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Susan Hartman K'74 Collaborates on Documentary Project
Susan Hartman K'74, a journalist, has been working with a team of three award-winning photographers and a videographer on a documentary project, based on her New York Times cover story, Jump Rope Girls, 20 Years On. This project follows three remarkable young Brooklyn women.  Hartman has known these young women—and written about them—since they were 11. The project includes, Destiny's Sweet Sixteen, a video. More ...
Jay Williams '54
Williams '54 Publishes Article
Jay G. Williams '54, the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies, published an article, "Who Were the Magi?," on the Bible and Interpretation Web site. It is an attempt to connect the gospel of Matthew and the precession of the equinoxes. More ...
Michael Meyer '74 Authors The Year that Changed the World
When he traveled to Berlin in 1987, President Ronald Reagan said famously, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.” And while the United States certainly played an important role in the end of the Cold War, there were other (arguably more significant) factors at work. In his book The Year that Changed the World: The Untold Story of the Fall of the Berlin Wall (Simon & Schuster, 9/09), author Michael Meyer ’74 contends that domestic resistance movements and certain key figures within the USSR at the time – in particular Hungarian Prime Minister Miklós Németh – were the true impetuses behind the fall of communism in Eastern Europe. In so doing, Meyer rejects the “common knowledge” interpretation of Cold War history and uncovers hitherto-undervalued people, events, and perspectives. More ...
Allie Pohl '07 Featured in Orlando Sentinel
A collection of jewelry by Allie Pohl '07 is featured in an Orlando Sentinel article titled “‘Ideal Woman’ necklace protests unrealistic view of beauty” (1/20/10). Pohl’s jewelry pieces – colorful pendants in the shape of a curvy female torso – symbolize the real woman and are designed to challenge the unattainable (and highly Photoshopped) images of beauty that saturate the media today. Pohl majored in communication and art at Hamilton. More ...
Donors Achieve Trustee Annual Fund Challenge Goals
There were two 2009 year-end challenges in place, each funded by the Board of Trustees for a total of a half million dollars. Over 3,000 gifts from alumni and parents were received and both the challenge pools were completely exhausted — a testament to the faith placed in the value of a Hamilton education.  More ...
M45 2009 by Samuel Pellman and Miranda Raimondi '08
Hamilton's Emerson Gallery Presents LOOK UP

LOOK UP, four concurrent exhibitions featuring works by Hamilton College alumni, faculty and students will open in the Emerson Gallery at Hamilton on Monday, Jan. 18.  More ...

NYC Valentine's Cruise
Hamilton alumni, parents and friends will celebrate Valentine's Day in New York --  dancing, dining and cruising. On Sunday, Feb. 14, 2010 the passangers begin boarding at 6:30 p.m. and the boat sets sail 7 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. Hamilton's Valentine’s Day boat ride will take place on board the Marco Polo Cruises’ Lucille. This cruise will feature a dazzling salsa dance show and a DJ will spin salsa, merengue and bachata music for dancing. The fee of $100 per couple includes cruise, entertainment, dinner and open bar. More ...
Proust group members and friends from left, Amanda Rifkin, Dan Chandler '08, Cody Westphal '08, Scott Flaherty '08, Jason Oberholtzer '08, Natalie Kennedy.
Can't Get Enough of That Proust
Although he has read it once before, Jason Oberholtzer ’08 wants another crack at a book that he says “nobody” reads. More ...
Interdisciplinary Antarctic Expedition Sets Sail
On January 4, more than 30 scientists from 11 states and four countries, led by  Hamilton's Eugene Domack, the J.W. Johnson Family Professor of Geosciences, embarked upon one of the most complex interdisciplinary Antarctic expeditions ever funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). During the two-month trip the scientists will be addressing a significant regional problem with global change implications, the abrupt environmental change in Antarctica's Larsen Ice Shelf System. The expedition is part of the NSF's International Polar Year (IPY) program. More ...
Karin Lodinsky Nelson '92 Authors Book
Karin Lodinsky Nelson '92 is the co-author, with Anne Logan, of a recently published book The Ladies of Hyde Hall: History, Hospitality, Letters, and Recipes 1819-1963.  Karin graduated from Hamilton in 1992 with a major in sociology. She played softball and was a member of Kapa Delta Omega. Karin and her husband Michael, class of 1991, live in Cherry Valley, New York, with their two sons. More ...
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