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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 ...
Haley Reimbold '06
Two Op-eds Affirm Hamilton's Community Commitment
An opinion piece titled “Students take part in community-based learning courses” and written by Levitt Center Associate Director of Community Research Judith Owens-Manley appeared in the Utica Observer-Dispatch on Sunday, Sept. 5. In a follow-up opinion piece titled “College students prove tremendous asset to area” that appeared in the Observer-Dispatch, a former Utica-based Americorps VISTA worker wrote about Hamilton alumna volunteer Haley Reimbold '06. More ...
Ashley Merriman '98
Ashley Merriman ’98 Sharpens Knives for Bravo’s Top Chef: Las Vegas
Bravo TV recently announced the names of seventeen gourmets who will vie for the title of “Top Chef” on Top Chef: Las Vegas, the sixth and yet most sinful season of the cable network’s popular culinary reality show. Among the contestants is Ashley Merriman ’98, who brings years of restaurant experience in New York City and Seattle, Wash., to the chopping block. More ...
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 ...
John Murad '80
John Murad '80 Appointed to SUNY Board of Trustees
John L. Murad Jr. '80, a partner with the Syracuse law firm Hancock & Estabrook LLP, has been appointed to the State University of New York Board of Trustees. SUNY is the nation's largest public university system. Murad was nominated for the position by Gov. David Paterson, and his nomination was confirmed by the New York State Senate June 3. More ...
Maurice Michaane '03 greets Gov. David A. Paterson at N.Y.C. Pride, June 28
Maurice Michaane '03 Oversees N.Y.C. LGBT Pride March in Milestone Year
"I was 21 when I moved to New York City in 2003, and I just wanted to get involved in the community," said Maurice Michaane '03, "so I called Heritage of Pride and volunteered for that year's march." That was then. This year, as director of N.Y.C. Pride March, Michaane orchestrated myriad logistics, coordinated a brigade of police officers and a volunteer force in excess of 300, and accommodated the busy schedules of an extraordinary fleet of Grand Marshals, including Academy Award-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, AIDS activist Cleve Jones, LGBT rights advocate Anne Kronenberg, and New York State Governor David A. Paterson. N.Y.C. Pride 2009 honored the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. More ...
Frank Cordelle '64
Frank Cordelle '64 publishes Bodies & Souls: The Century Project

After 25 years of photographing nude women of all ages, from diverse backgrounds, artist Frank Cordelle publishes his life's work entitled Bodies & Souls: The Century Project   More ...

A work from Allie Pohl '07 exhibit in Denver.
Allie Pohl '07 is Visiting Artist at Denver Gallery
Allie Pohl '07 will be the visiting artist from June 5- August 1 at The Fu Collective and Gallery in Denver, Colo. The work is series of porcelain figures that will grow salvia hispanica (chia pet seed) from pre-pubescent to womanhood. More ...
A Clearing in the Streets, Wayland-Smith and Farris
Sarah Wayland-Smith '92 Co-Unveils A Clearing in the Streets in N.Y.C.
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. More ...
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