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Jaime Yordan '71 Joins Citi Markets & Banking as Vice Chairman, Global Banking, for Latin America
Citi, the leading global financial services company, announced that Jaime E. Yordan '71 has joined Citi Markets & Banking as vice chairman, Global Banking, Latin America. Yordan is a charter trustee of Hamilton and was one of three alumni who spoke to Hamilton international finance economics classes in 2007. According to a press release from the company, "Yordan will join Citi's efforts to build on its successful global banking business in Latin America through senior coverage of key clients in the region, as well as capitalizing on significant opportunities in banking, fixed income, and equity markets."
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Hamilton's Skenandoa House Mentioned in National Wildlife Federation Report
Hamilton College was named in a new report released by the Campus Ecology program of the National Wildlife Federation earlier this month. The report, "Higher Education in a Warming World: The Business Case for Climate Leadership on Campus," illustrates the ways in which more than 100 colleges and universities are making significant cuts in CO2 emissions while reaping financial, educational and other benefits.
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Dining Like Our Ancestors
Students in Frank Sciacca and David Gapp's "Food for Thought" class put aside their cell phones, iPods and even forks, and enjoyed a historically accurate, early 19th century meal on Jan. 31 in the Great Room at Spencer House.
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Nonny Chizea '08 Interns with Utica Observer-Dispatch
Hamilton College student Nonny Chizea '08 has had several articles featured in the Utica Observer-Dispatch during her internship with the newspaper. In her most recent article, Chizea wrote about a Utica-area veteran who recently received six medals for his service in the Navy during World War II, no less than 60 years after leaving the military. She has also written an article acknowledging a local man's planning of a Pennsylvania memorial for United 93 crash victims. Chizea's articles are also featured on the Observer-Dispatch Web site's homepage, www.uticaod.com. More ...
Klinkner Quoted in Los Angeles Times
Philip Klinkner, James S. Sherman Associate Professor of Government and Associate Dean of Students, has been interviewed and quoted recently by several media outlets including The Los Angeles Times and The New York Times political blog about Super Tuesday and future primary elections and caucuses. More ...
William E. Williams '73 Lectures at Hamilton

William E. Williams '73

William Earle Williams '73 with Students

The opening of a trio of exhibitions on view in the Emerson Gallery was celebrated Feb.12 with a talk by William Earl Williams '73 whose work comprises two of the shows, Celebrating Unsung Heroes and Unsung Places in Photographs and Uncovering the Path to Freedom: Photographs of the Underground Railroad. The black and white photographs illustrate two aspects of African American history: largely unknown Civil War battle sites that involved black soldiers and sites in Central New York significant to the Underground Railroad. Williams explained that his interest in the latter subject originated while attending Hamilton. He discussed the photos as historical documents, as formal artistic works and as artifacts with temporally significant meanings evoking in the viewer reflection on memory, dream and culture. The frequently haunting 
images inspire a reverence for the historical events as well as the passage of time.

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Leslie Norton quoted in New York Times 1/28/08
Professor Norton of the Dance Department was quoted as an authority on set and costume designs of the Diaghilev Ballets Russes era in a January 27, 2008 NYT article by dance critic Claudia La Rocco. The article, "Time to Retire Those Sets and Tutus," discusses the extra-choreographic elements that contribute to a complete artwork and suggests that the traditional expectations and conservative tastes of today's classical ballet audience may have contributed to an inhibited visual aesthetic since the Diaghilev era (1909-29), when artists like Picasso, Matisse, and DalĂ­ were employed to design sets and costumes for the Ballets Russes. More ...
Owen Presents Paper at Brown University
Ann Owen, associate professor of economics and director of the Levitt Center's Sustainability Program, presented a paper she wrote with economics professors Julio Videras and Stephen Wu at Brown University on Feb. 14. The paper, "More Information Isn't Always Better: The Case of the Voluntary Provision of Environmental Quality" examines how individuals' beliefs about the impact of their actions is related to their behavior. More ...
De Swaan Photo in Center for Fine Art Photography Show
A photograph by Visiting Instructor of Art Sylvia de Swaan was selected by The Center for Fine Art Photography as part of it most recent exhibition of photographic fine art, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, which opened on Feb. 1. Andrew Darlow, editorial director at Digital Imaging Techniques magazine and a former instructor at the International Center of Photography in New York City, was the juror for the exhibition. More ...
De Swaan's Work Featured in Photography Text
The photography of Visiting Instructor of Art Sylvia de Swaan is included in a four-page spread in a new book titled The Elements of Photography – Understanding and Creating Sophisitcated Images. De Swaan's "Sub-Version Series" is represented with three images and is accompanied by an artist's statement and her comments on framing and borders. More ...
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