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USA: China's Next Leaders More Capable, Diverse
A new generation of communist leaders are now taking power in China, the story is based on a presentation and subsequent interview by government professor Cheng Li. More ...
Human Clone Researcher Will Teach at Hamilton
A story about visiting professor of chemistry Brigitte Boisselier, her duties on campus and her involvement in cloning. More ...
Culture & Thought--Books: Curry in a Hurry--Indian Writers Explore a Welcome Market in America
The story discusses the increasing popularity of Indian fiction. There are references to Kamila Shamsie '94, who teaches creative writing at Hamilton College. More ...
Race is on to Clone the First Human, Which May Happen Sooner Than Most People Think
The report is on the advancement in human cloning and it includes an interview with Visiting Professor of Chemistry at Hamilton College, Brigitte Boisselier. More ...
Colleges Wonder Why The Ranks are Disproportionately Thin; Economics Major Draws Few Women
The article discusses the disturbing trend of male dominance in economics, includes significant reference to research done by Hamilton economics professors Ann Owen and Betsy Jensen. More ...
Simon in Christian Science Monitor
Hamilton College Philosophy Professor Robert Simon was interviewed for a Christian Science Monitor article (2/2)about violence in the XFL football league, which was created by the founder of the World Wrestling Federation. More ...
Here Comes The Edgy XFL, Oh My!
The article is a preview of the XFL's opening weekend. The preview includes commentary by ethicist and Philosophy Professor Bob Simon, who questions the league's emphasis on violence for violence's sake. More ...
College Football
Newsbrief about new football coach at Hamilton College, Peter Alvanos, formerly of Swarthmore. More ...
Will Vouchers Rise Up and Sink Bush's Education Reform Plan?
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty at Hamilton College, David Paris is quoted in this story about President Bush's Educational Reform Plan and the role of vouchers. More ...
UNO: Looking For Someone Special? Take A Hike
The story, which originally ran in USA Today, is based on a study of newspaper personal ads conducted by Anthropology Professor Doug Raybeck. More ...
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