The Hamilton Grange National Memorial, a founding father's Harlem home, located on 414 W. 141st Street, New York was the venue for gathering Hamilton alumni, parents and friends. The namesake of Hamilton College, Alexander Hamilton created the tools for the success of the United States. From the humble beginnings as an orphan from the Caribbean island of Nevis, he became George Washington's right hand man.
Ranger-guided tours were conducted throughout the evening.
This event was co-sponsored by the Hamilton Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee and the Alumni Association of New York City.
Artist Frohawk Two Feathers led a narrative walk-through of his solo exhibition You Can Fall: The War of the Mourning Arrows (An Introduction to the Americas and a Requiem for Willem Ferdinand) at the Wellin Museum. Introduction by exhibition curator Mary Birmingham, Curator, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. Co-sponsored by the Art Department.
Members of Hamilton College's Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee (MARC) celebrated the Lunar New Year on February 10, 2013. Alumni and friends met in Chinatowns in cities across the country, including Boston, Chicago, New York and Washington, D.C.
Andres Henriques '83 invited alumni and members of Multicultural Alumni Relations Committee to an open house on inauguration weekend in Washington, D.C.