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It's Who We Are
As members of the Hamilton family, giving back is a defining characteristic of who we are.  We contribute as volunteer leaders and donors to the institutions and causes we believe in most deeply.  For many of us Hamilton is central among our priorities.  We give to the College to support curious, motivated students and the professors who teach them.  We give to provide a rich variety of experiences to students inside and outside the classroom.  We give to ensure that Hamilton's doors are always open to the most deserving young people, regardless of their economic circumstances.

As we approach the end of the calendar year, please accept our deepest thanks for all you do for Hamilton.  We invite you to take a moment to watch the Annual Fund Flash Media presentation.  We are certain you will enjoy it.

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Alumnus Eugene Romano Gives $2.5 Million for New Theatre
A generous supporter of many nonprofit organizations in the Mohawk Valley and beyond, alumnus Eugene Romano '49 has made a major gift to Hamilton. The $2.5 million donation is targeted for the construction of a new 150-seat theatre that will serve both Hamilton and the surrounding communities. Over the many years that he has supported the College, this is Romano's largest gift. More ...
Ron Torgalski '89 Inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame
Ron Torgalski '89 has been inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Nichols School. Torgalski is currently the head baseball coach at the University of Buffalo. At Hamilton he played basketball and baseball and was a member of Delta Upsilon. He majored in psychology and after graduation played professional basketball in Sweden for two years before returning to Hamilton to serve as assistant men's basketball coach from 1991 to 1994. He went on to become an assistant basketball coach at the University at Buffalo and later assistant baseball coach, which led to his being named head coach of the baseball team in 2006. More ...
Jeff Smith '82 is President of the Calif. Veterinary Medical Association

Jeff Smith '82, DVM, was installed as president of the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) during the annual Pacific Veterinary Conference earlier this year.  The CVMA is a membership organization that represents more than 5,600 veterinary professionals in California.

At Hamilton, Smith was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and played rugby. He double majored in biology and English Literature before going on to Cornell University to earn his veterinary degree. His father is Dr. Warren Smith '53 and his brothers are Dr. Andrew Smith '85 and Dr. Matthew Smith '87. Jeff and his wife, Sheri, live in Middletown, Calif., with their two sons.  More ...

Cry Baby Premieres in La Jolla
Thomas Meehan '51 has co-written a new musical, Cry Baby, (with Mark O'Donnell) that premieres November 6 through December 16, at the La Jolla Playhouse of La Jolla, Calif.  The Alumni Associations of Los Angeles and San Diego have group tickets for the December 8 show. Alumni and friends of Hamilton College are invited to experience "this hilarious new musical." More ...
Deborah Forte '75 Producer The Golden Compass
Deborah Forte '75, Hamilton trustee and president of Scholastic Media, Inc. is the producer of The Golden Compass which will be released by New Line Cinema on December 7, 2007. Hamilton alumni and parents will have the opportunity for a sneak preview of clips from the movie and participate in a discussion with the producer as part of a Hamilton event "Storytelling: Infusing Words with Life," taking place at 11:15 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Princeton Club in New York City.   More ...
Bart Elsbach '83 Shows Work at OK Harris in New York
Bart Elsbach '83 will have a show of his work at OK Harris in New York City from December 1 through January 5, 2008. The artist will be present on December 1 form 3 -5 p.m. Elbach graduated from Hamilton in 1983 with a degree in creative writing and continued his education at NYU where he earned his master of arts. At Hamilton Elbach played men's squash and tennis and was a member of Alpha Delta Phi. He currently lives in Sheffield, Mass. with his wife and two children. More ...
Partnering With the CIO by Mike Barlow '75
Mike Barlow '75 is the author of Partnering With the CIO: The Future of IT Sales Seen Through the Eyes of Key Decision Makers (John Wiley & Sons, 2007). His co-author is Michael Minelli. According to a review CIOs (Central Investment Officers – the executives who make and influence major IT processing decisions) spend more than $1.2 trillion on software and hardware each year. Partnering with the CIO looks at the InfoTech sales process from the CIO's perspective. Barlow '75  is an award-winning journalist, seasoned media professional and management consultant. He graduated from Hamilton College with a degree in English Literature. 
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Sarah Zeigler '05 Receives Masters from Boston Conservatory
Sarah Zeigler '05 received a masters in musical theater from the Boston Conservatory and is auditioning for parts in New York City. Watch for news of her Broadway debut! More ...
Susan Frey ’84 Leads Walden Pond Trek
Susan Frey ’84, director of education, Thoreau Institute at the Walden Woods Project in Lincoln, Mass., will lead a "Walden Pond Trek" for The Boston Alumni Association at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16. She will comment on the natural history of the Pond as well as the most famous denizen of Walden Woods, Henry David Thoreau.  More ...
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