Please join members of Hamilton College's Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee (MARC) as we celebrate the Lunar New Year this February 10th. We will meet in Chinatowns in cities across the country including Boston, New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago and San Francisco. Additional details are forthcoming -- please watch for an email from the host(s) listed below.
Boston Yully Cha '97, Tommy Liem '98, Rita Tran '09
New York City Emily Tang '08
Washington DC Wenxi Li '10, Andrés Henríquez '83, P'15
Plan to join us for MARC's very first Lunar New Year celebration!
And, Hamilton will treat you to your first drink.
Can't make it? No worries. You can still stay connected with MARC and Hamilton via social media.
"Like" MARC on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HamiltonCollegeMARC
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Hei La Moon Resturant
88 Beach St
Boston, MA 02111
Sunday, March 10
100 Allen Street
New York NY 10002
Wednesday, February 20
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Tony Cheng Seafood Resturant
619 H St NW
Washington, DC 20001
Sunday, February 10
11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
新年快樂| Happy Year of the Snake!
Skip McKoy '66, Andrés Henríquez '83, Wenxi Li 10 and Mikhail Bell '08
met at Tony Cheng's restaurant in Washington DC for dim sum and to
bring in the Lunar New Year. Great company!
Information regarding this event will be updated shortly! Please check back for more details.
Home of Andres Henriquez '83
437 New York Avenue, NW
Andres Henriques invites alumni and members of Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee to an open house on inauguration weekend in Washington DC. Enjoy the company of Hamiltonians to celebrate the inauguration's theme “Faith in America’s Future."
Five of the alumni who attended the event. Hope to see you at the next gathering!
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Brooklyn Public Library
Twenty-four years ago, Susan Hartman K’74, reporting for The New York Times, profiled a group of talented jumpers on her troubled Brooklyn block. During the past few years, Hartman worked with six award winning photographers and filmmakers on a multi-media project documenting the amazing young women. On November 30, Hartman presented her project at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Hartman has written for The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and Newsday, often following her subjects for months. She is the author of two books of poetry, Dumb Show and El Abogado, and a chapbook, Satyr. She teaches journalism at New York University, and is also on the faculty of the International Center of Photography (ICP).
Refreshments and savory treats were provided by Danny Garcia '84, Salsa Catering
The Days -Massolo Center was formally dedicated on Friday, April 1, during Volunteer Weekend. It is named for Hamilton trustees Drew S. Days III ’63 and Arthur J. Massolo ’64 and is aimed at promoting diversity awareness on campus. Massolo and his wife Karen unveiled the center’s plaque and Days offered remarks via video.More ...