Fall 2005

In This Issue

A New Home for Science

Photos by Bob Handelman, Bill Denison and Dave Tewksbury

Three years after the first shovel hit the dirt, Hamilton's new $56 million Science Center is a reality. Come take a tour of the building that provides professors and students access to some of the most sophisticated equipment and state-of-the-art facilities found at a liberal arts college. More ...

Antarctica Called Him

By Melissa Hendricks

Professor of Geosciences Eugene Domack has led numerous expeditions to Antarctica, most including undergraduates. But this year's trip produced results that surprised even the veteran researcher -- the discovery of a vast ecosystem deep beneath the icy waters and new clues about why the collapse of the continent's Larsen B ice shelf is unprecedented. More...

Doin' That Jazz Talk

By Donald Challenger

Now a decade in the making, Hamilton's Jazz Archive is a treasure trove of vintage recordings, historic photos and some 250 video interviews with the men and women who created and lived this American tradition. More...

Who Owns Hamilton

By James Leach P'02

Called "the ultimate volunteers," members of the Hamilton board of trustees are passionate about lending their time, brainpower and experience. More...

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Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
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Clinton, NY 13323
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