Articles by Ethan Hammerman (4)


Hammerman ’13: The mission and purpose of Israeli-Palestinian Peace Week

March 9, 2011 4 comments

Correction appended. In a recent column (“Shalom-Salaam: dialogue as distraction or dialogue as action?” March 7), Francesca Contreras ’11 critiqued two series of events on campus dedicated to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict — Israeli-Palestinian Peace Week and Israelis and Palestinians: Working Together for a Better Future. Contreras rejects the possibility for […]


Ochocinco is numero uno to me

November 19, 2009 Comments are Disabled

There are some people in the world of sports that, well, are hated. And usually, there are good reasons to hate said people. There are a lot of people I hate in the sports world. However, there is one notable exception to this rule: Chad Ochocinco.

Columns, Sports

Ethan Hammerman ’13: Favre as hate-able as ever

November 4, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Favre was once an all-time champ. Now, in my book, he’s an all-time chump.

Columns, Sports

Ethan Hammerman ’13: Don’t take me out to the ball game

October 21, 2009 Comments are Disabled

Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd … ” Don’t you just hate that song? I mean, peanuts and Cracker Jack? If I go to a baseball game, I at least want a soft pretzel or hot dog for my troubles, not any of these chintzy, salty, dusty snack foods.