Since you can’t visit our beautiful campus in person at the moment, here’s the next best thing.
Media artist John Knecht presents selected films and electronic paintings. John Knecht’s work, and particularly his recent work, made for flat screen gallery installation and digital projection, has been finding an expanding audience on Facebook, as well as in galleries (and on his website: http://johnknechtart.com/). The various single- and multi-channel works that Knecht has produced since the early 1990s, including such recent projects as Deluge: Studies in the Super Natural (2010) and After Math (...
A service of traditional readings, singing of carols for the Christmas season, and special music from the singing group, Tapestry, directed by G. Roberts Kolb.
The weekly general meeting for The Duel Observer. In short: pitching ideas for the week's publication, discussing topical events, and assigning which articles and features are to be written for said publication.
Charlotte Botha conducts Hamilton Voices in Katie Kring’s Forgotten Voices based on texts by homeless members of the Springfield Street Choir in Springfield, MO.
Disabled Students Network (DSN) weekly meeting! This week we'll be discussing supporting students during the accommodations process and following up on our audit work. All are welcome to join.
Field House, Indoor Turf, Squash Courts, Alumni Gym Open. College ID Required.Please check 25Live for specific facility use. Physical Education classes and team practices have priority. Masks are required at all times.
College ID Required. Please check 25Live for specific facility use. Physical Education classes and team practices have priority.
Religious Discrimination in the Lebanese Real Estate Market An Emerson research presentation by Maroun Mezher '23. Abstract: We study the impact of religious preferences on real estate in Lebanon by conducting a survey through phone calls. We ask current owners about their preferences for their customers in terms of socio-economic status, regional and national origin, and whether they would offer discounts to customers from the same region as them. We compile this information and assign religious discrimination scores based on ans...
Masks required. Recreational skating for members of the Hamilton College campus community. Sticks and pucks are not allowed during this time. Skates are available at the Field House equipment desk. College ID required.
Intro to Indoor Cycling - This self-paced class will focus on the basics of indoor cycling while building the rider's strength and endurance. We will review proper bike setup, correct form and posture, and learn the basic cycling moves. The class will be 30- 40 minutes of cycling with additional pre and post-workout stretching. The total class time will be about 45 minutes. This class is open to everyone, especially those new to spinning. Please bring a water bottle and a hand towel. Mask Required. Instructor: Joan Kane
Meets Every Monday Instructor: Lisa Magnarelli Add some variety to your workout by using a weighted bar, hand weights and step aerobics to alternate strength training and cardio routines. Class begins at 12:10 and ends at 12:55, great for employees who are crunched for time. Class ends with toning, abs and stretch. Beginners are welcomed and encouraged to try this class.
Masks are required. Recreational Hockey for members of the Hamilton College Campus community. Sticks and pucks are allowed during this time, so helmets are required for all skaters. Skates are available at the field House equipment desk. College ID required.
We will use gentle movement to activate and reorganize your nervous system, so you can think clearer, feel better, learn faster and move with more ease and power. This class is taught by Anita Bueno, a certified Feldenkrais® practitioner.