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Hamilton's Run for the Fallen in 2008.
Ceremonial Run for the Fallen to Take Place at Hamilton
One year after the inaugural Run for The Fallen, a ceremonial run/walk will take place on the Hamilton College campus on Sunday, Aug. 23, at 9 a.m. It will begin at the Michael J. Cleary ’03 Tree, adjacent to the Campus Road side of the Siuda House (Office of Admission and Financial Aid). Please join members of the community for this special remembrance. More ...
William M. Bristol III '43
Patriarch Passes
The patriarch of Hamilton’s first family, William McLaren “Mac” Bristol III ’43, died Tuesday, August 18, following a brief battle with cancer. He was 88. More ...
G. J. Ryan '72
G. J. Ryan ’72 Joins N.J. College Presidents Council Exec Board
G. Jeremiah Ryan ’72, president of Bergen Community College, Paramus, N.J., has been elected to the executive board of the New Jersey Presidents' Council (NJPC). NJPC is a quorum of 50 college and university presidents, representing both public and private institutions, whose mission it is to make recommendations to state officials regarding nascent state programs, budgetary and student-aid matters, and New Jersey’s master plan for higher education. NJPC reviews state policies and promotes public awareness of various initiatives and issues relevant to higher education. The council convenes throughout the year. More ...
John P. Semple ’53, P’83, Realizes Artistic Dreams
“This might be of some interest to my classmates who knew of my desire to become an artist,” writes John P. Semple ’53, P’83, in a recent submission to the Hamilton College Alumni Review. The past several months have seen Semple’s artwork exhibited in galleries and festivals near and far. More ...
Ned Walker '62, Max Currier '10 and Lieutenant Matthew C. Zeller '04.
Ned Walker '62 Lends Expertise to Max Currier's '10 Afghanistan Research

Max Currier ’10 is looking for a way to increase the effectiveness of political restructuring in Afghanistan – as long as it works, and works well. He supports Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRTs), joint civil-military teams designed to extend the Afghan Central Government from Kabul (the capital) to Afghanistan’s 32 provinces. His goal this summer is to examine the role and efficacy of PRTs in Afghanistan.  More ...

Clyde C. Tuggle '84
Clyde Tuggle ’84 Elected to CASA Board
Clyde Tuggle ’84 has been elected board member of the Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) at Columbia University. Tuggle currently serves as vice president of Global Public Affairs and Communications for the Coca-Cola Company. More ...
Todd Bristol '90
Todd Bristol ’90 Named Vice Dean at Rutgers University
Todd Bristol ’90 has been appointed Vice Dean of Administration for the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University. In his new post, Bristol oversees the School’s budgeting and business affairs, human resources and information technology. More ...
Seth Major
Michael Gregg '08 and Seth Major Publish Article
An article by Michael Gregg ’08 and Associate Professor of Physics Seth Major titled “On Modified Dispersion Relations and the Chandrasekhar Mass Limit,” has been published in the International Journal of Modern Physics D [Vol 18 (2009) 971]. In the article, based on Gregg’s senior project, they report on the results of their study of the consequences of modifying special relativity. More ...
Hamilton’s Reunion Classes Lead the Annual Fund
Hamilton College achieved a new record Annual Fund in fiscal year 2008-09, with unrestricted gifts from alumni, parents and other sources totaling more than $6 million. A key factor in this success – which is all the more extraordinary in this uncertain economic climate – is the remarkable generosity of alumni from the Classes of 1944 to 2004 celebrating five-year reunions this year. While accounting for 18 percent of Hamilton’s solicitable base, these alumni contributed a full 25 percent of the Annual Fund dollars. 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 ...
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