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24 Participate in Grueling 90-Miler Canoe Race

From Sept. 9 to 11, 24 Hamilton students took to the rivers and lakes of the Adirondacks to participate in the 34th annual Adirondack Canoe Classic, known also as the “90 Miler.” Winding from the start line on the lakes of the Fulton Chain in Old Forge through to the finish on Lake Flower in downtown Saranac Lake, this grueling course pits paddlers against headwinds, narrow river channels, and more than 5.5 miles of portages (known in the Adirondacks as “carries”) where racers must lift their boats out of the water and carry them anywhere from 30 ft. to 1.25 miles before reaching the next body of water.  More ...

Luisa Briones-Manzano
Briones-Manzano Presents in Madrid

Visiting Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies Luisa Briones-Manzano presented “En un lugar de España de cuyo nombre no quiero acordarme…,” at the V International Congress of History and Cinema held by the Carlos III University of Madrid Sept. 5-7.  More ...

Professor Robin Kinnel, Nicholas Falcone '19 and  Abigail Tulchinsky '18.
Chemistry Students Research Potential Anticancer Substance

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world. On average one in three people suffer from some form of cancer in their lifetime. The hope of creating a molecule that could stop cancer cells from dividing is what drew Abigail Tulchinsky ’18 and Nicholas Falcone ’19 to research potential anticancer peptides related to cryptomaldamide. Their research this summer was conducted under the advisement of Silas D. Childs Professor of Chemistry Emeritus Robin Kinnel.  More ...

Courtney Gibbons
Gibbons Presents in Seminar Series

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons presented “From Statistics to Algebra and Back Again” at the Adelphi University Mathematics and Computer Science Seminar Series on Sept. 9. She considered a routine problem from statistics, finding a solution using algebra.  More ...

John O'Neal
O'Neal Honored at French Consul's Residence in LA

In honor of the promotion of Professor Emeritus of French John C. O'Neal to the rank of commandeur  in the Napoleonic Order of the French Academic Palms for his services to French culture over his career, the Consul General of France in Los Angeles, Christophe Lemoine, held a ceremony at the Résidence de France in Beverly Hills on Sept. 1.  More ...

New York City Program students and director Professor Derek Jones at the Tenement Museum.
NYC Program Tours Tenement Museum

Students participating in the Fall 2016 New York City (NYC) Program visited the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in Manhattan on Sept. 7. The Museum is housed in a building, constructed in 1863, that originally contained 22 apartments before it was eventually abandoned as a residential space.  More ...

Michael "Doc" Woods
“Doc” Woods and Salt City Jazz Collective Present Jazz Kick Off Concert

The Hamilton College Department of Music presents the Jazz Kick Off Concert on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 7:30 p.m., in Wellin Hall, Schambach Center. “Doc” Woods and The Salt City Jazz Collective start the year off with an evening of jazz and a suite of new charts by Woods.  More ...

Ernest Williams
Williams Co-Authors Article on Field Mowing

An article titled “Monarch Butterflies Use Regenerating Milkweeds for Reproduction in Mowed Hayfields in Northern Virginia,” co-authored by Ernest Williams, the William R. Kenan Professor of Biology emeritus and lecturer in biology, was recently published in the Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society.  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 ...

Derek Jones
Jones Publishes Article, Participates in Beyster Symposium

Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, is the co-author of an article published in the current issue of Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics. Earlier this summer, he participated in The Beyster Symposium on Employee Ownership in La Jolla, Calif.  More ...

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