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Wilson's Book on Cult of Confucius Published by Harvard University Press
Chair of Asian Studies Thomas Wilson's book, On Sacred Grounds: Culture, Society, Politics, and the Formation of the Cult of Confucius was published by Harvard University Press. More ...
Robert Colley '66 Named Associate Dean at Syracuse's University College
Robert M. Colley, a 1966 graduate of Hamilton College, has been appointed associate dean of marketing and distance education at University College of Syracuse University. He will oversee the college’s marketing, advertising, public relations and publications efforts. Colley will also direct the college’s development of distance and online programs. More ...
Guy Hebert  #31 in an Anaheim Mighty Ducks game
Hamilton Alumni Hockey Weekend Feb. 21-23
An event-filled weekend celebrating the tradition of ice hockey at Hamilton will be held Feb. 21-23 on the Hill. Activities will include men's varsity games against Colby and Bowdoin and an Alumni Hockey Game. A highlight of the weekend will be the retirement of former Continental goaltender Guy Hebert's jersey. A 1989 graduate, Hebert went on to become the Anaheim Mighty Ducks' first overall pick in the 1993 expansion draft. He is the franchise's leader in games, wins, starts, minutes, saves and shutouts. Hebert is currently the Mighty Ducks Alumni Association director. For information on attending the Alumni Hockey Weekend, contact Jay Bonham, associate director of annual giving, at (866) 729-0315, or jbonham@hamilton.edu. More ...
Ella Gant and Sam Pellman
Sam 'n Ella
Professor of Music Sam Pellman and Professor of Art Ella Gant presented a new work of performance art, "Got Hic," on Wednesday, Jan. 22 in the Emerson Gallery. More ...
Karsten Lund '03
Karsten Lund Explores Moroccan Culture Through Photography
Karsten Lund spent the majority of his summer in Morocco on a self designed project to explore the themes of tradition, modernization, age, youth and questions of identity in Morocco. Lund, a senior at Hamilton College, was the recipient of a Schambach grant which enabled him to remain in Morocco after his academic term abroad, in order to explore his chosen themes through the medium of photography. He will be exhibiting the 30 black and white photographs in an independent show on campus beginning on January 27. More ...
Klinkner Interviewed for Sacramento Bee
Associate Professor of Government Phil Klinkner was interviewed by The Sacramento Bee for an article (1/19/03) about President Bush and the University of Michigan's admission policies for blacks. More ...
Mandel '91 Featured on CNN Website
Brett Mandel '91 is featured on CNN website. In Mandel's book "Is This Heaven? The Magic of the Field of Dreams," Mandel tells the stories of people who have found peace, hope and renewal at the baseball diamond carved out of a cornfield near Dyersville for the 1989 movie, based on W.P. Kinsella's novel "Shoeless Joe." More ...
Town-Gown Fund Launches Campaign
The Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund has launched the second phase of a fund-raising campaign aimed at bringing the value of the fund to $1 million. More than 100 Central New York corporations and businesses, each of which has conducted at least $50,000 in business with the college over the past three years, are being mailed a letter asking them to consider a contribution to the fund. An almost equal number of businesses outside the region will also be contacted. More ...
The Patriot Ledger Features Author Steven Krensky ‘75
A recent article in Massachusetts’s Patriot Ledger featured Hamilton Alumnus Steven Krensky ‘75. Krensky’s first book was accepted to a publisher shortly after graduating from Hamilton, and since then he has published 65 children’s books. Krensky discussed the satisfaction he receives from his occupation, but noted that it is still a job; “You can’t have the mentality of, ‘Oh, I’ll write whenever I feel creative’ or you end up in a situation where your not working.” More ...
Alejandro Portes Continues Levitt Center Lecture Series
Alejandro Portes, Howard Harrison and Gabrielle Snyder Beck Professor of Sociology and director of the Center for Migration and Development at Princeton University, will present, "The Second Generation and the Future of American Society," on Wednesday, January 29, at 8 p.m. in the Hamilton College Chapel. More ...
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