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Brialmont Cove
Brialmont Cove
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: When I came on watch at midnight seas were calm, winds light and a light snow was falling. More ...
Mitchell Stevens Reviews Home Schooling
Hamilton Professor of Sociology Mitchell Stevens explains the origins of home schooling in his book titled, Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Home Schooling Movement. Stevens compares Christian and secular home schooling and "provides insight into the origins of home-schooling" says the Washington Times. More ...
Leaving Larsen B
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: The ship turned due east and then north to begin a long transit back past Seymour Island, across Erebus and Terror Gulf, through the Antarctic Sound and then southwest along the Antarctic Peninsula to Hughes Bay. More ...
Eugene Domack at the high point on Robertson Island, Antarctica
Cape Marsh on Robertson Island
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: 7.5 degrees C; a heat wave! Robertson Island at the eastern edge of the Seal Nunataks provides the setting for today's work. More ...
Scott Barrett '90 Named VP at LeMoyne College
Scott Barrett, a 1990 graduate of Hamilton, was appointed vice president of institutional advancement at LeMoyne College. Barrett will oversee development, alumni and parent programs, and communications and public affairs for the College. Prior to joining LeMoyne, Barrett's advancement career included nearly six years as director of annual giving and associate director of major gifts at Hamilton. More ...
4th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Day
The 4th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Service Day will be held on Saturday, January 26, 10:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Volunteers will paint, clean, and perform other community service tasks in Utica, Rome and Clinton. Contact Senior Associate Dean of Students Nancy Thompson to sign up. More ...
Diana Duran '03 collects samples from the Smith-MacIntyre grab sampler for later analysis.
First Sampling Station
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition:Around 2 a.m. this morning, we started our subsurface sampling, following some basic mapping of the sea floor topography to locate sampling sites. More ...
Details for the spring semester's events will be available in January. Names to note are Mitch Hedberg, John Gorka, Martin Sexton, and Tony and Tina's Wedding. More ...
Catherine Gunther Kodat, Professor of English
Holiday Favorite "The Nutcracker" Was First a Flop
Taking the family to see The Nutcracker has become a holiday ritual for thousands of people in the United States, but this wasn't always the case. Associate Professor of English Catherine Gunther Kodat, a former dance critic, says that The Nutcracker emerged as a national holiday "tradition" only in the 1950s, largely thanks to the efforts of George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein of the New York City Ballet More ...
Sociologist Mitchell Stevens Guests on "Inside Tulsa"
Mitchell Stevens, assistant professor of sociology and author of Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement, was a guest on Tulsa, Okla. NPR affiliate KWGS on December 13. Stevens discussed his book and homeschooling on the "Inside Tulsa" program. More ...
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