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Whitney Overocker '09 on Venice's Grand Canal.
Whitney Overocker '09 Sets Sights on Venice
The car ride from Albany to Boston was long, but worth it. As a 10-year-old, Whitney Overocker ’09 joined her mother on a trip to see a Claude Monet exhibition. Overocker remembers admiring the resplendent light that Monet cast on lily pads and haystacks and the Notre Dame cathedral. Her childhood awe transformed into an academic interest in the history of art when she took a class on Renaissance Art with John and Anne Fischer Professor in Fine Arts John McEnroe. Overocker is interning this summer at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection (PGC) of Modern Art in Venice, Italy. 
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Jenna Fain '09
Young Hamilton Alumni Serve Up Fresh Lifestyle Tips at The Supermelon
Eco-friendly bangles, enterprising it-girls, chaussuriers-on-the-make, and gourmet cupcakes on wheels. Jenna Fain '09 has covered it all, with flair. She is assistant editor of The Supermelon, an online publication that compiles the latest trends in international fashion, art, music and travel. More ...
Jennifer Strater '10
Jennifer Strater '10 Is Tech Intern at Community Medical Center
"The field of health care is constantly changing, as are the volunteers," says Jennifer Strater '10. Part of her job as an intern this summer is policing these changes and making sure that employees at the Kershaw County Community Medical Center are adapting to technological advancements. Strater is a computer science major with an undying interest in health care, so the opportunity, which placed her in the midst of modern computer technology, is an ideal blend of the two fields. More ...
Eric Kuhn '09
Kuhn '09 Interviewed on WNBC
Recent Hamilton graduate Eric Kuhn took part in a discussion of the value of social networks in hunting for a job on a June 1 WNBC-TV (New York City) morning broadcast on "Today in New York." Kuhn is also one of four 2009 college graduates featured on the professional social networking site LinkedIn in a YouTube video that instructs students on how to effectively market themselves online. More ...
Wile and Manning '09 Attend CSC Conference in Hamilton, Ontario
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry Bradley M. Wile and recent Hamilton graduate Kathryn Manning '09 presented their research at the 92nd Canadian Society for Chemistry Conference and Exhibition held May 30-June 3 in Hamilton, Ontario. Manning's poster titled "The Synthesis and Characterization of a Phosphine(Imino)Pyridine Ligand and the Related Transition Metal Complexes" focused on research conducted throughout the 2008-09 academic year as a part of her senior thesis project. More ...
Last year's tent sale was a huge hit.
Second Annual Cram & Scram Reaches Goal of Reducing Municipal Solid Waste

The second annual Cram & Scram recycling effort has come to a close with unprecedented results. Fifteen students led by Ashley Langer '09 dedicated more than 1,000 hours of work within a two-week period, and their hard work paid off – this year's group demonstrated an intense commitment that prompted outstanding results.  More ...

Matthew Eichenfield '09 Presents at San Diego Conference
Matthew Eichenfield '09 presented at the "Barcamp San Diego," a technology conference held at Intuit's San Diego Campus on May 30-31. His presentation was titled "Analyzing Artifacts: What Computers Can Tell Us About Archaeology" and was the culmination of his year-long independent study project with Nathan Goodale, assistant professor of anthropology. More ...
Women's lacrosse players are All-Americans
Two Hamilton College women's lacrosse players have been selected to the 2009 NCAA Division III All-America Team by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and US Lacrosse. More ...
Jeff Corbett '09
Men's golfer an All-America scholar
Hamilton College men's golfer Jeff Corbett '09 (Stoneham, Mass./Stoneham HS) has been selected a 2009 NCAA Division III Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America. More ...
Keith Gross, valedictorian of the Class of 2009. Photo by Vickers & Beechler
Hearst Magazines' Cathie Black Urges Class To Be Agents of Change
Cathie Black, president of Hearst Magazines, told Hamilton's Class of 2009 to be agents of change at its commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 24. She also discussed changes underway in the media industry and the value of having first-rate communication skills.  More ...
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