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This Isn't Ally McBeal. It's The College Dorm.
The story covers the mixed-gender living enviroments of many colleges. The story features a quote from David Paris, dean of faculty at Hamilton College. More ...
A Board Member's Stint In The Chief Executive's Chair
Story by Tom Schwarz '66 that originally appeared in the May/June 2000 issue of Trusteeship was repaired in this newsletter for members of the National Center for Nonprofit Boards. More ...
Disloyalty As A Principle: Why Communists Spied
Story by Maurice Isserman, a history professor at Hamilton College, about why communists spied in the 1930s and during WWII. More ...
Narrowing Of Danish Polls Set Up Market For Volatile Euro
Government Professor Alan Cafruny is quoted throughout this story which looks at the Danes' sentiment toward the euro. More ...
Teens and Guns:Their View
The Story is based on the results of the "Youth and Guns" survey designed by Denise Gilbert, a sociology professor at Hamilton College. More ...
Hsi Lai: Politics Not As Usual
This on-line journal about Buddhism contained a review of Religious Studies Professor Richard Seager's book Buddhism in America. More ...
Researcher Casts Doubts On Some Underground Railroad Sites
History Professor Peter Hinks is the source for this story about the historical evidence of underground railroad stops. More ...
Great Schools At Great Prices
The article ranked Hamilton College 30th for best value among the national liberal arts colleges. More ...
The Secret To Personal Ads: Read Between The Lines
This article discusses the study by anthropology professor Douglass Raybeck about the truth in personal ads. More ...
Who Won? There's Deep Disagreement Among Experts
The article is about the disagreement over who won the initial debate in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in New York. Phil Klinkner, a government professor at Hamilton College gives it to Lazio. More ...
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