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Nordic Ski Team Having Success in Northeast Competitions
Hamilton's Nordic Ski Team is making a name for itself in competitions in the Northeast. Emily Stinson '09 has been instrumental in organizing a team that travels and competes every weekend.
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Ryan Mulligan '08 Exports His Rugby Talent Down-Under
Hamilton College graduate Ryan Mulligan '08 has recently made history when he became the first American Rugby League player to export his talents down-under.  Mulligan, standing just less than 6ft. and weighing 220 lb., recently signed with the South Newcastle Knights in New South Wales as the first in what could become a regular player exchange. More ...
Ryan Mulligan '08 Exports His Rugby Talent Down-Under
Hamilton College graduate Ryan Mulligan '08 has recently made history when he became the first American Rugby League player to export his talents down-under.  Mulligan, standing just less than 6ft. and weighing 220 lb., recently signed with the South Newcastle Knights in New South Wales as the first in what could become a regular player exchange. More ...
Women's hockey falls to Colby in NESCAC game
Colby College scored three goals in the third period and the visiting Mules went on to a 5-3 win against Hamilton College in a New England Small College Athletic Conference game played at Russell Sage Rink on Feb. 7. More ...
Photography of Alexis Mann '05 Featured In Sun Magazine
Photographs taken by Hamilton graduate Alexis Mann '05 are being featured in this month's issue of Sun Magazine.  The Sun, which features black and white photography, creative writing, and poetry, is a competitive medium for both emerging and established artists who endeavor to summon the "splendor and heartache of being human." More ...
Women's squash drops three matches at CSA Championships
Hamilton College dropped three matches in the CSA Team Championships Kurtz Cup "B" Division, held at Harvard University, Feb 13-15. More ...
Swagvault WOW Guild Sponsorship Program Launched
Swagvault WOW Guild Sponsorship Program Launched Dear Guild Leaders, As the pioneer of MMOG secondary market, SwagVault has been devoting to helping our valued customers maximize their gaming experience. Now we are glad to launch another amazing incentive plan to all of you: “SwagVault World of WarCraft Guild Sponsorship Program” The details of the guild sponsorship are as follows: Guild Size Gold Reward 50-100 Members 1000G /month 100-150 Members 2000G/month 150-300 Members 5000G/month 300-450 Members 10000G/ month More than 450 Members 15000G/month This sponsorship program will last for 3 months. Any guild with interest can write an application and the first 100 qualified applicants will get free gold from us. First Comes, First Served! Read more detailed information HERE and grasp this generous offer! Good Luck! With Best Regards, The SwagVault Team More ...
Loughlin Meghji Co. Adds Charles Smith '89 to Senior Staff
The Loughlin Meghji Company, one of the leading financial advisory firms in the United States, has announced the addition of Hamilton graduate Charles Smith '89 to its senior staff.  Smith, most recently a Managing Director in JPMorgan's Leveraged Finance Group, joins Loughlin Meghji with nearly twenty years of leveraged loan and high-yield experience with merchant banking transactions. More ...
Women's basketball gives up 74 points in loss at Skidmore
Skidmore College shot 60 percent from the floor in the second half and handed visiting Hamilton College a disappointing 74-59 Liberty League loss on Feb. 20. The 74 points are the most that the Continentals have allowed all season. More ...
More school records and provisional NCAA cuts for women's swimming & diving
Hamilton College recorded two more provisional NCAA cuts and broke two more school records in the second day of competition of the New England Small College Athletic Conference Championships at Bowdoin College on Feb. 21. More ...
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