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Mary Beth Day '07 Makes the Top Team

Mary Beth Day '07 set her course early. She grew up in Seneca Falls, the birthplace of the women's rights movement, became fascinated with dinosaurs while still a preschooler, and discovered while doing fieldwork in high school that geology and archaeology were a great fit.  More ...

College to Focus on Need-based Aid

Citing Hamilton's "reputation for being a school of opportunity," Dean of Admission and Financial Aid Monica Inzer has announced a plan that will end merit scholarships beginning with the Class of 2012.  More ...

Record Number of Applications in

With a record number of applications in hand, the Admission Committee has completed the task of deciding who will receive a ticket to join the Class of 2011.  More ...

Teens Downplay Climate Impact

It's an inconvenient truth that would make Al Gore shudder: Despite an increasing emphasis at school and in the media on the causes and effects of global climate change, most American high school students don't adequately understand the issue, according to a national poll by Julio Videras, assistant professor of economics, and his Hamilton College students.  More ...

Domack Named First Johnson Professor

Professor of Geosciences Eugene Domack has long made his undergraduate students an integral part of his research "family." Over the past two decades he has led more than 100 undergraduates from Hamilton and other colleges and universities to Antarctica to do critical fieldwork.  More ...

Largest Gift Shows Artistic Flair

Wendy and Keith Wellin '50 gave the arts at Hamilton a tremendous boost this winter with a gift of $10 million for a three-building arts complex. Once completed, the project will add more than 65,000 square feet for arts education to campus, more than tripling the current space. More...

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Stacey Himmelberger

Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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