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Josh Huling '05 to Present on New Media and the Advertising Industry

Josh Huling '05 will give a workshop entitled "Surviving
Communications: The Medium that Changed Everything, and the 4 Lessons
it Didn't," on Monday, November 1, at 11:00 a.m. in KJ 224.
Huling graduated Hamilton College with a degree in Communication.
After Hamilton, he went on to achieve a Master's degree in Advertising
at Syracuse University's Newhouse School. Huling has worked at Doner
Advertising, in Plymouth, Michigan, since 2006, moving through the
ranks from Account Associate to Brand Leader, and working on such
campaigns as Owens Corning and the Detroit Zoo.  More ...

Mike Evans '05
Mike Evans '05 Hosts Youth Basketball Clinic in Mexico

Mike Evans '05, who is currently working toward a Master’s degree in Education at Harvard University, hosted a youth basketball clinic in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico on Oct. 9. With the help of the son of the newly elected mayor of Juarez, and the support of local parents and volunteers, he organized a free basketball workshop and tournament for 50 children.  More ...

Kat McGrory ‘05 Wins National Award for Education Reporting
Kat McGrory '05 was a recipient of the 2009 National Awards for Education Reporting, a prestigious national competition for education writing.  She was awarded second place in the “Large Media- Series or Group of Articles” category for her three part series, titled “School on the Brink,” for the Miami Herald about Florida’s failing school systems.   The contest rewards the best education reporting in print and broadcast media.  A total of 334 entries were judged in this year’s contest. More ...
Shannon Fitzsimons '05 with cast members Diana Stern '10 and Shayna Schmidt '12.
Shannon Fitzsimons '05 Returns to Consult on Theatre Production
Shannon Fitzsimons ‘05 returned to Hamilton this week as guest dramaturg for the Theatre Department's production of A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen, written in 1879. The production will be staged April 15-17 and 21-24. Fitzsimons, currently a student in the Ph.D. program in theatre and drama at Northwestern University, majored in theatre and creative writing at Hamilton. More ...
Social Enterprise Started by Emily Kerr '05 Finalist for Unreasonable Institute
Liga Masiva, a social enterprise founded by Emily Kerr '05, was selected as a finalist for the Unreasonable Institute.  The Unreasonable Institute chooses young social entrepreneurs to send to a “mentor-intensive” institute based in Boulder, Colorado.  The forty-two finalists will compete for twenty-five available spots in the Unreasonable Institute. More ...
Mike Evans '05 Tells of Founding Full Court Peace
Mike Evans ’05 presented a lecture during Fallcoming detailing his formation of Full Court Peace, a non-profit organization that aims to use basketball as a means of bringing together youth in sectarian communities. More ...
Mike Evans '05
Full Court Peace Founder Mike Evans '05 to Lecture
Michael Evans '05 will present a lecture about Full Court Peace, his peace-promoting organization centered around basketball, on Friday, Oct. 2, at 4 p.m. in the Science Center’s Kennedy Auditorium. More ...
Mike Evans '05
Michael Evans '05 Featured on CNN's Young People Who Rock
Michael Evans '05 is featured on CNN's "Young People Who Rock" in recognition of his efforts in founding Full Court Peace, an organization in Belfast that uses the game of basketball to unite and educate teens. The team is comprised of Catholic and Protestant teenagers. More ...
A Dream Come True for Joshua Bruff '05
According to Crain's Cleveland Business, Joshua Bruff, a 2005 graduate, was recently  promoted to a manager position of the Developers Diverisfied Reality Corp. More ...
Hilary King '05 Awarded Fulbright Grant to United Kingdom
Hilary King '05 has been awarded a Fulbright Grant to the United Kingdom. She will undertake a year of graduate study in the anthropology of development and social transformation at the University of Sussex in order to learn how anthropological theory can best inform economic initiatives. Ginny Dosch, Hamilton's Student Fellowships Coordinator, says the United Kingdom is the most competitive country for Fulbrights, with 465 applications for 12 awards.
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