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Women's Lacrosse in NCAAs
The Hamilton College women's lacrosse team has been selected to play in the 2001 NCAA Division III Women's Lacrosse Championships. The Continentals will host College of New Jersey, Drew University and Dennison on Saturday and Sunday, May 12 and 13. (The times will be announced May 7, later today). Hamilton will play Dennison, while the College of New Jersey will play Drew University. More ...
Richard Nelson's Madame Melville
Richard Nelson, a 1972 Hamilton graduate, is receiving good reviews for Madame Melville, a memory play starring Macaulay Culkin that opened on Broadway on May 3. More ...
Posse Mentor Announced
Phyllis Breland has been appointed as Posse Mentor and Assistant Director of the Higher Education Opportunity Program, effective June 1, 2001. A 1980 graduate of Hamilton College, Breland was a theatre major, class speaker, and the first African-American woman inducted into Pentagon. More ...
15 Tony Nominations for Meehan's The Producers
The Producers, the smash Broadway musical written by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan '51 received 15 Tony Award nominations, a new record. The musical opened in April to rave reviews and has already sold out tickets for the remainder of 2001. More ...
Mitchell Stevens in Education Week
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology, and author of an upcoming book about homeschooling, Kingdom of Heaven: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement (Princeton, 2001), was interviewed by Education Week (5/2/2001.) The article concerned an Iowa home-schooled student who will be unable to receive her high school diploma because she lacks enough credits to graduate. More ...
Theatre and Dance Senior Projects
The Theatre and Dance Department invites you to see "A Reluctant Tragic Hero" by Anton Chekhov,a senior project by Douglas Harris and "Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll" by Eric Bogosian, a senior project by Cameron Larson, on Tuesday, May 8, at 7 p.m. at Minor Theater. Admission is free. More ...
Samuel and Helen Lang Prize Awarded to Archeaology Professors
The Leonard C. Ferguson Professors of Archaeology Charlotte Beck and Tom Jones received the Samuel and Helen Lang Prize for Excellence in Teaching this spring at Class and Charter Day. They are the third recipients of this award, given annually to a senior, tenured faculty member for superior teaching and having made a significant and positive impact on students. Beck and Jones have spent the past 16 summers in eastern and central Nevada teaching an archaeological field school and involving undergraduates in field and lab research. More ...
Assistant Professor of Theater and Dance Receives Excellence in Teaching Award

Assistant Professor of Theatre and Dance Mark Cryer received The John R. Hatch Class of 1925 Excellence in Teaching Award this spring at Class and Charter Day. The award supports an annual prize for a tenure-track faculty member who has been employed by the College for fewer than five years, and who has demonstrated superior teaching, high-quality scholarly research and a significant and positive impact on students.  More ...

Professor in the News
Assistant Professor of History Kevin Grant’s paper, "Christian Critics of Empire: Missionaries, Lantern Lectures and the Congo Reform Campaign in Britain," was published in the Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 29:2, May 2001, pp. 27-58. More ...
Costa Rica Poster Session
Students of Biology 437 Tropical Field Ecology will present posters describing the research they conducted during their field trip to Costa Rica today, May 4, from 1-2 p.m. outside the Science Auditorium. More ...
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