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Emerson Gallery to Present Series of Major Films on African Americans
In conjunction with the exhibition The Buffalo Soldier: The African American Soldier in the U.S. Army, 1866 - 1912 Hamilton College's Emerson Gallery will present a series of three remarkable films that offer broadly different perceptions of African More ...
MENS BASKETBALL REPORT: JAN. 8, 1997
Playing its first game in 29 days, Hamilton appeared lackluster in a 78-67 loss at Oneonta. The Continentals led by as many as nine late in the first half, but turnovers and poor shooting allowed the Red Dragons to pull away in the second half. DJ Al More ...
MENS BASKETBALL REPORT: JAN. 8, 1997
Playing its first game in 29 days, Hamilton appeared lackluster in a 78-67 loss at Oneonta. The Continentals led by as many as nine late in the first half, but turnovers and poor shooting allowed the Red Dragons to pull away in the second half. DJ Al More ...
SMITH LEADS HAMILTON TO 5-2 WIN OVER TRINITY
Freshman Sean Smith scored two third-period goals, including the game winner at the 7:36 mark, as Hamilton rebounded for a 5-2 men's hockey victory over Trinity in an ECAC East game played at Sage Rink Saturday afternoon. More ...
Hamilton College Department of Theatre to present SOUL SISTERS
The Hamilton College Department of Theatre presents SOUL SISTERS on Saturday, February 7th at 8:00 pm and on Sunday, February 8th at 2:00 pm in the Minor Theatre. More ...
WOMEN'S REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS EXHIBIT AT HAMILTON COLLEGE
The Emerson Gallery, on the campus of Hamilton College, presents two installation works by artists concerned with reproductive rights in the United States. "Wake Up Little Susie: Pregnancy and Power Before Roe v. Wade," a three dimensional mixed-med More ...
MERCYHURST HAS BIG THIRD PERIOD, DEFEATS HAMILTON 3-1
Continentals squander 1-0 lead in third period in Pepsi Cardinal Classic at Plattsburgh More ...
Earth Day Tree Planting
The Champion Tree Project of Albany, New York, has scheduled a Tree Planting Ceremony at Hamilton College to coincide with this year's celebration of Earth Day the previous day. More ...
HAMILTON COLLEGE AWARDED NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Instrumentation and Laboratory Improvement Program recently awarded Hamilton College a $48,530 grant for the acquisition of an X-Ray Microanalysis System. Hamilton College will provide $48,530 in matching funds, More ...
HAMILTON PROFESSOR ELECTED ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT
Barbara Tewksbury, Hamilton College's Stephen Harper Kirner Professor of Geology, was recently elected president of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT). More ...
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