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Alice Popejoy '09
Alice Popejoy '09 Contributes to Discover Blog

Alice Popejoy '09 has contributed a post titled “Genetic Discrimination: The Best Reason for Universal Healthcare You’ve Never Heard Of” to the blog The Intersection at Discover Blogs. The post draws upon research Popejoy conducted at Hamilton with Professor of Biology Jinne Garrett about DNA, genetic testing, and the law.  More ...

Danielle Ain '09 and Abroad101 Win Startup Challenge

Since her graduation, Danielle Ain '09 has been working for Abroad101, an internet startup review site for study abroad programs. Recently, Abroad101 was named a finalist in the MassChallenge Global Startup Competition and Accelerator and awarded $50,000. The competition is the world’s largest for startups.  More ...

Fractals Publishes Article by Bedient and Two Alumni
Alumni Keith Gross ’09 and Brendan Sullivan ’07 with Yale alumna Jennifer Lanski have published an article with Professor of Mathematics Richard Bedient and Yale Professor Michael Frame in the journal Fractals. The paper, titled “Higher Block IFS: Memory Reduction and Dimension Computations,” is the result of work over a period of years by the authors as parts of various senior projects. More ...
Eric Kuhn '09 and Shelly Palmer P'11, P'13
Digital Networking Dominant Theme during GOLD Summit Weekend
Alumni and students had the opportunity to experience the power of the college’s alumni network firsthand at the GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Summit on April 16-18. Many presentations focused on the power of social media and other digital solutions to expand career opportunities. More ...
Kate Hails '10, Kenyon Laing '09, Ma Cho and Mu Sa Lee at the Refugee Center.
Levitt Weaving Project Expands at Refugee Center
Having proven herself as a Bonner Leader, Emily Powell ’09 was awarded $1,000 as part of the CASE Foundation Grant secured through the Levitt Center last January to fund The Weaving Project. The success of the initial project, which was conducted in coordination with a Women's Studies course in Global Feminism, assisted the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees in securing additional funding to expand the undertaking. More ...
Dan Kamenetsky '11, Kyle Roulston '09, Peter Lisle '11, Danielle Forsyth '11, Kylie Fraser '11.
Junior Year in France Students Cheer on Kyle Roulston '09 at Hockey Game
Members of the Hamilton College Junior Year in France recently went to the Sonja Helle Ice Rink at Bercy Stadium in Paris to cheer on Kyle Roulston ’09, the newest member of the Paris hockey team, Les Français Volants. With the help of Norm Bazin, Hamilton’s men’s ice hockey coach, Roulston joined a team that travelled to Europe this past summer looking to place North Americans in the European hockey system. Offered a spot on a team in Bad Tolz, Germany, and in Paris, Roulston jumped at the chance to play in the French capital. More ...
Kyla Gorman '09
Kyla Gorman '09 Awarded $10K Scholarship to Study Video Game Design
Kyla Gorman '09 has been awarded $10,000 by the Penny Arcade Scholarship Program. Gorman intends to use her money to pursue a degree in game design from The University of Southern California. More ...
Recent Graduates Receive Political Science Association Awards
The New York State Political Science Association (NYSPSA) awards committee selected papers written by two recent Hamilton graduates for the 2009 Best Student Papers honors. Blake Hulnick ’09 wrote “The Politics of State-Based Electoral College Reform” and Deanna Edwards ’09 wrote “Outsourcing the Military: Blackwater, Halliburton-KBR, and a New Military-Industrial Complex.” More ...
Elizabeth Benjamin '09 with students from Safe Passage
Elizabeth Benjamin '09 Spent Summer with Safe Passage
Elizabeth Benjamin graduated last spring with a degree in anthropology and Hispanic studies. While at Hamilton, she was a member of the national champion women's lacrosse team. This past summer, Elizabeth had the opportunity to combine her academic and extra-curricular interests by working with Safe Passage (Camino Seguro). Safe Passage is an organization based in Guatemala City, Guatemala that is devoted to assisting the poorest members of the community. Elizabeth spent two months with the organization as a classroom assistant, working with 5th and 2nd grade students and sharing her love of lacrosse. More ...
Christina Matulaitis '09
Christina Matulaitis ’09 is Named Hamilton’s Twenty-Third GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Christina Matulaitis '09 of Brewster, Mass. as its 23rd GOLD Scholar. Christina recently sat down to reflect on her Hamilton experience so far, and here's what she shared. "Recent graduates should never underestimate the power of a small donation. I intend to give back to the school every year, although it might be nominal in those first few years out. Alumni generosity made it possible for me to attend an amazing institution like Hamilton, which inspires me to give back in order to complete the cycle.." More ...
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