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Men's Basketball Loses in Finals
The men's basketball team was defeated 93-84 by the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, in the final round of the Adidas Desert Shoot-Out in Las Vegas on Wednesday. The loss at the tournament leaves the Continentals with a 5-1 record for the season. More ...
Palmer Station and the Nathaniel B. Palmer
Palmer Station
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: The heavy snowfall is causing problems for the breeding penguin population... Penguins normally build their nests out of rocks in snow free areas... More ...
Diana Duran '03
"Grabs and Cores"
Hamilton student Diana Duran '03, will be spending Christmas in Antarctica. She is part of a Hamilton group, led by Geology Professor Eugene Domack, spending a month doing research there. More ...
Ravven Presents Paper at American Philosophical Association
Religious Studies Professor Heidi Ravven gave an invited paper, "The Garden of Eden: Maimonides' Account of the Imaginative Origins of Morals and Society," for the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy at the annual meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Atlanta, GA, in December. More ...
Sunset around 1 a.m. in Flanders Bay Antarctica.
Mooring Deployment
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: We never did get our blue sky yesterday. The clouds settled back in and most of the day was a bright overcast. More ...
Men's Basketball Wins in First Round of Adidas Desert Shoot-Out
The men's basketball team defeated Wartburg College (Iowa), 84-73, in a first-round game at the Adidas Desert Shoot-Out in Las Vegas on Dec. 18. Joe Finley led scorers with 22 points. The Continentals will face the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh in the next round on Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 5:45 p.m. (Pacific time) More ...
Bagshawe Glacier at the head of Lester Cove
Lester Cove in Andvord Bay
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: We made it into Lester Cove around 11:30 this morning ...the fog and clouds of early morning lifted enough for the crew to confidently move the ship through the ice to the head of Lester Cove. More ...
Emily Backman '04 and Anna Rubin
Anvord Bay
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: Anna Rubin, Colgate University, and Emily Backman, Hamilton College, collecting small samples from the Smith McIntyre grab sampler. Float coats and hardhats are the dress code for working on deck. More ...
Gerlache Strait at Ronge Island
Gerlache Strait
Journal entry from Hamilton's Antarctica 2001 research expedition: Today has the potential to be a beautiful day. An early light snow has ended, high clouds are thinning overhead and the clouds around the mountains are breaking up. More ...
Jeff James '75 Interviewed in Chronicle of Philanthropy
Jeff James, a 1975 graduate of Hamilton and the new director of the Cunningham Dance Foundation in New York, was interviewed in the December 13 issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy. He was formerly vice president for advancement and external affairs at the California Institute of the Arts. More ...
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