Highlights of October’s coverage have been compiled by the Media Relations Office. Links are provided, but some may require subscriptions to access content. Please contact Senior Director of Media Relations Vige Barrie if you cannot open the link and do not have a subscription.
- “Author Maurice Isserman discusses his book about the 10th Mountain Division” – KOA (Denver news radio), Oct. 11
Professor of History Maurice Isserman discussed his book, The Winter Army.
- “US: Zimbabwean Professor shares first impressions after joining historic Hamilton College” – New Zimbabwe, Oct. 13
This article was reprinted from a Hamilton news site article featuring Dean of Faculty Ngonidzashe Munemo.
- “What are the main factors currently driving inflation?”– WalletHub, Oct. 13
Professor of Economics Ann Owen offered her expertise in answering this question.
- “Hamilton College announces new CIO” – Pensions & Investments, Oct. 17
This article announced the appointment of Lauren Jacobson as chief investment officer. Her appointment was also announced by Chief Investment Officer and Central New York Business Journal.
- “7 Questions for Tracy Adler on the Wellin Museum’s 10th Anniversary” – Artnet, Oct. 17
Director of the Wellin Museum Tracy Adler responded.
- “‘Miles Walked, Miles Driven’: This Year’s College Essays About Money” – The New York Times, Oct. 22
This article included an essay by Mimosa Van ’26 and her photograph in front of the Kirkland gate.
- “Florida’s educational gag order: More extensive and damaging than you realize” – The Hill, Oct. 23
President David Wippman co-authored this essay which also appeared on MSN’s site.
- “What’s in a name? Maybe a job” – NPR’s PlanetMoney, Oct. 27
Professor of Economics Stephen Wu and his former student, Vassar Professor Qi Ge, discussed their study about how name pronunciation difficulty affected job placement. A portion of their interview was also broadcast on NPR’s All Things Considered and Morning Edition.
- “Retired U.S. Army Brigadier General speaks out against the myth of the Lost Cause of the Confederacy” – Southwest Public Radio WGCU, Oct. 31
Visiting Professor of History Ty Seidule was interviewed on this topic.
- “History offers the best argument for continuing affirmative action” - TheWashington Post, Oct. 31
President David Wippman co-authored this essay.