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Bush Tops Gore In Youth Survey
A survey by Zogby International and Hamilton College finds that young Americans favor Bush over Gore. The story includes quotes from professor Phil Klinkner. More ...
A Railroad in Transit New Research Challenges Location of Some 'Stations' on the Freedom Trail
The story is based on History Professor Peter Hink's study that questions the validity of several stops on the Underground Railroad in Connecticut. More ...
Hamilton Graduate Wins Nobel
Hamilton graduate Paul Greengard 48' won a Nobel prize in Physiology of medicine. More ...
Final Debate Likely To Be 'Empathy Fest' Face-Off Could Sway Undecided Voters
Government Professor Phil Klinkner is quoted in this article, he predicts the presidential debate between Bush and Gore will be a test of empathy. More ...
New Data On Technology Spending Offer Benchmarks For College Administrators
Information Technology story is based on study conducted by Hamilton ITS Director Dave Smallen and his Colgate colleague. More ...
Teens and Gun Control
Sidebar to this story features the results of the Hamilton Youth and Guns Poll. More ...
Film-Makers Use Bible As Their Screenplay
The story is about creating a video representation of the Bible. The story includes quotes from Hamilton Religious Studies Professor Steve Humphries-Brooks. More ...
This Isn't Ally McBeal. It's The College Dorm.
The story covers the mixed-gender living enviroments of many colleges. The story features a quote from David Paris, dean of faculty at Hamilton College. More ...
A Board Member's Stint In The Chief Executive's Chair
Story by Tom Schwarz '66 that originally appeared in the May/June 2000 issue of Trusteeship was repaired in this newsletter for members of the National Center for Nonprofit Boards. More ...
Disloyalty As A Principle: Why Communists Spied
Story by Maurice Isserman, a history professor at Hamilton College, about why communists spied in the 1930s and during WWII. More ...
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