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Nobel Prize winner Martin L. Perl to receive honorary degree at Commencement
(April 3, 2009)
Perl was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 1995 for his discovery of the tau lepton.
Howard Dean to speak Monday, April 13
(March 29, 2009)
Former Vermont governor and Democratic presidential nominee gives talk in Memorial Chapel More...
Union to host conference on Mohawk River watershed Friday
(March 24, 2009)
The daylong symposium features about 30 presentations on topics including flooding, ecosystem analysis and water quality. More...
Gift from Jim Lippman '79 to support renovation of Social Sciences
(March 11, 2009)
A generous gift from Lippman and his wife, Linda, will support a major renovation of one of the most heavily used academic buildings on campus.
The building will be renamed Lippman Hall in honor of Jim Lippman's father, Robert G. Lippman '50.
Stephen Schmidt awarded inaugural Nichols Fellowship
(March 5, 2009)
The fellowship was created in honor of Byron Nichols, a popular political science professor at the College from 1968 to 2008. More...
Founders Day to honor runaway slave Moses Viney
(February 17, 2009)
Pulitzer Prize-winning author James M. McPherson will deliver the keynote address on the College's role in the abolitionist movement. More...
Union named to President's Honor Roll for community service
(February 6, 2009)
The Corporation for National and Community Service honors College for range of projects in the community More...
Wineapple a finalist for National Book Critics Circle award
(January 28, 2009)
Wineapple, the Doris Zemurray Stone Professor of Modern Literary and Historical Studies, is a nominee in the biography category for "White Heat: The Friendship of Emily Dickinson and Thomas Wentworth Higginson."
Noted economist Paul A. Volcker to speak at 2009 Commencement
(January 20, 2009)
The former chairman of the Federal Reserve will deliver remarks to 500 graduates June 14 More...
Lineup for 2009 Environmental Series announced
(January 19, 2009)