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Don Spencer '59 was the first alumnus to arrive for Reunions 2012.
Through Rain and Heat, Don Spencer '59 Bikes 500 Miles to Attend Reunions

As Hamilton celebrated the 200th anniversary of the signing of its charter this past week, Don Spencer ’59 was celebrating his birthday as well. While turning 200 might initially seem like a grander feat than turning 76, Don Spencer’s 76th birthday was far from unremarkable. That’s because Spencer turned 76 while riding a bicycle in the midst of a nearly 500-mile journey from Pittsburgh, Pa., to Hamilton’s Bicentennial Alumni Reunion in Clinton, N.Y.  More ...

John Crosier '59
BIA Recognizes John Crosier '59

On Oct. 26, the Business and Industry Association (BIA) will present former BIA President John Crosier '59 with a Lifetime Achievement award during their 98th Annual Dinner at the Radisson Hotel/Center of New Hampshire in Manchester. The award recognizes business leaders committed to leadership in their careers, communities, and New Hampshire. Recipients mold their communities and state through their business endeavors, participations in local organizations, involvement in boards, and service to the local and state governments. Former U.S. Senator Judd Gregg will also accept a Lifetime Achievement award.  More ...

Barclay Ward '59 Represents Hamilton at Sewanee Inauguration

On Tuesday, October 12, Barclay Ward '59 donned his regalia to represent Hamilton at the presidential inauguration of John McCardell, Jr. at the University of the South (Sewanee). A professor of political science at Sewanee, Barclay attended the installation festivities and served as a delegate for the College during the inaugural procession.  More ...

Gene Long with his wife Arlene
Only A Game Airs College's Role in Goalie Mask Invention
The nationally syndicated radio show Only A Game presented the story of the introduction of the goalie mask in the NHL and the role played by former Hamilton track coach Gene Long and former Hamilton hockey team goalie Don Spencer ’59 on Saturday, Nov. 21. More ...
Gene Long with his wife Arlene
"Only A Game" airs College's role in hockey mask invention
The nationally syndicated radio show Only A Game will present the story of the introduction of the hockey mask in the NHL and the role played by former Hamilton track coach Gene Long and former Hamilton hockey team goalie Don Spencer ’59 on Saturday, Nov. 21. More ...
Former Hamilton track coach Gene Long and his wife Arlene.
USA Today Credits Coach Gene Long for Hockey Mask Invention
“Unmasking the real story of the man that revolutionized hockey,” a USA Today article about the development of the hockey mask in the National Hockey League, features Hamilton’s former track coach Gene Long and alumnus and former Hamilton hockey goalie Don Spencer ’59. The story credits Long with the invention of the prototype for the mask and highlights Spencer’s role as the individual who alerted famed NHL goaltender Jacques Plante to its existence 50 years ago. More ...
Wlajimir Alexis '13, right, with Larry Griffith, vice president of the United Negro College Fund and Gates Millennium Scholar program.
Wlajimir Alexis '13 Is Gates Millennium Scholar
Wlajimir “Jimmy” Alexis ’13 is the recipient of a prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship (GMS), which provides full financial support for the cost of undergraduate education for outstanding minority students with significant financial need. One thousand recipients were chosen from 40,000 applications in this year’s competition, the 10th. More ...
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Patton Boggs LLP Adds Daniel Murdock '59 as Partner
Patton Boggs LLP has announced the addition of Daniel R. Murdock '59 as a partner to its New York office. More ...
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Patton Boggs LLP Adds Daniel Murdock '59 as Partner
Patton Boggs LLP has announced the addition of Daniel R. Murdock '59 as a partner to its New York office. More ...
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