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Welcome Back! Reunions 2015 Begin on June 4

Hamilton will welcome back more than 1,100 alumni and their guests when it hosts the college’s annual Reunion Weekend, this year on Thursday-Sunday, June 4-7.  A special welcome goes to members of the class of 1965 who will be celebrating their 50th reunion, and the 50th anniversary of the signing of Kirkland College’s charter will be commemorated.  More ...

David Grubin '65 Discusses His Film The Buddha

To David Grubin ’65, creating a documentary is a process that carries him, as a filmmaker, from a state of radical ignorance to a state of profound appreciation for the subject of the film. In his latest film, The Buddha, which originally aired on PBS late last year, Grubin examines past and present implications of the story of the life of Siddhartha Guatama, the spiritual teacher who is credited with the founding of Buddhism.  More ...

David Grubin '65 to Present The Buddha

David Grubin ’65 will present a screening and discussion of his documentary The Buddha on Monday, Jan.31, at 7 p.m., in the Red Pit, Kirner-Johnson Building. The film was originally made for and broadcasted on PBS in 2010. The event  is free and open to the public.  More ...

Dr. James Cobey '65 talks with Elizabeth Parker-Magyar '12.
Nobel Winner Dr. James Cobey '65 Discusses Landmine Ban
Dr. James Cobey ’65 presented a lecture on ‘‘The International Campaign to End Landmines’’ on Sept. 16 in the Fillius Events Barn as part of the Levitt Center Security, Sustainability, Equality Inequality Series. Cobey, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997, lectured about the efforts he and others have made in pushing for the eradication of landmines across the world. More ...
Dr. James Cobey '65
Orthopedic Surgeon James Cobey '65 to Discuss Landmine Ban
Alumnus James C. Cobey '65, an orthopedic surgeon at Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C., will discuss “The International Campaign to Ban Landmines,” on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 7:30 p.m., in the Fillius Events Barn. He is the first speaker in a series of evening lectures for the 2010-11 academic year focused on three thematically based programs: Security, Sustainability, and Inequality and Equity. The lecture is free and open to the public. More ...
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