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Kogut on Fixing Financial Aid at Hamilton
Director of Financial Aid Kenneth Kogut was recently cited in an editoral in Barron's regarding the problems with financial aid. I.J. Eisenstadter, author of the editorial, claimed that not only are the principles often involved in deciding who receives financial aid unfair, but the system provides an easy opportunity for individuals to cheat. Kogut was mentioned as saying that, "Hamilton may ask to examine tax returns going back two years in addition to current reporting--more than most colleges do," in order to make individuals more accountable and honest. More ...
History Professor Douglas Ambrose Appointed to Wertimer Chair
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin has announced the appointment of Associate Professor of History Douglas Ambrose to the Sidney Wertimer Jr. Chair at Hamilton. The appointment to the chair is made by the president, on the advice of Vice President and Dean of the Faculty David C. Paris. More ...
Simon Interviewed For Oakland Tribune
Professor of Philosophy Bob Simon was interviewed for an Oakland Tribune article (8/9/02) about ethics and morality in sports, particularly baseball. Simon is the author of Fair Play (Westview Press), a book about sports and social values. In the Oakland Tribune article, Simon noted "Baseball, historically in America, has represented kind of an ideal. Baseball meant coming through in the clutch, showing courage, making smart plays," Simon said. "We trade on that underlying morality, and the steroid issue undermines that. Maybe basebeball properly should be held to a higher standard." More ...
Hamilton Welcomes Class of 2006
Hamilton College will welcome the 502 members of the class of 2006 as they arrive on campus today (Aug. 27) to begin orientation. The class is comprised of 238 males and 264 females; they come from 18 countries, as far away as Sierra Leone and Japan, and as near as Canada and Mexico. One hundred seventy-one are from New York, and 25 are from the Mohawk Valley. More ...
Owen Publishes in Economics Letters
Ann Owen,assistant professor of economics, has published an article in Economics Letters (Vol. 76 (3) (2002) pp. 345 349) with David Trzepacz '00 titled "Menu Costs, Firm Strategy, and Price Rigidity." More ...
Richie Havens with Jess Klein '95
Richie Havens and Jess Klein '95 appear in the Fillius Events Barn on Thursday, October 10 at 8:00 pm. The cost is free for members of the Hamilton community and $12 for the public. More ...
Levitt Lecture to Address Mexican Immigration
Sociologist Doug Massey spoke on "Mexican Immigration in an Era of Economic Integration," on October 14. He discussed the book, Beyond Smoke and Mirrors: Mexican Immigration in an Era of Economic Integration, which he co-authored with Jorge Durand, and Nolan J. Malone, concerning the effects of Mexican immigration on the U.S. economy. More ...
President of American Sociological Assoc. Speaks at Hamilton
Douglas Massey, outgoing president of the American Sociological Association and chair of the University of Pennsylvania’s sociology department, presented “Mexican Immigration: Consequences of Failed U.S. Policies” on Monday night. Massey discussed how the social and economic fabric of Mexico and the U.S. has been affected by U.S. immigration policies. He noted that beginning in the early 1900s, the U.S. government recruited Mexicans to work in this country but instead of creating a mutually beneficial system, created an exploitive one that continues to drive down wages of legal immigrants today and costs billions of dollars in useless border patrolling expenses. More ...
Kevin Danaher Next Speaker in Globalization Series
Kevin Danaher,co-founder of The Global Exchange, will be the next guest in the Levitt Center Globalization series. He will give a lecture, "Globalize This! Why You Should be out in the Street Protesting the World Bank and IMF," on Thursday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel. Sponsored by the Globalization Seminar Series. More ...
Lauralyn Kolb CD Reviewed in Journal of Singing
Lecturer in voice Lauralyn Kolb has released a CD Just Spring: Art Songs of John Duke (New World Records) that was reviewed in Journal of Singing(Sept-Oct.). The review notes "(Kolb) brings a bright and colorful sporano voice to the proceeedings, alogn with crystal-clear diction and rock-solid musical instincts." More ...
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