48C6A0B6-D55D-AAB0-8CE63D77C54B0248
4918432F-DFAE-FA3A-53870D8E0FA03CA3
Hamilton Alumni Review
315-859-4648 (fax)
Alumni Review – Spring 2015

In This Issue


Athletics & Academics

by Liz Morris '16 and Hannah Withiam '16

Bob Simon, who retired as professor of philosophy in December after 46 years on the Hill, talks about what he’s learned from his years as a teacher and coach, and how athletics and academics are mutually reinforcing. More ...


Faces Behind the Funds

Inventors, mentors, those who died in service to their country, even the first person to make a commercial trip around the world. The individuals whose names grace Hamilton’s endowed student scholarship funds are as diverse as their stories. Here are just a few. More ...


Café Opus Turns 20

by Maureen A. Nolan

With little fanfare — but tons of warm beverages and mango-brie paninis always served with a smile — the eclectic coffeehouse celebrated two decades on the Hill. More ...


What Matters to Main Street?

by Maureen A. Nolan

Have public policy expertise, will travel. Student researchers hit the road to help the village of Herkimer, N.Y., identify strategies to overcome trending economic woes. More ...


Advice from the Real World

Stay connected. Take risks. Believe in yourself. Recent graduates have seemingly endless ideas when it comes to how to approach life after Hamilton. Read their words of wisdom for the Class of 2015. More ...

Quick Links >>


PHOTO: NANCY L. FORD

PAUSE TO REFLECT. Installed this winter in the Kevin and Karen Kennedy Center for Theatre and the Studio Arts is a 21-foot-high glass wall into which is etched the name of every woman who matriculated at Kirkland College. The monument was christened in June at the All-Kirkland Reunion, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Kirkland charter.

Cupola