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Sharon Werning Rivera
Rivera Publishes Article in Russian Journal

Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera recently published an article titled “Is Russia Too Unique to Learn from Abroad? Elite Attitudes on Foreign Borrowing and the West, 1993-2012” in Sravnitel’naya politika (Comparative Politics).  More ...

“Understanding Gender Bias in Developing World”

Robert Jensen, professor of business economics and public policy at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will present a lecture titled “Understanding Gender Bias in the Developing World” on Thursday, April 21, at 7 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is sponsored by the Levitt Center and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Tom Porter
Sakokwenionkwas Speaks About Oral Tradition

Although the Iroquois are known for many things, one particular source of pride is their history of oral tradition. On April 19 members of the Hamilton community experienced storytelling and political commentary from Bear Clan elder and leader of the Mohawk Community of Kanatsiohareke, Tom Porter, or Sakokwenionkwas -- “The One Who Wins.”  More ...

John Liebman '18, center, discusses the China Leadership Summit over lunch with organizers and delegates.
Liebman ’18 a Delegate to China Leadership Summit

John Liebman ’18 was selected as a delegate to the China Leadership Summit, a student-run conference co-hosted by Duke and North Carolina Universities April 8-10. The theme was “China’s Soft Power in the 21st Century Global Order” and more than 100 undergraduates from China and the U.S. attended.  More ...

Azriel Grysman
Grysman Publishes Articles on Gender and Memory

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology Azriel Grysman was the co-author of articles published recently in the journals Memory and Memory & Cognition. The articles report results research on gender and memory, conducted with his colleagues at Emory University.  More ...

Seated: Brandon Lew '16 and Lillie Simourian '17. Standing, from left: Penny Tornes '18, Nina Hernandez '18, Tyler Lovejoy '16, Bennett Hambrook '17, Hannah Withiam '16, Matt Kastilahn '18 and Kyle Pitman '17.
SAAC Drives Successful Mini-Golf Tournament

To celebrate NCAA Division III Week, Hamilton’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a mini-golf event in the Field House on April 10. More than 100 students  along with faculty and staff and their families participated.  More ...

Eliza Burwell, production stage manager, gathers the cast in the hall before rehearsal of musical <em>Spring Awakening </em> on Feb. 12.
Making a Musical

A lot happened before the Theatre Department’s musical Spring Awakening opened on April 14 in the Eugene Romano Theatre.  Starting with auditions in February the production took shape as  sets were  designed, music was learned, costumes were made and many hours of rehearsals were held. College photographer Nancy Ford spent the last two months capturing what went on behind the scenes before actors took the stage.  Take a look at what goes in to the making of a musical.  More ...

Roberta Krueger
Krueger Presents Invited Lecture at Mizzou

Roberta Krueger, the Burgess Professor of French, presented an invited lecture titled “Piety and Profanity in Medieval Conduct Books: The Case of Antoine de la Sale’s Jean de Saintré” at the University of Missouri on April 7.  More ...

Rebecca Copenhaver
Rebecca Copenhaver: Philosophy and Modern Memory

Rebecca Copenhaver, professor of philosophy at Lewis and Clark University, spoke on April 18 about how philosophy, particularly the philosophy of John Locke and Thomas Reid, can help us reform our current ideas of memory. Copenhaver began by distinguishing between how we ordinarily view memory, and how Locke and Reid viewed memory.  More ...

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was the most recent guest in the Sacerdote Great Names Series.
Three Renowned Scientists Present on Campus

In the weeks following spring break, there is usually an abundance of speakers on campus. This year was no exception with almost 100 speakers presenting in the last 30 days on myriad topics. Three well-known scientists were among them: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Robert Ballard and Michael Mann.  More ...

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