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Richard Skinner '92
Richard Skinner '92 Publishes Article in Political Science Quarterly
Hamilton College graduate Richard Skinner '92 has recently published an extensive article on political partisanship in the latest issue of Political Science Quarterly and is also basing a forthcoming book on the subject.  Skinner, a government major at Hamilton, was also involved in WHCL and the Spectator. More ...
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Patton Boggs LLP Adds Daniel Murdock '59 as Partner
Patton Boggs LLP has announced the addition of Daniel R. Murdock '59 as a partner to its New York office. More ...
Root Family Legacy: Sprengeri Tulip
Professor of Biology Emeritus Gene Putala will give a Thursday afternoon talk about the rare sprengeri tulip, a self-seeding tulip which has graced our own Root Glen for many years. It remains a mystery how this rare species of tulip appeared at Hamilton, but Professor Putala has several possible theories. Although retired, Professor Putala lives in the area and serves on the Root Glen Advisory Committee. He will share stories about the Root family as well as educate gardners about the beautiful sprengeri which comes into full bloom just in time to welcome alumni back for Reunions! More ...
David Monaco '89 Named Head of Parish Episcopal School
David Monaco '89 has been named the next head of the Parish Episcopal School in Dallas, Texas.  Monaco will be replacing the school's long-standing head, Gloria Synder, when she steps down in June.  At Hamilton, Monaco was a history major and a member of the football team.  More ...
Mike Zesk '08 Explores Inner Mongolia
Recent Hamilton graduate Mike Zesk '08 has spent the last several months in northern Mongolia as a teacher, director, explorer and game show host.  A religious studies major at Hamilton, Zesk was also a long-time member of the Men's Rugby team and a former captain. More ...
Jennifer Morris K'72 to be Honored at UN on February 7
Jennifer Morris K'72, the founder of LocalWatt and an experienced entrepreneur and organization leader, willl be recognized with a Hamilton Ventures Leadership Award at the United Nations on February 7. The award ceremony will take place during the first  Venture Symposium and Conference.  More ...
Thomas Nast's Republican Elephant, Harper's Weekly, 1874
Williams '54 to Present on Political Cartoonist

Professor of Religious Studies Jay Williams '54 will present an Alumni College during Reunions '09 on Thomas Nast, one of America's great political cartoonist.  Nast is credited with the creation of the Republican Elephant and the iconic Uncle Sam.  More ...

Jennifer Sunderlin '04
Sunderlin '04 Named to Girl Scouts Board
Jennifer Sunderlin '04 was recently appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York. Sunderlin graduated with a double major in Government and Theatre. At Hamilton, she was a member of Gamma Xi and Special K. After graduation, she attended Albany Law School of Union University and earned her Juris Doctor in 2007. More ...
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Reunion Weekend Dinner and Boat Cruise
Class of 1969, you have an exciting opportunity awaiting you on Reunion Weekend this June! Your Reunion Committee co-chairs have planned a dinner and boat cruise the night of Friday, June 5 for you and your classmates. More ...
David Backus '75 Blogs on the Economy
David Backus '75, Heinz Riehl Professor of International Economics and Finance at New York University's Stern School of Business, has been actively commenting on today's federal economic program. While at Hamilton, Backus majored in economics under the guidance of economics professor Derek Jones and sang with the choir. He is the son of John K. Backus '46 and cousin to Angela North Manson '82.  
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