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Adair and Gormley on WCNY's "Hour CNY"
Vivyan Adair, director of the ACCESS Project, and Sharon Gormley, ACCESS coordinator, were guests on WCNY-TV's "Hour CNY," in December. They discussed the ACCESS Project, a comprehensive Hamilton College program designed to provide low-income parents with the opportunity to receive a liberal arts education. "Hour CNY" is a daily TV talk show in which the hosts feature people and organizations of interest in Central New York. More ...
Senior Joe Finley
Basketball Team's Joe Finley Featured in Utica Observer-Dispatch
Men's basketball center Joe Finley was featured in a Utica Observer Dispatch article (12/13), titled "Hard Work Pays Off." In the article, Coach Tom Murphy describes Finley as "one of the hardest working kids we've had...He's made himself into a player." Finley, an economics major, is leading the Continentals in points this season, with 19.8 per game, plus 11.8 rebounds a game. More ...
Cheng Li
Cheng Li Speaks at Harvard University
Professor of Government Cheng Li, Woodrow Wilson fellow, participated in a panel discussion, "The Sixteenth Party Congress: A Springboard for Change or the Seeds of Conflict?" with Gwendolyn Stewart, Harvard University, and Joseph Fewsmith, Boston University, in December. More ...
Vivyan Adair
Adair Interview on WAMC Radio Program 51%
Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, Vivyan Adair, who is director of the ACCESS Project at Hamilton College, was a guest on WAMC Northeast Public Radio's program 51%, on Thursday, Dec. 12. The show 51% is a weekly half-hour of interviews and features focusing on issues of concern to women. Adair discussed the ACCESS Project at Hamilton College. The archived show can be heard on-line at www.wamc.org with Real Audio or Windows Media. 51% is heard throughout the U. S. on public and community radio stations, some ABC Radio Network stations, Armed Forces Radio stations around the world and on the Internet. More ...
The Hamilton College Choir
Hamilton Choir to Perform with University Glee Club of NY at Lincoln Center
The Hamilton College Choir will perform with the University Glee Club of New York City at its 217th Members Concert on Friday, Jan. 24, at 8 p.m., in Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York. Hamilton’s Choir will perform three songs jointly with the Glee Club: "My Lord What a Morning," "Somewhere/Tonight" ("West Side Story"), and "Ride the Chariot." The concert will be followed by an Afterglow reception on the Grand Promenade at Avery Fisher Hall. More ...
Celebrate Alexander Hamilton’s Birthday
You are cordially invited to celebrate Alexander Hamilton's Birthday party on Thursday January 9th, 2003. Pick your city, and join fellow Hamilton and Kirkland alumni at the party in your area. There will be a cash bar and unless specified, no RSVP is necessary. Just show up and bring a friend!

For more information, contact Kerri Page ’98 via email at kpage@hamilton.edu or call 866-729-0314. More ...
Annual Christmas Mass on Sunday, December 15
The Newman Community will hold its annual Christmas Mass on Sunday, Dec. 15, at 11 p.m. in the Chapel. The Mass will feature music by the Hamilton College Choir, directed by Music Professor G. Roberts Kolb. All are welcome. A reception in the Bristol Campus Center will follow the service. More ...
2002 Town-Gown Grant Recipients Announced
Nine grants totaling $20,000 were recently awarded from the Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund to educational, cultural and public safety organizations in the Town of Kirkland. Awards ranged from $7,875 to the Kirkland Police Department to purchase a Traffic Speed Display Trailer to $500 to the Clinton Central School District for supplies and materials to support volunteer activity at the elementary school. More ...
Eugene Domack
Domack Quoted in AP and Knight Ridder Articles
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack presented his research on the Antarctic Larsen B ice shelf at a meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco and was quoted in Associated Press and Knight Ridder articles. More ...
President Eugene Tobin, Vivyan Adair, NY Sen. Ray Meier and ACCESS student Monita Webb
Senator Ray Meier Secures $500,000 for ACCESS Project's 2002-03 Class
New York State Senator Raymond A. Meier, R-C, Western, visited the ACCESS Project at Hamilton on Dec. 9 to announce that he was able to secure $500,000 through the 2002-2003 New York State budget to continue the Project. Meier met with Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin and Director of the ACCESS Project Vivyan Adair, as well as some ACCESS Project students.

ACCESS is a comprehensive program designed to provide low-income parents in Central New York with all of the support necessary to thrive in an academic community. The ACCESS program provides an intensive and fully supported introduction to liberal arts education, coupled with extensive long-term educational, social service, employment, and family services support.  More ...

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