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Hamilton thrust into national debate

Cover of The Spectator that featured news of Ward Churchill's visit to campus.

Hamilton found itself in the midst of a national and international firestorm following revelations that a speaker invited by the College's Kirkland Project had called victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks "Little Eichmanns" who deserved their fate.

University of Colorado Professor of Ethnic Studies Ward Churchill made the remarks immediately after the attacks, but they went unnoticed until Hamilton Professor of Government Ted Eismeier uncovered them about six weeks before Churchill was to speak on February 3 as part of a panel on prisons. More ...

Impacting tsunami relief

The tsunami that devastated nations along the coast of the Indian Ocean last December may seem like a world away from Hamilton, but distance has not stopped Freddie Dias '05 and Ingrid Tharasook '07 from getting involved in aid efforts. More ...

One-stop information service

The strategic plan adopted by Hamilton in 2002 sets this bold objective: "Hamilton will strive to become the national leader among liberal arts colleges for teaching students to demonstrate their knowledge and insights effectively through written, oral and other forms of communication."

To help achieve that objective, the Burke Library has collaborated with Information Technology Services to create the Information Commons (IC). Located on the first floor of the library in the Multimedia Presentation Center, the new initiative brings together high-capacity computing tools, the print and electronic resources of the library, and the professional assistance of both reference librarians and the information technology staff to provide a single point of service for the campus. More ...

Contact Information

Stacey Himmelberger

Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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