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October 2013

Clinton Visits Clinton

In her first public talk since stepping down as secretary of state, former U.S. senator and first lady Hilary Clinton discussed “Gridlock, Growth and Global Leadership” as the latest speaker in Hamilton’s Sacerdote Great Names Series. More ...

 

A Look Back at Fallcoming

On a beautiful autumn weekend, George Baker ’74 was honored as Volunteer of the Year, the Wellin Museum opened two exhibits and the sounds of world-class jazz filled the Fillius Events Barn. More ...

 

Jazz Archive Named for Milt '44 and Nikki Fillius

Dedicated during Fallcoming, the Fillius Jazz Archive recognizes a couple with a penchant for philanthropy, a passion for jazz and an enthusiasm for Hamilton. More ...

 

Smallen Named VP for Libraries and Information Technology

Creating new collaborations between the traditional functions of Burke Library and Information Technology Services is on the agenda as these two key College areas merge. More ...

 

Alumni Panelists Address Public Health

Lack of communication among government agencies, healthcare providers, physicians and patients is among the biggest issues hindering successful public health initiatives. More ...

 

Forever Wild Class Visits Adirondacks

In what has become a Hamilton tradition, Jim Schoff ’68, P’94 welcomed students and professors to his Great Camp Wenonah. More ...

 

Class of 2014 Announces Siuda House Terrace

The senior class gift will fund a new gathering area outside the admission offices to recognize the Class of 2014 as the first to be admitted under the College's need-blind policy. More ...

And Don't Miss ...

A Salute to Writing

Hamilton is marking the National Day on Writing by inviting alumni to share reflections on how the writing skills they developed at Hamilton affect their lives.

  • In a USA Today opinion piece, Sociologist Jenny Irons focused on two of the most significant predictors of gun deaths: income inequality and the percentage of the population that is black.
  • In a Huffington Post essay, President Joan Hinde Stewart wrote about Enlightenment philosopher Denis Diderot and the “dazzlingly original series of works” that are his legacy.

  • Biologist Ernest Williams' research on monarch butterflies was the focus of an Oct. 13 New York Times editorial, "Monarchs Fight For Their Lives."

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