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CAB Presents: Tony n' Tina's Wedding
Tony n' Tina's Wedding, the second longest running show in Off-Broadway history and the longest running comedy ever - on or Off-Broadway!, Scott Bielecky and Susan Campanaro are currently co-starring as Tony and Tina. The audience plays the role of invited guests at the nuptial celebration of Tony Nunzio and Valentina Vitale. More ...
Ben Moore '82 Composition Performed
A musical composition written by Ben Moore '82 was performed by soprano Deborah Voight at a recital in Alice Tully Hall in New York last week. In its review of the recital, The New York Times said "the clear highlight was 'Wagner Roles,' a brilliant comic song by Ben Moore about the perils of being typecast as a Wagnerian soprano." More ...
"99" Tonight at 8 p.m.

"99 questions you've always wanted to ask a black person," a new play written by Mark Cryer, assistant professor of theatre and dance, and Jared Johnson '02, debuted on Thursday, Jan. 24. A second show will take place tonight (Friday, 1/25) at 8 p.m. in Minor Theater.  More ...

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Chemistry Team's Research Highlighted
The work of Hamilton College's Dreyfus Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow Steven Feldgus and several students is featured in a NCSA (National Center for Supercomputing Applications) article about using computational chemistry to explore new cancer treatments. More ...
PBS' "The Secret Life of the Brain" Produced by David Grubin '65
David Grubin, a 1965 graduate of Hamilton, is the executive producer of a five-part series that debuted on Tuesday, Jan. 22 on PBS. "The Secret Life of the Brain" will examine the various stages of brain development, from infant through aging adult. More ...
Luciano Organizes Panel, Gives Paper at MLA Conference
Assistant Professor of English Dana Luciano organized a panel for a special session focusing on Melville's novella, Benito Cereno, at the recent MLA convention. The panel, titled "Benito Cereno and the Problem of Interpretation," was held on Dec. 30 at the Modern Language Association's annual convention in New Orleans. Luciano's paper was called "Benito Cereno and the End(s) of Race." Luciano also served as respondent for a panel at the Future of Minority Studies conference at Stanford University, October 19-20, 2001. More ...
Franklin Leads MLK Day Discussion
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Todd Franklin was quoted by the Syracuse Post-Standard in an article about Martin Luther King Day celebrations on Central New York campuses. He helped organize and participated in Hamilton's discussion of Martin Luther King's legacy and the social issues surrounding his holiday. Franklin noted, "The public knows only a small but significant aspect of King's legacy." More ...
Gant Exhibits in NYC
"polarities undone," a collaboration between Hamilton Associate Professor of Art Ella Gant and Cultural Theorist/Designer Kyle Kyrnitszke, is on view as part of the Reactions show at Exit Art in New York City. Exit Art, a cultural space near the World Trade Center site, mounted this international, invitational show to "interpret or translate the feelings of a larger community into a collective expression of analysis" following the events of September 11. More ...
Raybeck on "Responsible Optimism"
Hamilton Professor of Anthropology Douglas Raybeck was quoted in the Newark Star-Ledger in an artice examining societal optimism since Sept. 11. Cautioning against what he calls "cockeyed optimism," Raybeck explains, "Responsible optimism suggests you can improve things by working hard and exerting talent. Cockeyed optimism is blind faith that can be at odds with constructive optimism." More ...
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