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Matt Kahn '88 speaks in the Chapel.
Matthew Kahn ’88 Discusses His Book, Climatopolis
 Matthew Kahn ’88 spoke to the Hamilton community about his latest book, Climatopolis on Sept. 21. His book offers an unusual approach to dealing with climate change: because little is currently being done to stop climate change, the world should switch its focus on adapting to the changes that have already been created and show no sign of slowing down. More ...
Dr. James Cobey '65 talks with Elizabeth Parker-Magyar '12.
Nobel Winner Dr. James Cobey '65 Discusses Landmine Ban
Dr. James Cobey ’65 presented a lecture on ‘‘The International Campaign to End Landmines’’ on Sept. 16 in the Fillius Events Barn as part of the Levitt Center Security, Sustainability, Equality Inequality Series. Cobey, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997, lectured about the efforts he and others have made in pushing for the eradication of landmines across the world. More ...
Professor Naomi Guttman and Max Wall '10.
Guttman and Wall '10 Present Paper at Oxford
Professor of English and Creative Writing Naomi Guttman and Watson Fellow Max Wall '10 presented a paper at the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery, held at St. Catherine's College, Oxford University, in July. The theme for 2010 was "Cured, Fermented and Smoked Foods," and the paper "Sausage-in-Oil: Preserving Italian Culture in Utica, New York" discussed the continued cultural significance among Italian-Americans of making dry-cured sausages in the home to share with family and friends. More ...
Adam Vorcheimer '11, K. Blake Darcy '78 and Anne Vilsoet '11.
Darcy '78 Paves Way to World of Investing for Hamilton Interns
The world of investing is notoriously competitive, often characterized as a dog-eat-dog, cutthroat scramble to the top. But Hamilton trustee K. Blake Darcy ’78 has shown that companies work better when alliances are strong; he has hired two Hamilton students, Adam Vorchheimer ’11 and Anne Vilsoet ’11, as interns at his growing investment firm Formula Investing. More ...
Megan Brousseau '08
Megan Brousseau '08 Receives Teach for America Award
Megan Brousseau '08 recently received Teach for America's Sue Lehmann award for excellence in teaching high school science. Brousseau teaches 9th grade biology at the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics in New York City. More ...
Tom Billet '79
Billet '79 Quoted in New York Times Article
An article recently published in The New York Times titled “Patient Money - When Choosing Healthcare Know What You Owe” included commentary from Tom Billet ’79. Billet is currently the director for health and group benefits at Towers Watson, giving him a firsthand perspective of the often perplexing health insurance world. Given his knowledge of the subject, Billet helped to simplify the discreet complexities of health insurance that can save a person thousands of dollars.  More ... More ...
Kate Arpino '10
2010 Graduates Present Posters at Dynamic Processes Conference

Andrew Beyler and Kate Arpino, both members of the class of 2010 and chemical physics majors, presented their senior thesis research at the 17th International Conference on Dynamic Processes in Excited States of Solids. It took place at Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago from June 20-25 and had 130 attendees.  More ...

Jackson-Forsberg '90 Discusses the Art Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright
Eric Jackson-Forsberg ’90 provided insight into the design concepts of architect Frank Lloyd Wright during his talk on Reunions ’10 weekend. As the curator of the Martin House Complex in Buffalo, New York, Jackson-Forsberg has had the opportunity to study the numerous art glass windows or “light screens” that Wright designed specifically for this complex of Prairie structures and has interpreted them within the functional and stylistic context of the buildings. More ...
A Changing Bubble: Hamilton during the Vietnam War
The 1960s were a volatile time for the United States. Anger filled the air, directed at the government, at a racist social structure, at parents, at the forces that pushed the country into a war that killed so many young men. This pervasive anger only percolated to Hamilton in the late 60s, and the class of 1970 felt their college experience split between the “old Hamilton” and the “new Hamilton.” Stephen Rabe ’70, a professor of history and the Arts and Humanities Endowed Chair at that University of Texas in Dallas, presented a lecture about Hamilton during the Vietnam War as an Alumni College event during Reunion Weekend 2010. More ...
Lauren Duncan '10 scales the Bruce Climbing Wall.
Lauren Duncan ’10 Gives the Climbing Wall a Hand
For outdoor enthusiasts, few things are as appealing and exciting as biking, hiking and rock climbing. All three of these require physical strength and substantial amounts of movement. But on the Bruce Climbing Wall in Hamilton’s Blood Fitness Center, climbers are lent a helping hand—literally. In conjunction with Art 307, Advanced 3D and Material Studies, under Assistant Professor of Art Rebecca Murtaugh, environmental studies major Lauren Duncan ’10 created hand-shaped climbing wall holds that are not only artistic and significant, but also functional. She calls her project “LED by hand.” More ...
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