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Oerlemans' Book, Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature Reviewed
A new book by Associate Professor of English Onno Oerlemans, Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature, received a positive review in the British newspaper The Guardian. "His (Oerlemans) perceptive readings of the Romantics uncover a keen sense of nature's materiality, but also reveals a nature that is 'strange and unknowable,' irredeemably 'other.'" More ...
Organizers of the Technology and Chinese Language Teaching Conference
Second Conference on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching is Success
The second Conference and Workshops on Technology and Chinese Language Teaching in the 21st Century (TCLT2), held at Yale University in June, drew 52 attendees from 30 institutions. The conference, co-sponsored by Hamilton College, was a follow-up to TCLT1, held at Hamilton in 2000 and organized by Professors of Chinese Hong Gang Jin and De Bao Xu. More ...
Rich Bernstein '80 Interviewed For New York Times
Richard Bernstein '80, chief United States strategist at Merrill Lynch, was interviewed for a New York Times article (6/23/02) about what the weaker dollar means for investors. "The good news is that a weaker dollar is very good for corporate profits. The strong dollar is one reason companies have suffered," Bernstein explained. More ...
Making Change: Working for Social Justice Conference
A conference, Making Change: Working for Social Justice, sponsored by the Kirkland Project, will convene at Hamilton College during Fallcoming Weekend, Oct. 4-6. Civil Rights activist Bob Moses '56, founder of the Algebra Project, a national math literacy program, will give the keynote address on Saturday, Oct. 5, at 11 a.m. More ...
Campers Receive Instruction from Coaches
Hamilton College Boys Hockey Camp in Session
For the next two weeks the Hamilton College campus will be home to 102 10-14 year-olds, who are participating in the 2002 Hamilton College Hockey Camp for boys. Young hockey players from 11 states including Colorado, Texas, Georgia, Florida and North Carolina are taking part in the annual program. More ...
A.G. Lafley Featured in Forbes Magazine
A.G. Lafley, a 1969 graduate of Hamilton College and a member of the College's Board of Trustees, is featured in the July 8 edition of Forbes Magazine.The article, "A Fresh Face: A.G. Lafley is giving Procter & Gamble a radical makeover," describes Lafley's 25-year rise through Procter & Gamble, and the company's new emphasis on beauty care products. More ...
Douglas Sheldon '63 Featured in MusicalAmerica.com
Doug Sheldon '63 has been named the new conductor of the Orpheus Club of Philadelphia. Orpheus is an 80-member male chorus that is Philadelphia's oldest musical organization; its origins trace to 1872. Sheldon, a music major at Hamilton, also returns to the Hill each year to direct the Alumni Reunion Choir, an all-male ensemble. More ...
Personal Dimensions: Five Donors Who Helped Shape the Collection
The Emerson Gallery, Hamilton College, presents Personal Dimensions: Five Donors who Helped Shape the Hamilton College Collection, from June 21 through August 18 in the North and South Galleries. More ...
Bill Yeomans '55 Named Volunteer of the Year
William Yeomans '55 will be honored as the 2002 Volunteer of the Year, and two alumni will receive the College Key Award at the Alumni Council dinner during Fallcoming Weekend, October 4-6. More ...
Milagros Gordillo Guttanti '05, Nichola Meserve '03 and Hannah Stahle '03
Students Conduct Research in Utica Marsh
Three Hamilton College science students are spending the summer conducting diabetes research on area snapping turtles with Biology Professor David Gapp. Hannah Stahle, Nichola Meserve and Milagros Gordillo-Guffanti are tracking snapping turtle and painted turtle populations in Utica Marsh, Westmoreland and in Stone Mill Pond. A collectors permit was granted to Gapp by the DEC and the Marsh Council to trap turtles in the Utica Marsh, which is a wildlife interpretive center. More ...
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