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The Diversity of Diversity

By Allison Eck '12

How do we define our differences, and why do they matter? With campus diversity a topic of frequent — and sometimes intense — discussion, we asked a sampling of students, teachers and administrators to share their thoughts on the issue and the word itself. More ...


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Meet the New Boss

By Carrie Zuberbuhler Kennedy '90

The ultimate fast-track job may be the one you stay at home to do — parenting. Some Hamiltonians who have taken that path are glad they did, and two alumni experts say the liberal arts can be perfect training for a career as Mom or Dad. More ...

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Work Hard, Play Hard and LOL

Students' online journals offer prospective students and their parents a more detailed look at life on the Hill, but they've also become a popular source of insight, inspiration and goofy wit. Think naked opera, or parodies of algebra proofs, or being surprised by a letter you sent to yourself. More ...

Richard Houghton

Point of View

Richard A. Houghton '65, acting director and senior scientist at the Woods Hole Research Center, argues that climate-change skeptics are misrepresenting the overwhelming scientific evidence of global warming in the recent debate over scientists' e-mail. More ...