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Shayna McHugh
McHugh '05 Presented Poster at AAAS Meeting
Shayna McHugh, '05, presented a poster, "Investigation of Bioactive Constituents of Stylotella aurantium from Guam," at the national meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Feb. 13-16. McHugh, who had been awarded a travel grant by Merck/AAAS, was accompanied by Robin Kinnel, Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry. More ...
Gold Featured in Discovery News
Hamilton College Classics Chair Barbara Gold was featured in Discovery News, among many other media publications such as the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, the Boulder City News, and the Staten Island Advance, and regarding her recent analysis of ancient Roman love letters and valentines. According to Gold, the ancient Romans wrote of lust, pain, and hatred in love letters, much different from today’s cards of love, caring, and friendship. Although the letters may come off sounding harsh, Gold admitted that she admires the Roman’s passion and complexity: “they melded coarse obscenities with deepest expressions of sexual, erotic longing.” More ...
NESCAC Presidents Decline to Participate in U.S. News Athletics Survey
The presidents of the 11 schools that make up the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) have made a unanimous decision to decline a request from U.S.News & World Report for detailed statistical information about the institutions’ athletic teams and programs.

The members of NESCAC are Amherst College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Trinity College, Tufts University, Wesleyan University and Williams College.  More ...

Hamilton College Announces Smoking Policy
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin has announced a new policy that prohibits smoking in all campus facilities and entranceways. The new policy takes effect with the start of the 2003-04 academic year in August. More ...
David Paris
Paris on Bill O'Reilly - The Radio Factor
Dean of the Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs David Paris was heard coast to coast on Bill O'Reilly - The Radio Factor. More ...
Freyer '95 to Lecture Thursday, Feb. 13
The author of All My Life for Sale, John Freyer, will speak about his effort to remove the clutter from his life that led to his widely publicized project and book. His talk will take place on Thursday, Feb. 13, at 8 p.m. in the Kirner-Johnson Auditorium and is sponsored by the government department. Freyer auctioned off all his worldly possessions on Ebay then traveled the country to visit the purchasers and learn their stories. More ...
Hamilton Professor Julie Dunsmore Featured in Family Circle
Hamilton Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Dunsmore was recently featured in Family Circle regarding honesty versus criticism with children. Dunsmore explained, “Parents should not be afraid to give corrective feedback... as long as it’s done in an appropriate manner.” The article explains that being honest with your child will produce a healthier self-esteem, and this is key to a child’s overall happiness. More ...
FebFest This Week, Through February 15
Hamilton College will host its fourth annual winter carnival, FebFest 2003, through February 15 on the campus. FebFest will feature a snoccer tournament, snow sculpture contest, community sledding, a Battle of the Bands and Gong Show. Many events are free and open to the public; others require admission with a FebFest button. More ...
HILLgroup Discussion Series, Feb. 11
The second in a series of HILLgroup Discussions for Faculty and Academic Development Partners will be held on Tuesday, February 11th, at 4pm in the Christian Johnson Browsing Room. We want to hear from you! HILLgroup discussions are informal. Refreshments will be provided. Please plan on joining us. More ...
"Food for Thought" Series Begins in Emerson
The Emerson Gallery at Hamilton College in conjunction with the current exhibition "Whistler & His Contemporaries, Prints of Venice" presents Lunchtime Tuesday Talks, "Food for Thought," beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 11, noon to 1 p.m. in the Emerson Gallery. Guest curator Professor of Art Deborah Pokinski will discuss "Whistler in Venice." More ...
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