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Angela Davis autographs a copy of her book for Marquis Palmer '18 in the Hub.
Angela Davis: Redefining American Attitudes

Dr. Angela Davis, academic and civil rights advocate, spoke in the Chapel on Feb. 26 as part of the Voices of Color Lecture Series. Her discussion focused on how student activists can follow in the footsteps of older generations to develop and execute their own revolutionary ideology and to promote crucial socio-political change.   More ...

College Launches #LeapForHamilton

In celebration of Leap Day, the college is asking all alumni, friends, parents, staff and students to “take the leap” for Hamilton and support teaching and learning on College Hill. Trustee Aron Ain ’79, P’09,’11 has generously pledged a $100 match to every gift – regardless of size - contributed today as part of the #LeapForHamilton effort. The College hopes to generate 1,812 gifts, the number corresponding with the date of its founding. In its Quick Takes section, InsideHigherEd noted the challenge and presented the college's Leap Day video.  More ...

F.I.L.M. Series Presents Losing Ground

The spring F.I.L.M. (Forum on Image and Language in Motion) series continues on Sunday, Feb. 28, with the screening of Losing Ground (1982), directed by Kathleen Collins and starring Seret Scott, Bill Gunn and Duane Jones.  More ...

Rigoberto Hernandez
“A Paleontologist, an Astronomer and a Chemist Walk up to a Bar...”

As Associate Professor of Chemistry Adam VanWynsberghe noted in his introduction, Rigoberto Hernandez embodies the Phi Beta Kappa motto that “Love of learning is the guide of life.” Hernandez, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Georgia Tech, is the 2015-16 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar and his Feb. 25 lecture “Advancing Science Through Diversity” focused on promoting what he called diversity excellence in terms of gender, race, sexual orientation and ability.

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Robert Knight
Knight Screens Film at Elizabethtown College

In God's House: The Religious Landscape of Utica, NY, a documentary film by Assistant Professor of Art Robert Knight, was screened on Feb. 22 at Elizabethtown College in Elizabethtown, Pa. While visiting the college, Knight also led classroom discussions about his larger project examining the sustainability of religious communities in Central New York.  More ...

A capella group Duelly Noted performs.
Duelly Noted to Perform at Pratt MWP

Co-ed a capella group Duelly Noted will perform on Friday, Feb. 26, at 7:30 p.m., at the Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute as part of a College Night event. College Night, featuring the PrattMWP DJ Club, will take place from 5-8 p.m. at the Institute, 310 Genesee St., Utica.  More ...

James Jacobs
NYU's James Jacobs on Gun Control

James Jacobs, a New York University School of Law professor, gave his first of four lectures about gun control at Hamilton on Feb. 24. These lectures, sponsored by the Levitt Center and the Dean of Faculty’s Office, serve to inaugurate the Levitt Center’s ongoing series of lectures on Justice and Security. This lecture focused on the question about what problems gun control can solve.   More ...

HCAYS at the castle of Bellver on Mallorca.
HCAYS Students Visit Palma de Mallorca

Hamilton College Academic Year in Spain (HCAYS) students visited the island of Mallorca on Feb. 19-21. The island has become known in recent years as a prominent tourist destination, though human history on the island goes back as far as the Paleolithic period (6000 to 4000 B.C.).  More ...

Hamilton College Presents Step Afrika! on Feb. 27

The Hamilton College Performing Arts Series presents Step Afrika! on Saturday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center.   More ...

Rubino Presents Lectures in Nevada and New Mexico

Carl A. Rubino, the Winslow Professor of Classics, presented a lecture titled “From Mythology to Star Wars” at Sierra Nevada College in Lake Tahoe, Nev., then traveled to Albuquerque to discuss “Frankenstein, Aristotle, and the Wisdom of Lucretius” at the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association conference.  More ...

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