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Ithaca ends Hamilton's two-year reign as State Champion
Team Scores: 1. Ithaca 1415, 2. Hamilton 1276, 3. Union 1099, 4. Hartwick 956.5, 5. Nazareth 604. 6, Willim Smith 584, 7. LeMoyne 549.5, 8. Rensselaer 492.5, 9. Skidmore 399, 10. Alfred 382, 11. Vassar 318, 12. St. Lawrence 267.5, 13. RIT 239, 14. Cl More ...
HAMILTON COLLEGE ANNOUNCES FEES FOR 1997-98
Tuition and fees at Hamilton College will increase next year, but by the lowest percentage in nearly 25 years. More ...
Buffalo State 70 Hamilton 66
Buffalo State mounted a second-half comeback and defeated Hamilton, 70-66, in a thrilling NCAA Division III Tournament First Round game. Hamilton led the entire first half, taking its largest lead of the game, 30-16, after a Michael Schantz jumper wi More ...
Hamilton 6 Holy Cross 4
Dave Cataruzolo converted a penalty shot with just 1:50 remaining in the game and the Bears were able to kill of the ensuing delayof game penalty (objects on the ice) to hold off Hamilton College in the season opener. The Continentals got whistled fo More ...
PROMINENT CLASSICS PROFESSOR TO SPEAK AT HAMILTON
Barbara McManus, a professor of classics at the College of New Rochelle, will speak at Hamilton College on Monday, March 10 at 4:15 p.m. in Dwight Lounge of the Bristol Campus Center. Her lecture, "Crossing The Boundaries Of Gender: Vergil's Aene More ...
NOBEL PRIZE WINNER ELIE WIESEL TO SPEAK AT HAMILTON
Holocaust survivor, peace advocate and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel will be the next featured speaker in the Great Names at Hamilton Series. The highly decorated author and human rights activist will speak on Thursday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m., in the Ma More ...
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ALAN KEYES TO SPEAK AT HAMILTON
The Conservative Club at Hamilton College is sponsoring a talk by statesman, author and public speaker, Alan Keyes. Keyes will speak on Monday, March 10, at 8 p.m. in the Chapel. Admission is free and open to the public. More ...
1997 Swimming and Diving Championship Meet
Team standings: Union 1458, Hamilton 1227, Hartwick 989, Ithaca 924, RIT 729, Clarkson 697, Rensselaer 641, Nazareth 425, St. Lawrence 355, Alfred 294, LeMoyne 279, Utica 238, Vassar 211, Skidmore 168. More ...
Hamilton 5 St. Anselm 0
Brent Davey made 33 saves and John Whitwell had a goal and two assists to lead Hamilton to a 5-0 victory over St. Anselm in front of a sellout crowd at the Sage Rink. Hamilton advances to the semifinals of the ECAC East playoffs with the win. Davey More ...
NATIONAL THEATRE OF THE DEAF TO PERFORM AT HAMILTON
The Tony Award-winning National Theatre of the Deaf will bring it's production of Curiouser and Curiouser to Hamilton College on Sunday, March 9, at 4 p.m. The performance will take place in Wellin Hall of the Schambach Center for Music and More ...
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