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Spring Break Is Now Back Break
The story is about the Alternative Spring Break program that many Hamilton students take part in. More ...
Home Schooling
This Internet-based publication quoted Sociology Professor Mitchell Stevens for a story about the home-schooling movement. More ...
The Secret To Personal Ads Is To Read Between The Lies
Anthropology Professor, Doug Raybeck is quoted throughout this article that examines his research on the personal ads. More ...
Voter Turnout Steadily Declining; Experts Say Apathy, Good Economy To Blame
Government Professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this article about the low voter turnout in the U.S. More ...
Hamilton College Institutes New Program
Hamilton College is adding a new curriculum that includes a seminar at the end of the sophomore year and eliminates distribution requirements. President Tobin comments on the plan in the article. More ...
Professors Study Why Women Avoid Economics
Ann Owen, an economics professor at Hamilton College conducted a study to find out why there are less women in economics. More ...
College Brass Draw The Color Line
The story is about the survey directed by government professor Phil Klinkner. The survey was given to 1,001 18- to 20-year-olds around the country and is entitled "The Racial Attitudes of Young Americans". More ...
Only Times Of Crisis, The Authors Say, Have Seen Progress Toward Equality
The article is a review of professor Phil Klinkner's book, "The Unsteady March, The Rise and Decline of Racial Equality in America". More ...
More Major In Black Studies
The article is about the increase in the number of students majoring in Africana studies. There is a reference to Hamilton College's program. More ...
Snow Won't Offset Drought
Despite all the recent snow in central New York, experts such as Hamilton professor Todd Rayne, agree that the ground water levels are still low. More ...
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