midnight seas were calm, winds light and a light snow was falling. More ...
Mitchell Stevens Reviews Home Schooling
Hamilton Professor of Sociology Mitchell Stevens explains the origins of home schooling in his book titled, Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Home Schooling Movement. Stevens compares Christian and secular home schooling and "provides insight into the origins of home-schooling" says the Washington Times. More ...
Leaving Larsen B
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: The ship turned due east and then north to begin a long transit back past Seymour Island, across Erebus and Terror Gulf, through the Antarctic Sound and then southwest along the Antarctic Peninsula to Hughes Bay. More ...
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