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"Dark Week" at U-Pick Live
I'm starting to fall into a groove of sort with my internship... I had the benefit of a "dark week" (a week in which there are no live shows) at U-Pick Live to gather my bearings and sharpen my responsibilities as an intern. During the downtime, the producers let me write some segments (look for my yodeling challenge on this Friday's show) and some goofy questions to ask upcoming celebrity guests. If you ever wanted to know whether the stars of Catch that Kid prefer the term "funky monkey" or "chunky monkey," be sure to turn in next week.
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Retallack '00 On Jefferson and Lewis & Clark
Linda Retallack '00, assistant curator for interpretation at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home presented "Framing the West at Monticello: Thomas Jefferson and Lewis & Clark" on Feb. 4 in the Burke Library browsing room. Retallack spoke about the theme of last year's exhibit at Monticello, celebrating the 200 year anniversary of Lewis & Clark's famous journey. Her presentation was in conjunction with Sophomore Seminar 295: "On the Trail of Lewis and Clark," and the Burke Library's exhibit of Lewis & Clark related books and maps from Hamilton's rare book collection, on display in the browsing room. More ...
Internship Updates and Reflections
 As a casting agency, the firm markets its clients to casting directors.  After two weeks of helping in the casting of our clients, I actually met some of them. They include Cynthia Nixon (Sex & the City), Mekhi Phifer (I Still Know What You Did Last Summer), and Leonardo Nam (The Perfect Score).  More ...
Ralph Nader Speaks at Hamilton College

Ralph Nader, renowned environmental and consumer advocate, lectured at Hamilton College on February 10 as a part of Hamilton's Levitt Public Affairs Center’s lecture series. The spring 2004 series is titled: "The Environment: Public Policy and Social Responsibility." The series’ title seemed to capture the essence of Nader’s own lecture, as he openly discussed environmental, social, and political concerns and the possible effects of such issues on our world’s future.  More ...

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Next Speaker in The Kirkland Project Lecture Series Announced
Sandra Harding, professor of education and women's studies at UCLA, presents "Science and Technology Studies in a Postcolonial World: Recent Issues," Tuesday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fillius Events Barn.  The lecture is part of The Kirkland Project for the Study of Gender lecture series, "Technology, Science, and Democracy:  What's at Stake?"  More ...
College Democrats Sponsor Discussion on Upcoming Election
Government Professors Richard Skinner, Alan Cafruny and Peter Cannavo participated in a brown bag lunch sponsored by the Hamilton College Democrats on Feb. 17. As that day’s Wisconsin primary continued to solidify Massachusetts Senator John Kerry’s status as the Democratic nominee to challenge President Bush, the professors discussed the issues surrounding the upcoming election with Hamilton students and staff members. More ...
Surfing for a Deal or Going Surfing?
"Bahamas Cruise 229~ , Mexico 199~ , Vegas 22~" the e-mail alert reads, urging us to buy now, buy on-line and save, save, save. But is surfing the Internet really the best way to go? More ...
Sandra Harding On Multicultural and Postcolonial Science Studies
On March 2, Sandra Harding, professor of Women’s Studies and Education at UCLA, gave a lecture titled “Science and Technology Studies in a Postcolonial World: Recent Issues” as part of the Kirkland Project series on “Technology, Science and Democracy.” Harding is a distinguished figure in the philosophy of science, and the author of several books including The Science Question in Feminism, Whose Science, Whose Knowledge? , Is Science Multicultural?, and her forthcoming Must Science Advance Inequality? In her lecture, she discussed the growing field of multicultural and postcolonial science studies, which use critical rationality to examine science itself. More ...
Sandra Harding On Multicultural and Postcolonial Science Studies
On March 2, Sandra Harding, professor of Women’s Studies and Education at UCLA, gave a lecture titled “Science and Technology Studies in a Postcolonial World: Recent Issues” as part of the Kirkland Project series on “Technology, Science and Democracy.” Harding is a distinguished figure in the philosophy of science, and the author of several books including The Science Question in Feminism, Whose Science, Whose Knowledge? , Is Science Multicultural?, and her forthcoming Must Science Advance Inequality? In her lecture, she discussed the growing field of multicultural and postcolonial science studies, which use critical rationality to examine science itself. More ...
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