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Morris House Dedication, Ambassador Pickering Lecture Among Fallcoming Highlights

The dedication of Morris House as Hamilton’s newest residence hall and a lecture by career diplomat Thomas Pickering about the status of Iran will be among highlights of Hamilton’s Fallcoming Weekend, Oct. 1-4.   Football, men’s and women’s soccer and field hockey will host games on Saturday, a capella groups will perform and the Alumni Association will hold its annual recognition dinner.  More ...

Kelt Wilska '17 on the Santononi Range
Hamilton Outing Club Triumphs Over 46 Peaks for Second Consecutive Year

For the past two decades, the Hamilton Outing Club has designated one fall weekend as 46 Peaks Weekend. The goal:  to put at least one Hamilton student on the summit of each and every one of the 46 mountains in the Adirondacks that are above 4,000 feet in elevation. This past weekend (Sept. 25-27) HOC succeeded in accomplishing this goal for the second time ever -- marking two years in a row that this achievement has been made.  More ...

Ambassador Thomas Pickering
Ambassador Thomas Pickering to Discuss “Iran: Deal or No Deal?”

Ambassador Thomas Pickering, a career foreign service officer and distinguished fellow, foreign policy, at the Brookings Institution, will deliver a lecture titled “Iran: Deal or No Deal?” on Friday, Oct. 2, at 4:30 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is free and open to the public.  More ...

Spirits Cry, 2000. Image transfer on hand-woven linen, Amoco non-woven geotextile thread, and indigo dye. 36¼ × 49 3/8 in. (92.1 × 125.4 cm). Courtesy of the artist.
Two Exhibitions Open at Wellin Museum

Two exhibitions saturated with historical and cultural references, Karen Hampton: The Journey North and Tales of the Conjure Woman: Lady Fatima as Transmitted through Renée Stout, will open at Hamilton’s Wellin Museum of Art on Saturday, Oct. 3, with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. The reception and exhibitions are free and open to the public and will be on view through Dec. 20.  More ...

Quincy Newell
Newell Discusses 19th Century Mormonism

Associate Professor of Religious Studies Quincy Newell discussed lesser known aspects of Mormonism in the 19th century when she presented the 21st annual Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture on Sept. 24 at Utah State University.  More ...

"Blue - bird and jay" 12x16 oil on linen
Kuharic’s Work Featured in St. Louis Exhibition

“A Masque of Mercy,” a project space exhibition featuring the work of Katharine Kuharic, the Kevin W. Kennedy Professor of Art, opens Oct. 1 at the Philip Slein Gallery in downtown St. Louis.  More ...

Jill Lepore presenting "The Secret History of Wonder Woman"
Wonder Woman Identity Revealed in Lepore Lecture

While all superheroes have their secret identities, not many get to have a secret history as well. As New Yorker writer Jill Lepore, author of The Secret History of Wonder Woman, would explain in her lecture – sponsored by the Johnson Family Fund, the Dean of Faculty, Days-Massolo Center and the Kirkland Endowment – the mysterious past of Wonder Woman explains much more than just the origin of a fictional character.  More ...

Brett Mele '17 and Griffin Small '17 eyeball a measurement.
Hamilton Athletes Volunteer at Local Special Olympics Event

Eight Hamilton College athletes served as volunteer referees at a Special Olympics New York bocce ball tournament held at the Toccolana Club in Rome, N.Y., on Sept. 12. Hamilton Women’s Hockey and Softball joined the Baseball team for what has become an uplifting annual event for both Hamilton’s athletes and the Special Olympians they are there to support.  More ...

MacDonald Publishes Nonfiction Novel

Visiting Professor of Art History Scott MacDonald  has published a nonfiction novel, Binghamton Babylon, (Suny Series, Horizons of Cinema)  which documents one of the crucial creative adventures in the history of the academic study of cinema.  More ...

The SAA Archaeological Record Cover - Sept. 2015
Field School Featured on Archaeological Record Cover

The Slocan Narrows Archaeological Project, directed by Associate Professor of Anthropology Nathan Goodale and Visiting Instructor of Anthropology Alissa Nauman, was featured in a photograph on the September cover of the Society for American Archaeology (SAA) publication The SAA Archaeological Record. Pictured on the cover is the excavation at a 2,600-year-old pithouse at the project site located in southeastern British Columbia with field school students Anna Arnn ’17, Mariah Walzer ’17 and Michael Graeme (Selkirk College/University of Victoria).    More ...

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