May 1 at 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
April 3, 2003
Join the Atlanta Alumni Association for an evening at the High Museum of Art.
Thursday, May 1
6 - 8:30 p.m.
1280 Peachtree Street, NE
$45 per person ($40 for the Classes of 1998-2002)
*Price includes ticket to the exhibit, open bar and hors d'oeuvre buffet.
Please RSVP by April 21 by calling the Office of Alumni Programs toll-free at (866) 729-0314 or emailing Jackie Thompson at email@example.com.
Schedule of Events:
6 p.m.- Join Hamilton and Kirkland alumni for a reception in the Boardroom.
7 p.m.-Hear an update on the visual arts at Hamilton by David Nathans '72, acting director of the Emerson Gallery and enjoy an introduction to the exhibition by Michael Shapiro '71, Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Director, High Museum of Art.
7:30 p.m.- View the exhibition: Old Masters, Impressionists and Moderns: French Masterworks from the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow.
Location: High Museum of Art; Atlanta, GA
Contact: Kerri Page '98
Athletics at Hamilton College - Tuesday, April 22 8 PM
April 2, 2003
An online discussion titled "Athletics at Hamilton College" will be held on Tuesday April 22 at 8 pm led by David Thompson, director of Athletics at Hamilton College. David will host a live chat and discuss the role of athletics in the life of the College. All interested alumni/ae are invited to join in the discussion and can do so by registering with Hamilton's Online Alumni Community (HOLAC).
Saturday, May 3, 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. in McLean, Virginia
March 27, 2003
The O'Brien family would like to invite all Hamilton alumni to a Book Party to celebrate the publication of Battling for Saipan
, a story of heroism and determination during World War II in the Pacific campaign. The book was written by the late Francis A. O'Brien, Hamilton Class of 1958. It was published by Random House books in February 2003. This celebration will be held at Books A Million, 1451 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, Virginia. More ...
A Closer Walk Opening in Large Cities
March 5, 2003
Filmmaker Robert Bilheimer '66 was featured in a Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
article about his new film, A Closer Walk
, a documentary about AIDS (www.acloserwalk.org). According to the article, "The Bristol Hills filmmaker and his small crew traveled from the ramshackle huts of Uganda to the dusty byways of India to the frigid and forgotten ghettos
of the former Soviet Union to the mean streets of Kansas City. They talked to some 75 people - dying children, dedicated doctors and famous leaders, including U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, rock star-activist Bono
and the Dalai Lama. And they enlisted Oscar-nominated actors Glenn Close and Will Smith to narrate."