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Cameron Davis, Amy Wright '15, Joseph Posner and Dr. Argye Hillis, stroke expert and head of the lab.
Brain Attacks: Stroke Research at Johns Hopkins

According to the American Heart Association’s 2014 heart disease and stroke statistics, stroke is responsible for one out of every 19 deaths in the United States.1 Although stroke is a leading cause of serious long-term disability, Amy Wright ’15 has learned “that strokes can be preventable and manageable, to an extent.”  More ...

David Freeman '16
David Freeman ’16 is Intern at Vermont Cancer Center

Although not all tumors are malignant, those that are often serve as harbingers of cancer. Combatting cancerous tumors can be difficult, especially when the tumor is receiving the nutrients it needs to grow and spread. David Freeman ’16, a biochemistry major, is spending the summer interning at the Vermont Cancer Center (VCC), a collaboration between the University of Vermont and Fletcher Allen Health Care. Freeman's internship is supported by the Joseph F. Anderson Fund, managed by the Career Center  More ...

Writing Center
Record-Breaking Support Marks 2013-14 Fundraising Year

Hamilton has closed the books on another successful fundraising year, breaking several records in the process. Total contributions surpassed $25 million for the fifth time in the college's history. The Annual Fund reached a new height with more than $6.81 million in gifts, up from $6.6 million last year, and the total number of donors to the college, 11,089, was the highest in Hamilton's history.  More ...

Mercedes Corredor '15, right, with Professor Marianne Janack.
Mercy Corredor ’15 Examining Hegel’s View on Metaphysics

Mercy Corredor ’15, a philosophy major, is working on an Emerson research project, “Absolute Spirit, Logic, and Contemporary Philosophy: Returning to Hegelian Thought” with Professor of Philosophy Marianne Janack. Corredor is reading Phenomenology of Spirit, to examine Hegel’s view on metaphysics, “the study of what and how things exist,” she explained.  More ...

Andrew Holland
Holland's Scenic Design for Lizzie Borden Debuts at Tanglewood

Visiting Assistant Professor of Theater Andrew Holland's scenic design for the Boston Lyric Opera's production of Lizzie Borden was featured for a special performance in Seiji Ozawa Hall at the Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox, Mass., on July 31.  More ...

Alessandria Dey '15, right, with Rochester police officer Michelle Velez.
Alessandria Dey ’15 is Intern with Rochester Police Dept.

With mounting security and paranoia in today’s world, general feelings towards the police have shifted from adoring to uneasy. Alessandria Dey ’15, a history major, is working with members of the Rochester Police Department focusing on community outreach. “They hope to build better relationships between police and the citizens of Rochester,” she explained.  More ...

Erica De Bruin
De Bruin Publishes Article on Coup Prevention in Iraq

Erica De Bruin, assistant professor of government, published an online article in Foreign Affairs titled "Coup-Proofing for Dummies: The Benefits of Following the Maliki Playbook" on July 27.  More ...

Tori Fukumitsu,  Ichiro Kataoka (a benshi), and Professor Kyoko Omori.
Benshi, Japanese Silent Film Narrators

This summer, Tori Fukumitsu ’15, an English major and Japanese minor, is working on an independent Emerson project,“Performing With the Picture, Moving With the Times: the Role of Benshi in Preserving a Japanese Cultural Practice and Adapting to a Global Audience” with Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Literatures (Japanese) Kyoko Omori. Fukumitsu is exploring benshi, Japanese silent film narrators, and their performing art of setsumei.  More ...

Derek Jones and Jeff Pliskin
Jones and Pliskin Present at IAFEP Conference

Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, and Associate Professor of Economics Jeff Pliskin recently chaired sessions and presented at the 17th Conference of the International Association for the Economics of Participation (IAFEP).  More ...

Jessye McGarry '16
Live From New York!

Watching this summer’s comedy, They Came Together, it’s hard to imagine that Amy Poehler wasn’t always a leading lady in comedic entertainment. Yet Poehler’s gift to the genre does not stop with her films; rather it is one that keeps on giving through her involvement with the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (UCBT) and Training Programs. Jessye McGarry ’16, a creative writing major, is interning with the UCBT in New York City this summer with the support of the Joseph F. Anderson Fund.  More ...

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