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Work of Artist/Sculptor Stephen Knapp '69 Featured in Worcester Telegram
Stephen A. Knapp, a 1969 graduate of Hamilton College, and an artist and sculptor based in Worcester, Mass., is receiving accolades for his recent work in the Worcester area. Knapp, whose work has been commissioned around the world, has created a sculptural light painting for the Worcester Medical Center, and kiln-formed sliding glass doors for the newly-renovated Worcester Public Library. The main entrance to the library includes images that reflect the uniqueness of Worcester. Knapp and his work are featured in the Worcester Sunday Telegram, April 28. More ...
Cheng Li was interviewed by Agence France Press
Government Professor Cheng Li was interviewed by Agence France Press to answer today’s most asked question “Who’s Hu?” Hu Jintao is the vice president of China, and he is predicted to become the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party this fall and the president of China early next year. However, people in Washington know very little about this man, and everyone is eager to find out who is he. “He is cautious, but open-minded,” said Cheng Li, and more “he is very realistic, which means both liberals and conservatives and even the military like him.” More ...
Uncle Tom's Cabin Focus of Student-Faculty Discussion

A student-faculty discussion, "The Legacy of Uncle Tom's Cabin" will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Harriet Beecher Stowe's best-selling, anti-slavery novel, on Wednesday, May 1, at 4 p.m. in the Red Pit.  More ...

4th Annual AIDS Hike for Life on Sunday
The 4th annual AIDS Hike for Life will be held on the Hamilton College campus on Sunday, April 28. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the walk starts at 11 a.m. The Hike for Life is a 5k fundraising walk benefiting AIDS Community Resources. Sponsored by the class of 2002 and AIDS Community Resources. More ...
Author, Educator Sue Rosser to Lecture
The Hewlett Grant for Pluralism and Unity presents a lecture by author and educator Sue Rosser, "Including Gender and Race in Science Classrooms and Curriculum" on Monday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m. in the Chemistry Auditorium. More ...
Spotlight on Emerson Gallery
An article in the Wall Street Journal suggested Hamilton's Emerson Gallery's show "Hamilton Collects American Art" as "worth a stop." It goes on to mention the show included 62 rarely seen paintings by American artists, as well as various props used by Norman Rockwell in his works. The show ran from April 19 to June 9, but there will be selections from the show on display until August 4. More ...
Jazz Ensemble on Wednesday, April 24
The Hamilton College Jazz Ensemble will play some cool jazz standards and hot new tunes on Wednesday, April 24, at 9 p.m. in Wellin Hall. FREE! More ...
Leslie Bell Interviewed for Chronicle of Philanthropy
Leslie Bell, assistant director of the Career Center, was interviewed for a Chronicle of Philanthropy article (April 8) about how colleges prepare seniors for postgraduate volunteerism. More ...
Steve Culbertson '79 Op-ed in Atlanta Journal Constitution
Steve Culbertson, a 1979 Hamilton graduate, wrote an op-ed for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (April 24) about President Bush's call for volunteering. Culbertson says many already overtaxed nonprofits fear an onslaught of volunteers, but adds that there are plenty of opportunities for community service outside the traditional nonprofits. He is president and CEO of Youth Service America, a Washington-based nonprofit organization. More ...
Coaches vs. Cancer Continental Basketball Clinic on Saturday
The Hamilton College Basketball team and the National Association of Basketball Coaches invites boys and girls enrolled in Grades 4 through 9 to the 2002 Coaches vs. Cancer: Continental Basketball Day Clinic at Hamilton College on Saturday, April 27. The clinic will take place from 9 a.m. to noon, and the cost is only $20. All the proceeds from this clinic will go toward the American Cancer Society to further its cause in the fight against cancer. More ...
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