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Reichert Reading
Paul Reichert '90 and The Lemonade Ripple

Paul Reichert '90 released his first children's book, The Lemonade Ripple, this year to much success. The book, which Reichert both wrote and illustrated, tells the story of Caroline, a young girl who starts a lemonade stand to raise money for a friend in need, and details how her goodwill affects an entire town. Reichert recently held a book party in Washington, D.C., which attracted 60 guests, including Hamilton alumni. He has also beendoing readings at elementary schools and children's bookstores. All profits from The Lemonade Ripple go to The Foundation for Community Betterment.  More ...

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 ...

Deborah Barany '11 and Anthony Sali '10
Neuro and Psych Students Publish in Experimental Brain Research

In 2009, Deborah A. Barany '11 and Anthony W. Sali '10 participated in Hamilton's Summer Science Research Program. Under the supervision of Psychology and Neuroscience professor Jonathan Vaughan, they investigated how people control movements in complex environments. A poster about the work was presented at the annual Psychonomic Society meeting in 2009.  More ...

Maureen Meharg Kentoff '84 Publishes Essay on Kingsolver

Maureen Meharg Kentoff '84 has contributed an essay to Seeds of Change: Critical Essays on Barbara Kingsolver, a collection of criticism published by the University of Tennessee Press. Seeds of Change is the first collection to consider the full range of Kingsolver’s literary work Kentoff’s essay "To Live Deliberately: Feminist Theory in Action in High Tide in Tuscon" is the second chapter.  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 ...

Robert Moses '56 speaks in the Chapel on Oct. 25.
Robert Moses '56: Education Must Be Pursued for All

Robert Moses ’56 gave a lecture titled “Quality Public Education as a Constitutional Right” as part of the Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center’s Inequality and Equity Program on Oct. 25 in the Chapel.  More ...

Eric Ritvo '96 on JVS Board of Directors

Eric Ritvo '96 has been elected to the Jewish Vocation Service's (JVS) board of directors. JVS is a non-sectarian agency that assists individuals in acquiring education and jobs and aids businesses in hiring and retraining their employees.  More ...

David Weiss '75 President and CEO of CHF

David Weiss '75 has been appointed president and CEO of CHF International (CHF), an international development and humanitarian assistance organization based in Silver Spring, MD. CHF currently is working in 25 countries to help lower income communities to improve their social, economic, and environmental conditions. Weiss will concentrate on ensuring that CHF remains sustainable and able to meet global development challenges. He intends to increase CHF's reputation as a leader and innovator by working with donors and partners to implement programs at the community level that positively change lives.  More ...

Alums Offer Institutional Sales & Trading Career Advice

In the latest installment of the Investment & Finance Series (IFS) the husband and wife team of Brooke (Cobb) Jones ’97 and Paul Jones ’03 will be back on campus Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24, meeting with students and presenting the sixth session in the very successful alumni-led series. Brooke and Paul will present on Sunday, October 24 at 7:30 p.m. on "Careers in Institutional Sales & Trading and Best Practices for Earning an Offer."  More ...

Alison Loeb '82 Presents MendelsSongs in NYC

On Nov. 7, MendelsSongs: Stories of a Neighborhood, lyrics by Alison Loeb '82, music by Felix Mendelssohn, will premiere at the Hebrew Tabernacle in New York City. MendelsSongs consists of 20 real-life stories Loeb gathered from her German Jewish neighbors in Washington Heights, set to Mendelssohn's piano solos, Songs without Words. "While MendelsSongs is about a disappearing community, the songs' themes – about love, loss, growing old and survival – are universal," says Loeb.  More ...

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