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College Previews PBS' Hamilton's America

There are those fortunate enough to have snagged tickets to see the musical Hamilton either off-Broadway or on Broadway. There are others who have just listened to the score or have been regaled with stories about the performance. But all of us will have the opportunity to see a free preview of Hamilton’s America, a PBS Great Performance film on the making of the musical, on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the Chapel.  More ...

Play It Again, Monk

Having attracted more than 9,000 students to his first offering of Jazz: the Music, the Stories, the Players, Joe Williams Director of the Jazz Archive and Lecturer in Music Performance Monk Rowe will again offer this free six-week online program beginning on Sept. 6 via the edX platform. The course is designed to appeal equally to the casual listener, the avid fan and the proficient jazz player, according to Rowe.   More ...

Wharton's Jensen Discusses Gender Bias

Robert Jensen, professor of economics and public policy at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, gave a Levitt Center- sponsored talk on April 21 about the gender bias in developing countries. In particular, he focused on the economic and cultural implications of preferences toward male children in India.  More ...

Jenny Yang in the Red Pit
Yang Asks "What Would You Do If Money Didn't Matter?"

Writer and comedian Jenny Yang began her April 20 lecture by playing a modified game of “Heads Up, 7 Up” to get a sense of the crowd in the Red Pit. She started with general questions like class year, and asked attendees to cover their eyes as she asked more sensitive questions, including financial aid status and families’ academic backgrounds.  More ...

“Understanding Gender Bias in Developing World”

Robert Jensen, professor of business economics and public policy at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, will present a lecture titled “Understanding Gender Bias in the Developing World” on Thursday, April 21, at 7 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture is sponsored by the Levitt Center and is free and open to the public.  More ...

Tom Porter
Sakokwenionkwas Speaks About Oral Tradition

Although the Iroquois are known for many things, one particular source of pride is their history of oral tradition. On April 19 members of the Hamilton community experienced storytelling and political commentary from Bear Clan elder and leader of the Mohawk Community of Kanatsiohareke, Tom Porter, or Sakokwenionkwas -- “The One Who Wins.”  More ...

Rebecca Copenhaver
Rebecca Copenhaver: Philosophy and Modern Memory

Rebecca Copenhaver, professor of philosophy at Lewis and Clark University, spoke on April 18 about how philosophy, particularly the philosophy of John Locke and Thomas Reid, can help us reform our current ideas of memory. Copenhaver began by distinguishing between how we ordinarily view memory, and how Locke and Reid viewed memory.  More ...

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was the most recent guest in the Sacerdote Great Names Series.
Three Renowned Scientists Present on Campus

In the weeks following spring break, there is usually an abundance of speakers on campus. This year was no exception with almost 100 speakers presenting in the last 30 days on myriad topics. Three well-known scientists were among them: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Robert Ballard and Michael Mann.  More ...

Tom Porter
Iroquois Teaching and the Oral Tradition

Thomas Porter (Sakokwenionkwas - "The One Who Wins"), founder, spokesperson and spiritual leader of the Mohawk Community of Kanatsiohareke, will present a lecture about Iroquois teaching and the oral tradition on Tuesday, April 19, at 4:10 p.m., in the Red Pit, KJ. The lecture is free and open to the public.  More ...

Jenny Yang
Ethnic Humor with Writer, Stand-Up Comedian Jenny Yang

Jenny Yang, a Los Angeles-based writer and stand-up comedian, will speak about ethnic humor and finding your voice and career after college in a presentation on Wednesday, April 20, at 4 p.m., in the Bradford Auditorium, KJ. The presentation is sponsored by the Days-Massolo Center and is free and open to the public.  More ...

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