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Campus landmark has new name, role

Ninety years after its dedication as the Sigma Phi society house, the Collegiate Gothic structure at the north end of the Quad has been meticulously renovated and rededicated as the Siuda House, home to Hamilton’s Office of Admission and Financial Aid.  More...
 

Talking the talk when it counts the most

A debate conceived as an entertaining competition to recall the political rivalry between founding fathers Hamilton and Jefferson did that and much more, according to the participants and an alumnus who was there to witness the war of words. More...
 

Tolles Pavilion honors friends of the College

Scores of friends and family members were on hand during Reunions '07 for the formal dedication of the Tolles Pavilion, named in honor ofWinton Tolles '28 and his wife, Patricia. More ...
 

Inzer among top admission deans

Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer, who directs this annual admission marathon at Hamilton, is no longer a well-kept secret. The Sherrill, N.Y., native was recently recognized by The Chronicle of Higher Education as one of "10 admissions deans who are shaping their field." More ...
 

Rising sophomore runs with the best

In May, Peter Kosgei '10 established himself as the nation's top Division III runner in the 3,000 meter steeplechase. Six weeks later he joined an even more elite group, finishing 25th out of more than 10,000 runners in the 30th Annual Utica Boilermaker 15K Road Race, where dozens of the world's best distance runners compete. More ...
 

Burke Library given Chester Gillette diary

The Adirondack slaying of Grace Brown in 1906 has inspired novelists and entranced journalists and sleuths for more than a century. Now the prison diary of the man who killed her has found a final resting place in the Burke Library collection. More ...
 

Gore at home on small stage, too

Al Gore's multimedia lecture on global warming to a capacity throng at Margaret Bundy Scott Field House got the headlines and the accolades, but an earlier stop at the Science Center may have been just as important to the future. More ...

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