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Sarah Maas ’08 Introduces Queen of Shadows

Queen of Shadows, the fourth book in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah Maas ’08, is being released on Tuesday, Sept. 1. Maas was a creative writing major at Hamilton.  More ...

Front from left: Kathleen Allen ’15, Tina Choinski ’15, Esther Cleary ’15. Back from left: Ben Schafer ’17, Chris Williams ’17, Prof. Max Majireck, Ben Wesley ’16, John Bennett ’16.
Majireck Group Presents at National ACS Conference

Seven students and alumni from the laboratory of Assistant Professor of Chemistry Max Majireck presented their research in a poster session at the 250th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS).  More ...

Matthew Keough '04 Appointed as Principal of Christian Brothers Academy

The Board of Trustees of Christian Brothers Academy has appointed Matthew Keough '04 as principal of the institution. The decision was made this summer to transition to a president and principal leadership model for the upcoming academic year. CBA is a private, Catholic, college preparatory school located in Syracuse, N.Y.  More ...

Mason Ashe '85 Awarded the Sport Law Attorney of the Year Award

Mason Ashe ’85 was honored at the National Bar Association’s 90th Annual Conference in Los Angeles this July where he received the Sports Lawyer of the Year Award. The National Bar Association is the oldest and largest association of predominantly African-American lawyers, judges, educators, and law students.  More ...

Sam Welch '86
Sam Welch '86 Named Executive Director of Career and Life Outcomes Center

Sam Welch ’86 has been appointed director of Hamilton’s Career and Life Outcomes Center. A native of Upstate New York, Welch graduated from Hamilton with a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in economics. Over 25 years he built a career in marketing, communications and advertising, acquiring extensive strategic and personnel leadership experience, and establishing a track record of building teams and understanding the needs of diverse stakeholders.  More ...

Reverend Sandy Webb '05 Called as 6th Rector at Church of the Holy Communion

This Sunday, August 23, commemorates Father Sandy Webb’s calling as the sixth rector of Church of the Holy Communion in Memphis that was announced on May 24. Along with honoring Father Webb, the church will also celebrate Rally Day, the start of the church year in ministry and education. Father Webb will speak at 9:15a.m. on his vision for the parish, themed “Eyes Upward, Lives Outward”.  More ...

John Murad '80 and Cora Alsante '85 Included in The Best Lawyers in America for 2016

Hancock Estabrook, LLP is proud to announce that John L. Murad, Jr. and Cora A. Alsante have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for 2016.  Best Lawyers compiles lists of outstanding attorneys by conducting exhaustive peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their professional peers.  More ...

Emily Moschowits '16 at a cafe in Italy.
Emily Moschowits ’16 Maps a Slow Food Journey

Though traveling through Italy enjoying wine-tastings and local delicacies may sound like a simply ideal vacation, Emily Moschowits ’16 is taking what she’s learned this summer in the food and wine capital of the Mediterranean and applying it to Hamilton’s own local community. Moschowits is in the final stages of a food-studies project, funded through the Levitt Center, addressing methods of promoting local sustainable food in the Upstate New York area.  More ...

Lin '15 signs basketball contract for Taiwanese league

Former Hamilton College men's basketball player Joseph Lin '15 (Palo Alto, Calif.) will play for the Fubon Braves in Taiwan's Super Basketball League.  More ...

Leigh Gialanella '15 at the Oneida Community Mansion House.
Leigh Gialanella ’15 Continues on Path That Began in Hamilton's Archives

Leigh Gialanella ’15 will be continuing along the path that she started at Hamilton by pursuing master’s degrees at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor this fall. Gialanella, a history major with dual Hispanic studies and anthropology minors, hopes through her studies to specialize in Archives and Records Management (ARM) and Preservation of Information (PI).  More ...

Matt Cartwright '83 and Max Flath '16 in Cartwright's Washington, D.C. office.
A Traffic Jam, A Bumper Sticker, An Internship

Max Flath ’16 is getting an inside look into the workings of our political system this summer as an intern in the office of Congressman Matt Cartwright ’83 (D-PA-17). Though internships on Capitol Hill are not uncommon, the manner by which Flath acquired his internship stands out as unique and reinforces the power of  Hamilton connections.  More ...

John Werner '92 Hosts 15th Annual Boston Posse Dinner

In late July, John Werner ’92 hosted the 15th annual Boston Posse dinner celebration to meet the 10 Boston Posse Scholars who make up part of the incoming freshmen class. The event took place at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  More ...

John Werner '92 Hosts 15th Annual Boston Posse Dinner

In late July, John Werner ’92 hosted the 15th annual Boston Posse dinner celebration to meet the 10 Boston Posse Scholars who make up part of the incoming freshmen class. The event took place at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  More ...

Kiana Sosa ’15 and Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer will reprise their roles in <em>The Mountainop</em> at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Mark Cryer, Kiana Sosa ’15 to Perform The Mountaintop at Edinburgh Festival

Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer and Kiana Sosa ’15 are off to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to perform The Mountaintop, that debuted at Hamilton on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in January. Sosa and Cryer will be performing the show Aug. 8  through 22nd.  More ...

Left: Tadler '89, Right: Archer '84
Ellen Archer '84 and Ariana Tadler '89 to Present at WIN Summit

Ellen Archer ’84 and Ariana Tadler ’89 will be presenting at the 2015 Women’s Insights on the Art of Negotiating (WIN) Summit held in New York City from September 30 to October 1, 2015. The WIN Summit is presented by The Negotiation Institute – the world’s oldest negotiation training organization and currently at the forefront of leadership innovation – and is a two-day executive development conference that unites academic faculty, prominent corporate leaders and influencers to share their research, experiences, and perspectives on how women can harness their strengths and achieve their goals.  More ...

Chris Bousquet ’16 at DC Inno
The Write Stuff

Chris Bousquet ’16 is entering the world of journalism this summer as an editorial intern for DC Inno, the Washington, D.C. branch of Streetwise Media. Streetwise Media was co-founded by Hamilton alumni Chase Garbarino ’07 and Kevin McCarthy ’07, and since its inception has expanded to own and operate digital news branches in Boston, D.C., Chicago and Austin. Bousquet’s internship at DC Inno is funded through Hamilton’s Joseph F. Anderson ’44 Internship Fund.  More ...

Paul Greengard '48 is Honored as a Nonagenarian Scientist

Paul Greengard ’48 was featured in Chemical & Engineering News’ article titled Sustained by Science, a tribute to all scientists who are still progressing in their field, even past the age of 90. Greengard was included for his research on the biochemistry of neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases.  More ...

Bob Hacker '73 Publishes Second Book

Bob Hacker ’73 published his second book, Scaling Social Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned from One Laptop per Child. The book is a practical guide to how to scale a social entrepreneurship venture based on 3+ years as CFO of One Laptop and five years teaching social entrepreneurship at Florida International University and MIT Sloan.  More ...

Onwaniqua Heard '15
Onwaniqua Heard ’15 Heads Back to the Classroom

Onwaniqua Heard ’15 is going to find herself back in the classroom more quickly than most recent graduates: this time, however, she’ll be the teacher, not the student. Heard will be entering the Greenwich Country Day School’s Co-Teacher Program this fall, a program that “gives co-teachers a chance to work with children of different ages and to broaden their professional experience.”  More ...

Marcus and McNerney ’13 Highlighted in The Hedgehog Review

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 ...

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