Public Events
Public Events Calendar >>

RSS Feed       

Media Relations

All News

Displaying 12171 to 12180 out of 15251 News Stories

Mohanty Lectured at Wellesley College
Professor of Women's Studies Chandra Mohanty presented, "Feminism Without Borders: The Politics of Transnational Feminism," at the Third Annual Domna Stanton Lecture, Wellesley College, on Feb. 10. More ...
Philadelphia Alumni Association Reception
Please join the Philadelphia Alumni Association for a reception with President Eugene M. Tobin. Thursday, February 13, 2003 at the home of Robert and Katharine Booth P'06 101 Righters Mill Road Gladwyne, PA 19035 Special Guest Speaker: John B.A. Nye '87, Director of American Furniture & Decorative Arts Department at Sotheby's, will discuss highlights of the Booth's art collection. Reception: 6:00 p.m.; Presentation: 7:00 p.m. More ...
Boston Alumni Association Party
Join the Greater Boston Alumni Association, parents and friends in cheering on the Men’s Ice Hockey Team vs. Tufts! Friday, February 14, 2003 7:30 p.m. Malden Forum Hockey Rink Tickets are $4 per person Post-game "victory" party at Hugh O’Neill’s 45 Pleasant Street, Malden Center (between Malden Forum and Malden Center T stop) *Cash bar and complimentary appetizers will be available* More ...
Evan Smith ‘87 Featured in San-Antonio Express-News
Evan Smith was recently featured in the major Texas newspaper, as he has been the paper’s editor since 2001. The article describes how Smith is “aggressively” attempting to make the notoriously “white” publication more diversified. Smith wanted to be a politician, but ended up attending Northwestern University for graduate school, earning a degree in journalism. Smith claims that he will publish more Hispanic writers; not only is it good for business, he notes, but it is good to get different perspectives and views in such a widely read paper. More ...
Paul Kuhn and Jared Reed, Curio Theatre
Classics Presents The Iliad
The classics department hosted a performance of THE ILIAD by the Curio Theatre Company on February 6 in the Chapel. More ...
Monk Rowe, director of  the Jazz Archive
Monk Rowe Trio Performs at Oneida Library
The Monk Rowe Trio kicked off the Oneida Public Library's "America in the Jazz Age Winter Jubilee" on Feb. 8. The Monk Rowe Trio performed 1920s-era jazz and blues, with saxophonist Rowe, bassist Genevieve Rose and drummer Greg Caputo. Rowe, director of the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, also appeared solo at the library on Feb. 23. More ...
Federal and New York State Tax Forms Available in Library
Federal and New York State Income Tax forms are available in Burke Library (ext. 4735). The Library has the standard forms and instructions available. Unfortunately, the complete reproducible federal forms have been delayed this year, but the library expects them to be available by the end of February. More ...
Summer Housing Available in NYC
Hamilton College is offering summer housing in lower Manhattan for current students and alumni only. Tenants will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.

Professor of Anthropology Henry Rutz is the contact person regarding summer housing in New York City. Any questions regarding this announcement should be directed to Professor Rutz: hrutz@hamilton.edu. The College reserves the right to rent only those apartments where minimum occupancy levels can be met.   More ...

Berbenich '02 Named Assistant Coach for New York Jets
Tim Berbenich '02 has been hired by the New York Jets football organization as an offensive assistant. He interned for the Club as an operations intern during training camps from 2000-2001. More ...
Hinks on Connecticut Public Television
Peter Hinks, professor of history, was among six historians featured on Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) on Sunday, Feb. 9. The 90-minute program, "Slavery and Freedom in New England," was based on a national conference of the same name that was recently hosted by The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition at YCIAS. More ...
<<First   <Back   1214 1215 1216 1217 1218 1219 1220 1221 1222 1223   Next>   Last>>

Didn't find what you were looking for? Try our news search.