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Exhibition Features Art by Raye Leith (Osserman) K’78

Margaret W. and Joseph L. Fisher Art Gallery will be exhibiting four large format drawing installations and eight portrait studies by Raye Leith (Osserman) K’78. The gallery is located in Alexandria, Virginia, at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center.

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Philip L. Hawkins ’78 ranked in the top 10 Percent of NYSE CEO Scorecard

BSS News Bites ranked DCT Industrial Trust Inc. President and CEO Philip L. Hawkins ’78, in the top 10 percent for his performance this past year. This New York Stock Exchange performance ranking was for the year that ended on May 2, 2016. During that time period, DCT Industrial Trust Inc. shares were up 27 percent. Hawkins ’78 joined the company in 2006 where he led its initial public offering on the NYSE and the subsequent growth of its operating business and development platform.  More ...

Judy Silverstein Gray K'78 Publishes Book

Judy Silverstein Gray K’78, has published a book titled "Careers in the US Coast Guard." The Enslow Publishing website offers this description of her latest book: “The United States Coast Guard is often the first line of defense against attacks at sea. They are also the first call if there is a hurricane or a flood.  A career in the Coast Guard promises adventure, and working with diverse groups of people…”  More ...

Nassau Community College Names Thomas Dolan '78 Interim President

Nassau Community College has named Thomas Dolan ’78 as its interim president to replace acting president Kenneth Saunders. Dolan joins NCC from the Great Neck Public School District, where he served as superintendent.  More ...

Great Neck Schools Superintendent Tom Dolan ’78 Makes Plans to Retire

Toms Dolan ’78 recently announced plans to retire as superintendent from the Great Neck School District, a post he has had since July of 2009.  Dolan received a standing ovation from community members following his announcement at the Great Neck Schools Board of Education meeting.  More ...

Jo Pitkin K ’78 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Finalist

Jo Pitkin, Kirkland class of 1978, has received recognition for her anthology Lost Orchard: Prose and Poetry from the Kirkland College Community. The Next Generation Indie Book Awards committee has selected Pitkin’s work as a finalist in the 2014 Anthology category. As the editor, Pitkin has selected and curated many poems, short stories, novel excerpts, creative nonfiction essays, and one-act plays by Kirkland College alumnae, faculty, and administration.  More ...

Jo Pitkin K'78 and Circus and the City

On January 31, Hamilton and Kirkland alumni gathered for a guided tour of exhibition "Circus and the City: New York, 1793-2010." This was followed by a poetry reading by Jo Pitkin K'78 from her new book Cradle of the American Circus.  More ...

John G. Rice '78
John G. Rice '78 Interviewed by Bloomberg TV

John G. Rice ’78, vice chair of General Electric Company (GE), was featured on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance” in an interview that identified him as a graduate of Hamilton College and referenced the College’s Economics department.  More ...

John G. Rice '78 Interviewed by Bloomberg TV

John G. Rice ’78, vice chair of General Electric Company (GE), was featured on Bloomberg Television’s “Surveillance” in an interview that identified him as a graduate of Hamilton College and referenced the College’s Economics department.  More ...

Jo Pitkin K'78 Publishes Poetry Collection

The History Press has recently published Cradle of the American Circus: Poems from Somers, New York by Jo Pitkin K'78. In her poetry collection, the Somers native commemorates the traveling menagerie that helped birth the American circus. Essays by local historians supplement the work.  More ...

Molly Haughey '12
Haughey ’12 Peddles Benefits of Cycling in Boston

Like many cities, Boston encourages bicycling as an alternative mode of transportation that’s good for one’s health and for the environment.  To help encourage bike-riding cities must implement bike-friendly features such as bike lanes and racks. The Boston Cyclists Union helps make that city conducive to bicycling, and Molly Haughey ’12 was a summer intern there, writing articles for the organization’s newsletter and creating an informational video about the Union.  More ...

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