Alumni Play Major Roles in Haitian Relief
The Jan. 12 earthquake that devastated Haiti has unfolded as one of the worst human disasters of modern times. In the weeks and months that followed, Hamiltonians — alumni, parents and those on the Hill — responded with generosity and commitment as rescue, aid and rebuilding efforts took shape.
GOLD Summit Digs into Digital
Interviewing for a job? Maybe you should ask the interviewer a couple of questions of your own, Shelly Palmer P'11,'13 suggests. "What keeps you up at night? What is your biggest problem?"
Alumni, Students Wrestle Health Care
A group of public policy majors took on a daunting topic this spring in a debate over health care policy and how President Obama's reforms might be improved. And they got a little help from three alumni who served as outside experts and offered critiques of the 14 students' proposals: Jim Connolly '74, president of Ellis Hospital in Schenectady; James Millar '90, vice president for medical centers at GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals; and Anthony Carello '09, a graduate student in law and public policy at Syracuse University.
Kirkland Literary Anthology Lost Orchard Seeks Submissions
Kirkland College alumnae, faculty, administration and staff are invited to submit original creative work for a new anthology, Lost Orchard: Prose and Poetry from the Kirkland College Community.