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Paul Kellogg
Kellogg Presented with Honorary Degree
Chairman of the Board of Trustees Kevin W. Kennedy '70 presented Paul Kellogg for an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. More ...
Richard R. Hyman
Hyman Presented with Honorary Degree
Associate Professor of Music Michael E. Woods presented Richard R. Hyman for an honorary degree, Doctor of Music. More ...
Stephen L. Carter
Carter Presented with Honorary Degree
Charter Trustee Drew S. Days III '63 presented Stephen L. Carter for an honorary degree, Doctor of Humane Letters. More ...
Thomas E. Meehan '51
Meehan '51 Presented with Honorary Degree
Life Trustee Carl B. Menges '51 presented Thomas E. Meehan '51 for an honorary degree, Doctor of Literature. More ...
Christine Whitman
2002 Commencement Address
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christine Whitman's covered commitment, democracy, tradition and "[the] fundamental change in the way people treated each other [following September 11]" in her remarks to the Class of 2002 at Hamilton College's Commencement ceremony. More ...
EPA Administrator Christie Todd Whitman greeted Hamilton graduates before the ceremony.
EPA Administrator Christie Whitman Addresses Graduates
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Christie Todd Whitman told Hamilton College graduates that the September 11 terrorist attacks served as a catalyst for people to help others and urged them to consider volunteering time, in her speech at Hamilton's 190th commencement on Sunday, May 26. More ...
Maggie Hanson '02 Nine-Time All American in Track
Maggie Hanson '02 earned "All-America" honors with her 5th place performance in the 10,000m at the NCAA Division III Women's Outdoor Championships held at Macalester College on May 23. This marks the ninth time Hanson has received All American honors during her college career. More ...
"The Legacy of Uncle Tom's Cabin"
A display, "The Legacy of Uncle Tom's Cabin," is open now at Burke Library. This exhibit, which coincides with the 150th anniversary of the publication of Uncle Tom's Cabin, explores the complex legacy of Harriet Beecher Stowe's influential novel. Researched and designed by the students in English 451: The Culture of the American Renaissance, the display draws upon materials from the Burke and Rare Books collections at Hamilton. Materials framing both the print history and stage and screen adaptations of the novel are featured. More ...
Levitt Scholars
Levitt Scholars Feted at Luncheon
A record number of 40 Levitt Scholars from all disciplines at Hamilton College were recognized at a May luncheon. Sponsored by the Levitt Public Affairs Center, these Scholars made 54 visits to high schools and spoke to a total of 81 classes. Topics ranged from a discussion of Jane Austen to an explanation of brain research. More ...
Klinkner's Analysis Supports Lawsuit?
Government Professor Philip Klinkner's review of a New York Times finding that a disproportionate number of black votes were thrown out in the Florida presidential election may now be used as support for a lawsuit against three Florida counties. The New York Daily News reported that the U.S. Justice Department has announced it will soon file lawsuits against as yet unnamed Florida counties for voting rights violations during the 2000 election. More ...
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