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Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols
The Christmas Service of Lessons and Carols, a tradition born at Kings College in Cambridge, England, at the end of World War I, has become a Christmas tradition at Hamilton College. That tradition of holding a service of Christmas Lessons and Carols will continue on Sunday, December 8 at 4 p.m. in the Hamilton Chapel. The College Hill Singers will sing under the direction of Prof. G. Roberts Kolb, and College Chaplain Jeffrey McArn will preside over the service of the procession of lights, bidding prayer, familiar carols, biblical readings of the Incarnation, and a candlelit chapel ushering in the wonders and holiness of the season. A reception will follow the service in the recently renovated third floor of the chapel. This event is free and open to the public, and everyone is cordially invited to join us. More ...
Plan for Liberal Education
What makes the Hamilton College approach to the Liberal Arts unique?
  • Freedom in Distribution Requirements
  • Emphasis on Advising
  • Writing-Intensive Experience
  • Limited Enrollment Pro-Seminars
  • Sophomore Seminars
  • Senior Program
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25 Students Serve as Writing Center Tutors
Twenty-five Hamilton College students have been chosen to serve as Nesbitt-Johnson Writing Center tutors at Hamilton this year. Established in 1987, the Writing Center provides a place where students confer with other students who are trained to discuss writing. More ...
Karen Brewer, associate professor of chemistry
Brewer Publishes in Journal of Crystal Growth
Associate Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer had a paper, "Low temperature metalorganic chemical vapor deposition growth of InP using the new precursors pentamethylcyclopentadienylindium(I) and white phosphorus" published in the Journal of Crystal Growth. This paper is a result of collaboration several years ago with O.T. Beachley, Jr. (Chemistry, SUNY-Buffalo) and H. J. Haugan of the research group of B.D. McComb (Chemical Engineering, SUNY-Buffalo). More ...
Cheng Li Quoted in Newsweek
Professor of Government Cheng Li was quoted in a Newsweek (Nov. 25) article about China's "princelings" or relatives of top leaders. More ...
Day Presents Paper About 1960s Petersburg
Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian Jennifer Day presented a paper, "Home on the Outside: Self and Space in 1960s Petersburg," at the November 2002 annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies in Pittsburgh. More ...
Eugene Domack Receives Grant from CNYRPB to Study Oneida Lake
Professor of Geology Eugene Domack received a grant from the Central New York Regional Planning Board to study the depositional history and environmental consequences of the Oneida Creek delta in Oneida Lake. With Scott Ingmire of the Madison County Planning Office, Domack will begin a year-long investigation of the depositional processes and accretion rates of the delta in order to understand the relative role of wave action versus flood activity across the eastern shoreline of the lake. This is part of a larger effort supported by the CNYRPB in development of the Oneida Lake watershed plan, one of the largest watershed districts in New York State.

Domack gave an invited paper at the 9th Annual West Antarctic Ice Sheet symposium held in Sterling, Va., and a talk at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in November. In addition, he has recently published three papers in Marine Geophysical Researches, Geology and Paleoceanography. More ...

Larson Publishes Paper in Columbia Journal of American Studies
Associate Professor of English Doran Larson has published a paper titled "Taylor-Made Girls: Eroticizing Scientific Management in SISTER CARRIE," in the Columbia Journal of American Studies. More ...
Associate Professor of English Edward Wheatley
Wheatley Publishes Article in Disability Studies Quarterly
Associate Professor of English Edward Wheatley has published an article titled "Blindness, Discipline, and Reward: Louis IX and the Foundation of the Hospice des Quinze-Vingts" in the Fall 2002 issue of Disability Studies Quarterly. The article is available on line at  www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq. More ...
Martin Presents Paper at APSA Conference
Assistant Professor of Government Robert Martin presented a paper titled "Stigmatizing Dissent: The Democratic Societies of the 1790s and the Failure of the Deliberative Model" at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference in September. The paper was part of a panel Martin organized, "Political Problems and Social Agony: The Failures of Deliberative Democracy." More ...
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