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Milton Kayle '43 Interviewed for Fox News Documentary About Harry Truman
Milton Kayle '43 was interviewed for a Fox News channel documentary "War Stories with Oliver North, Biography - Harry S. Truman," which will be broadcast on Saturday, Nov. 17, at 9 p.m. (Check local TV listings). Kayle was a member of President Truman's White House staff from 1951 to 1953.
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Chef Stephen Durfee '85 leads Alumni College
Nearly 30 alumni, parents, friends and children gathered at the Culinary Institute of America in Greystone, CA on October 27, 2007 to participate in a chocolate demonstration with Chef Stephen Durfee '85, Pasty Chef at the school. Recently awarded the title Certified Executive Pastry Chef by the American Culinary Federation, Chef Durfee has had a long career as an award winning pasty chef. During the chocolate demonstration, Chef Durfee led the alumni association through a participatory candy making demonstration and offered a presentation titled "Chocolate 101." More ...
Women's Soccer Wins; Kosgie is National Runner-up
The Hamilton women's soccer team defeated Williams, 2-1, to advance to the sectional final Sunday, while Peter Kosgie '10 was the national runner-up in the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championship. More ...
Deborah Forte '75 is Producer of New Film The Golden Compass
Deborah Forte '75, Hamilton trustee and president of Scholastic Media, Inc., is a producer of the film The Golden Compass which will be released by New Line Cinema on December 7. The Golden Compass is the first novel in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy and stars Daniel Craig, Nicole Kidman, Sam Elliott and Eva Green. More ...
Rivera Presents Paper at Slavic Studies Conference
Assistant Professor of Government Sharon Werning Rivera presented a paper titled "The Russian Elite during Putin's Second Term: Has Militarization Continued?"
at the annual conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies on Nov. 16 in New Orleans. Rivera and her co-author, government lecturer David W. Rivera, revisit the question they addressed in a 2006 article in Post-Soviet Affairs, whether Russian President Vladimir Putin has created a "neo-KGB state."
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Pliskin and Jones Invited to International Economic Meeting
Jeff Pliskin, Associate Professor of Economics and Director of the Levitt Center, and Derek Jones, Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, were invited attendees at the First International Economic Research Meeting of the Mondragon Cooperative Academic Community. The meeting was hosted by the Mondragon University business studies faculty in Oñati, Spain, Dec. 3-4.
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Phi Beta Kappa Magazine The Key Reporter Reprints Article by Mariam Ballout '10
The Key Reporter, Phi Beta Kappa's magazine, reprinted an article by Mariam Ballout '10, featuring it on the front page of its winter 2007 issue. The article "Sex, Celibacy and Gender Roles in Shaker Communities" detailed the Couper Phi Beta Kappa lecture at Hamilton presented by Glendyne Wergland on Oct. 23. 
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It's Who We Are

For a number of years, the Annual Fund has produced a Flash Media movie to remind alumni, parents and friends of the College that the transformative experiences on the Hill that they remember continue today. Please take a moment to watch this 90 second piece. You will enjoy doing so.    More ...

Omori Invited Presenter for History Workshop at Dartmouth
Assistant Professor of Japanese Kyoko Omori was one of six invited presenters for the Modern Japan History Workshop at Dartmouth College on December 15, 2007. The workshop focused on the idea of Japan’s middle class, examined from the perspectives of historical, anthropological and literary studies. Omori’s paper discussed the work of Tokugawa Musei, a benshi, or silent film narrator. This tradition of oral art thrived during the early twentieth century. In particular, she addressed the function of parody in Musei’s detective fiction writing and its relation to middle class culture. More ...
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