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College Previews PBS' Hamilton's America

There are those fortunate enough to have snagged tickets to see the musical Hamilton either off-Broadway or on Broadway. There are others who have just listened to the score or have been regaled with stories about the performance. But all of us will have the opportunity to see a free preview of Hamilton’s America, a PBS Great Performance film on the making of the musical, on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m., in the Chapel.  More ...

Ann Owen
Owen Discusses Interest Rates on Marketplace

Ann Owen, the Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics, discussed income stocks with Marketplace’s Mark Garrison in an interview on the program’s Sept. 19 show titled A boring segment of the stock market is on fireMarketplace programs are currently broadcast by nearly 800 public radio stations nationwide across the United States and are heard by more than 12 million weekly listeners.  More ...

Sue Ann Miller
Washington Post Cites Miller Essay

Sue Ann Miller, professor of biology emerita, unexpectedly found herself in the middle of a debate in a Washington Post opinion piece focused on whether or not the media is grading Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump on a curve. Much to her surprise, “Grading Trump on a curve, explained,” appeared on Sept. 7 on the publication’s website with the subtitle, “Are people using this metaphor correctly” along with several references to Miller’s writings.  More ...

Charles Dunst '18
The Hill Published Third Op-Ed by Dunst '18

Founding Fathers spirit found in Kaepernick protest,” an opinion piece published by The Hill on Sept. 1, argued that the San Francisco quarterback’s decision to remain seated during the national anthem was an expression of his right to freedom of speech. This is the third opinion piece written by Charles Dunst '18 that The Hill has published in the last two months.  More ...

Karen Brewer
NPR's All Things Considered Interviews Brewer

Professor of Chemistry Karen Brewer was interviewed by National Public Radio’s Senior Host Robert Siegel on Aug. 23 for an All Things Considered segment, “Hamilton College Introduces New Diversity Requirement.” Their conversation centered on the mandate that the requirement be fulfilled within a student’s concentration and how that might be accomplished in subject areas not normally associated with issues of inclusion and difference, identity, culture and social class. Brewer was last year’s chair of the College’s Committee on Academic Policy when the requirement was developed.  More ...

Theo Eshutu, Brave New World II, 1999, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian  Institution, museum purchase, 2008-7-1. © Theo Eshutu, courtesy the artist and Axis Gallery,  NY/NJ
Wellin Museum Presents Senses of Time

Senses of Time: Video and Film-Based Works of Africa – on view from Sept. 10 to Dec. 11 at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art – explores how time is experienced and produced by the human body. Figures stand, climb, dance and dissolve in nine works of video and film art by seven acclaimed contemporary African artists. An opening reception will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 10. 

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L-R: Univ. of Oregon's Jim Rawlins, Univ. of Richmond's Stephanie Dupaul and Monica Inzer at the National Press Club
Inzer Participates in Media Roundtable

A revamped SAT, a new college-application platform, financial aid, endowment spending and issues related to recruitment and retention were among the topics addressed during a recent media roundtable attended by Vice President of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer.  One of the immediate results of the session was an article that appeared on Aug. 3 on The Atlantic site titled “The Pitfalls of Free Tuition” in which Inzer was quoted extensively.  More ...

Charles Dunst '18
The Hill Publishes Dunst '18 Opeds

Due to strict Senate ethic codes, rising junior Charles Dunst was unable to publish any of his opinions publicly while serving as a military and veterans affairs intern in U.S. Senator Kristen Gillibrand’s office this summer. As soon as he completed his internship, however, Dunst submitted two essays to The Hill, both of which were published in the second half of July.  More ...

Russian Elite Poll 2016
Washington Post Publishes Rivera's Analysis of Russian Poll

Titled “Russian elites are more expansionist, militaristic, and anti-American than at any point since 1993,” an analysis published in the Washington Post’s blog, The Monkey Cage, by Associate Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera affirms the article’s title.  The July 22 piece was written by Rivera with students in her Levitt Research Group – James Bryan ’16, Emma Raynor ’18, and Hunter Sobczak ’17.  More ...

Sam Rosenfeld
Rosenfeld Interviewed on Canadian TV

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government Sam Rosenfeld was interviewed on two CTV News broadcasts about aspects of the Republican National Convention on Thursday, July 21. CTV is Canada’s most-watched television network.  More ...

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