If you graduated since 2005 you are a member of the GOLD Group. For your 4,500 person cohort there are events and volunteer opportunities tailored for you; from career networking to faculty seminars to Alumni Council service to social gatherings. The College wants your GOLD years to be a foundational time as Hamilton alumni.
My Hamilton allows alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff to connect and interact easily online.
• CONNECT your LinkedIn or Facebook accounts to update your profile automatically and showcase the Hamilton groups/pages with which you connect.
• JOIN the growing Hamilton Career Network — or sign up for other volunteer roles — by indicating in your profile ways you’d like to help.
• CUSTOMIZE with modules that feature upcoming Hamilton events in your area, College news, your volunteer engagement or even the weather in Clinton.
• CHOOSE the information you’d like to share and hide any items that you prefer to keep private.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Russell Marcus and alumnus Sam McNerney ’13 were included in a recent article in The Hedgehog Review that lauded the kind of intellectual inquiry frequently pursued on a liberal arts campus while questioning the viability of those very institutions. More ...
In The Wall Street Journal’s The Weekend Interview, alumnus Matt Zeller ’04 discussed the plight of Iraqi and Afghan interpreters who helped Americans during our nation’s engagement in those countries and who now find themselves in great danger in their own countries. The article detailed the non-profit organization Zeller created, No One Left Behind, to get these individuals and their families moved and settled safely in this country. More ...
Ben Delia '05 was the overall winner of the 2015 HamTrek triathlon with a time of 52:42:19, Lauren King ’16 was the top female individual at 01:01:31 and Team McWhirter won the co-ed relay clocking in at 1:04:59.
Forty-two teams and 83 individuals competed in the 12th annual event on May 1. Participants swam 21 lengths in the pool, biked nine miles and ran 5 kilometers. More ...