March 2, 2010
On February 11, Hamilton alumnus George Mack ’92, a managing director at Barclay’s Capital graciously made himself available for students in the New York City Program. The class was curious as to the origins of the great recession. More ...
February 19, 2010
For the 5th year, students from Boston’s Citizen Schools visited Hamilton as members of 8th Grade Academy. Citizen Schools is a growing national network of after-school education programs for middle school students. Its programs complement classroom learning by engaging students in hands-on learning projects led by adult volunteers after school and supported by a staff of professional educators. Hamilton alumnus John Werner '92 is one of the founding leaders of Citizen Schools, and is currently managing director and chief mobilizing officer. More ...
Alumni News & Notes
January 6, 2010
Karin Lodinsky Nelson '92 is the co-author, with Anne Logan, of a recently published book The Ladies of Hyde Hall: History, Hospitality, Letters, and Recipes 1819-1963.
Karin graduated from Hamilton in 1992 with a major in sociology. She played softball and was a member of Kapa Delta Omega. Karin and her husband Michael, class of 1991, live in Cherry Valley, New York, with their two sons. More ...
September 21, 2009
Professor of English Vincent Odamtten presented a paper on "Selected Ghanaian Writing from a Pan-African Perspective" at the 5th Biennial Conference of Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora (ASWAD) in Accra, Ghana, in August. More ...
Alumni News and Notes
May 29, 2009
On May 27, Sarah Wayland-Smith '92 and collaborator Julie Farris unveiled A Clearing in the Streets
, an outdoor installation in Lower Manhattan that highlights the contrast between the grayscale iron and concrete of New York City and the rich green of natural ecology. Clearing
is a decahedral plywood chamber that protects a small meadow. Each plywood plank is set eight inches apart from its neighbor in order to permit limited visual access to the landscape within. During the next four months, the insular meadow will germinate and blossom, inviting repeat viewings. The project is sponsored by the Public Art Fund
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Association to Meet May 27
May 8, 2009
Hamilton College Trustee Thomas J. Tull '92 will address the Hamilton College Wall Street Association on Wednesday, May 27 at the New York Athletic Club. Tull is the founder, chairman and CEO of Legendary Pictures, which has co-produced recent blockbusters such as Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, 300
In addition to sharing his experiences in the cinematic business, Tull will discuss the role of private equity and hedge fund investors in the film business. More ...
Alumni News & Notes
February 6, 2009
Hamilton College graduate Richard Skinner '92
has recently published an extensive article on political partisanship in the latest issue of Political Science Quarterly
and is also basing a forthcoming book on the subject. Skinner, a government major at Hamilton, was also involved in WHCL and the Spectator. More ...