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Adam Vorcheimer '11, K. Blake Darcy '78 and Anne Vilsoet '11.
Darcy '78 Paves Way to World of Investing for Hamilton Interns
The world of investing is notoriously competitive, often characterized as a dog-eat-dog, cutthroat scramble to the top. But Hamilton trustee K. Blake Darcy ’78 has shown that companies work better when alliances are strong; he has hired two Hamilton students, Adam Vorchheimer ’11 and Anne Vilsoet ’11, as interns at his growing investment firm Formula Investing. More ...
Charter Trustees Bob Delaney '79 and John Rice '78 talk with Chinese concentrators.
Chinese Concentrators Meet With Trustees
Twenty-nine Chinese concentrators met with Bob Delaney ’79 and John Rice ’78, charter trustees of Hamilton College, for an informal conversation about their future careers on March 5. Delaney joined Crestview Partners in 2007 after retiring from Goldman Sachs in 2003 where he served in a variety of leadership positions. Rice currently serves as vice chairman of GE and president & CEO of GE Technology Infrastructure. More ...
Photo With Alumna's Painting Accompanies Article About Obama
A portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr. painted by Kirkland alumna Raye Leith K'78 (aka Deb Osserman) recently appeared in a photograph in The New York Times accompanying an article about  the Obama family's volunteer service at SOME (So That Others Might Eat) in Washington, D.C. on the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. In the photograph, the president is shown next to the portrait as he is greeting and serving the homeless. Leith recently donated the painting to the service organization which works to serve the needs of the homeless. To view the article, visit www.rayeleith.com. More ...
John Rice '78
John Rice '78 to Address Wall Street Association

The Hamilton College Wall Street Association will hold its fall 2009 meeting at the Racquet and Tennis Club of New York on Wednesday, November 4, from 6 pm to 9 p.m. The event will feature a keynote address by Hamilton Charter Trustee John Rice '78, vice chairman of General Electric ("GE") and president & CEO of GE Technology Infrastructure.  More ...

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