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Students in Hamilton's Program in the Adirondacks were hosted for a dinner by Susan Bacot-Davis '88.
Susan Bacot-Davis ’88 Hosts Program in the Adirondacks Group

Hamilton’s new Program in the Adirondacks got off to a good start with a welcome dinner hosted by Susan Bacot-Davis '’88 at her home on Lake Champlain in Essex, NY. At the dinner the students met a few other alumni and several of the partners they would be working with throughout the semester.   More ...

Pope Francis Looks at Artwork by Spencer Finch '85

During his visit to the United States, Pope Francis took some time to remember the lives lost on September 11, 2001 with the help of a memorial created by Spencer Finch ’85. Finch’s work, Trying to Remember the Color of the Sky on That September Morning, is on display at the September 11 Memorial Museum.  More ...

Ron Kim '02 Tackles Purse Thief

New York State assemblyman and Hamilton alum Ron Kim ’02 proved that his years of playing on the Hamilton College football team may have proved useful in ways he hadn’t imagined.  More ...

Jeswald Salacuse '60 Gives Keynote Address

Attendees of the 15th annual Group Decision and Negotiation Conference in Warsaw, Poland had the pleasure of hearing a keynote address from Jeswald W. Salacuse ’60. Salacuse, Henry J. Braker Professor of Law at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, part of Tufts University, titled his address “The Hidden Persuader – The Role of the Advisor in Negotiations and Group Decision Making.”  More ...

Students in ES 220 along with professors Kinnel, Dash and Rayne visited Camp Wenonah in the Adirondacks. Their hosts were Jim ’68 and Anne Schoff.
ES 220 Class Barnstorms the Adirondacks

Members of Robin Kinnel’s Environmental Studies 220 class, “The Cultural and Natural Histories of the Adirondacks,” took a whirlwind tour of the area they are studying when they visited the Adirondacks the weekend of Sept. 26-27.  More ...

Chris Holm '99 Releases New Thriller

Chris Holm ’99 has been thrilling readers across the country recently with his new book, The Killing Kind. The adrenaline-fueled story excites and also brings up some interesting questions of morality.  More ...

From left President Joan Hinde Stewart, Student Assembly President Andrew Fischer '17, Jerrold Newman, Dean of Students Nancy Thompson, Rob Morris '76 and Mary Helen Garrett Morris, and Steve Sadove '73 cut the ribbon during the Morris House dedication.
A Memorable Fallcoming

It was a sometimes chilly but heartwarming and highlight-filled Fallcoming weekend October 1-4 as alumni, family and friends returned to celebrate autumn on the Hill.  More ...

David Solomon '84 speaks about careers in finance to students in the Taylor Science Center.
David Solomon ’84 Describes Career in Investment Banking

David Solomon ’84, co-head of Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs, returned to Hamilton on Oct. 2 and spoke with students on the role finance plays in the world. Solomon, who majored in government at Hamilton, described how finance had always fascinated and intrigued him because it “helps [him] put in perspective how the world is changing, and how all of those changes affect all of us and what we do.”   More ...

Morris House
Morris House Dedication, Ambassador Pickering Lecture Among Fallcoming Highlights

The dedication of Morris House as Hamilton’s newest residence hall and a lecture by career diplomat Thomas Pickering about the status of Iran will be among highlights of Hamilton’s Fallcoming Weekend, Oct. 1-4.   Football, men’s and women’s soccer and field hockey will host games on Saturday, a capella groups will perform and the Alumni Association will hold its annual recognition dinner.  More ...

Judy Silverstein Gray K'78 Publishes Book

Judy Silverstein Gray K’78, has published a book titled "Careers in the US Coast Guard." The Enslow Publishing website offers this description of her latest book: “The United States Coast Guard is often the first line of defense against attacks at sea. They are also the first call if there is a hurricane or a flood.  A career in the Coast Guard promises adventure, and working with diverse groups of people…”  More ...

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