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A work from Allie Pohl '07 exhibit in Denver.
Allie Pohl '07 is Visiting Artist at Denver Gallery
Allie Pohl '07 will be the visiting artist from June 5- August 1 at The Fu Collective and Gallery in Denver, Colo. The work is series of porcelain figures that will grow salvia hispanica (chia pet seed) from pre-pubescent to womanhood. More ...
A Clearing in the Streets, Wayland-Smith and Farris
Sarah Wayland-Smith '92 Co-Unveils A Clearing in the Streets in N.Y.C.
On May 27, Sarah Wayland-Smith '92 and collaborator Julie Farris unveiled A Clearing in the Streets, an outdoor installation in Lower Manhattan that highlights the contrast between the grayscale iron and concrete of New York City and the rich green of natural ecology. Clearing is a decahedral plywood chamber that protects a small meadow. Each plywood plank is set eight inches apart from its neighbor in order to permit limited visual access to the landscape within. During the next four months, the insular meadow will germinate and blossom, inviting repeat viewings. The project is sponsored by the Public Art Fund. More ...
Leo Rayhill '49
Leo Rayhill '49 to Receive Sammy Award for Lifetime Achievement

Leo Rayhill is indeed attending Reunions '09, but you won't find him on campus on the evening of Friday, June 5. That night, Leo arrives in Syracuse, N.Y. to accept the Syracuse Area Music Award for Lifetime Achievement. The award honors Leo's esteemed career as the host of "Sounds of Jazz," a radio program that has broadcast for nearly half a century on local stations WCNY, WUNY, and WRNY. Rather like the Grammy Awards of the Syracuse area, the "Sammys" honor the contributions of local musicians to the Central New York music scene.  More ...

Kamila Shamsie '94
Kamila Shamsie '94 Interviewed in Toronto Star
Kamila Shamsie '94, was interviewed for a Toronto Star article about Pakistani writers (5/12/09) and the country's literary renaissance. The article noted that Shamsie studied creative writing at Hamilton College in the 1990s. More ...
John Donohue III '74
John Donohue III '74 Elected to American Academy of Arts & Sciences
John Donohue III '74, the Leighton Homer Surbeck Professor at Yale Law School, was among leaders in the sciences, the humanities and the arts, business, public affairs, and the nonprofit sector recently elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. He is one of 212 new Fellows and 19 foreign honorary members to join one of the nation's most prestigious honorary societies and a center for independent policy research. More ...
Susan Frey '84 to Lead Tour at Walden Pond
Susan H. Frey '84 will return to campus for her 25th reunion in June; however, before she can make the trip to College Hill, she will lead her own trek with 20 Hamilton friends at the Thoreau Institute at the Walden Woods Project in Lincoln, MA. Susan, with the support of the Hamilton College Alumni Association of Boston, has invited Hamilton alumni, parents and friends to join her on Sunday, May 31, 2009 at Walden Pond for a 2 mile hike where she will offer commentary on the natural history of the Pond as well as the most famous denizen of Walden Woods, Henry David Thoreau. More ...
Hamilton Alum is Commencement Speaker at Western New England College
L. Vincent Strully Jr. '69 is founder and chief executive officer of The New England Center for Children (NECC), an internationally recognized leader in autism intervention, research and professional development. Vinnie will be awarded an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at the Western New England College Commencement on May16 in Springfield, MA. More ...
Alejandro Gentry '01 in Tal Afar at Ottoman fortress that dates to pre-Roman times
Alejandro Gentry '01 Awarded Bronze Star
Alejandro Gentry '01 has been awarded the Bronze Star for his efforts with Operation Iraqi Freedom. The citation reads, "For exceptionally meritorious service as the operations advisor and fires and effects advisor while conducting combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Captain Gentry's actions contributed immeasurably to the success of building a free and Democratic nation for the citizens of Iraq, and to the efforts to win the global war on terrorism." Capt. Gentry was a history major, member of the Men's Swimming and Diving team, and an Annual Fund intern at Hamilton. More ...
Amy O'Shaughnessy's '99 Work in Corning Museum of Glass
The Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y. has placed New Hampshire artist Amy O'Shaughnessy's glass Iguana into its permanent collection. O'Shaughnessy (formerly Kapacziewski) graduated from Hamilton College in 1999. According to a news release: "While on the hill, the great professor, Bob Palusky introduced Amy to glass and she fell in love with the medium." More ...
Christine Laine  '83
Christine Laine '83 Named Editor of Annals of Internal Medicine
The American College of Physicians (ACP) named Hamilton alumna Christine Laine '83, MD, MPH, FACP editor of its flagship journal, Annals of Internal Medicine last week. A former vice president and senior deputy editor of Annals, Laine is the youngest editor in the journal's history. She graduated summa cum laude from Hamilton with a double major in writing and biology. More ...
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