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Participants in the inaugural Cleary Golf Tournament gather after an afternoon on the links.
Inaugural College Hill Golf Tournament a Success
Despite the threat of rain and thunderstorms, the inaugural College Hill Golf Tournament got off to a great start. On Friday, August 3, the Great River Golf Club in Milford, CT played host to over 36 alumni, students and friends of the College, who together raised over $1,000 for the 1st Lt. Michael J. Cleary ’03 Scholarship.
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Call for Recommendations for Distinguished Service Award
The Nominations Committee of the Alumni Council invites recommendations for the 2008 Distinguished Service Award. Presented by the Council on behalf of the Alumni Association, the award recognizes an employee who has substantially contributed to Hamilton through distinguished job performance and through involvement in student, alumni, or other activities in the College community. At the time of selection, the recipient must be an active member of Hamilton's faculty, administration, staff, or maintenance and operations.  More ...
Morgan's Ghost
Morgan’s Ghost Wins Marion to Bermuda Yacht Race
Preston Hutchings ’78 and his Bermuda crew aboard the new NY42 Morgan’s Ghost finished first in the 30th anniversary Marion to Bermuda Cruising Yacht Race. Morgan’s Ghost is the first Bermuda boat to take line honors since Robert Mulderig’s Starr Trail did the trick in 2003.    More ...
Annual Giving Transforms Lives
Unrestricted gifts to Hamilton College directly support students and move Hamilton forward while honoring its past. Our generosity repays gifts we received from those who came before us. Giving to Hamilton affirms a shared belief that education is key to securing a better future for our world and says to the vibrant and diverse student body that, "I give because I believe that one student, educated in the Hamilton tradition, can positively affect the lives of thousands." Please give to the Annual Fund. The means to do so follow. More ...
Ron Pressman '80
Ronald Pressman '80 Named President and CEO of GE Real Estate
Ronald Pressman, a 1980 graduate of Hamilton, has been appointed president and CEO of GE Real Estate, a leading global resource for commercial real estate capital. According to a press release from the company, "A 27-year GE veteran, Pressman was most recently president and CEO of GE Asset Management, a global investment business with approximately $197 billion in assets under management. Pressman held a variety of key financial roles early in his GE career and over the past 15 years, he has been CEO of a number of global GE businesses, including GE's Central and Eastern European operations, Power Systems (Europe), Real Estate, Employers Reinsurance, and Insurance Solutions. Pressman began his GE career in 1980 after graduating from Hamilton College." A biology major at Hamiton, Pressman served on the College's Board of Trustees from 1995 to 1999. More ...
Chet '70 and Joy Siuda cut the ribbon as Stuart Scott '61 and Joan Stewart look on.
Siuda House Dedicated During Reunion Weekend
One of the many highlights of Reunions 2007 was the dedication of Siuda House, the new home of Hamilton's admissions office. The former Sigma Phi fraternity house was dedicated in honor of Joy and Chet ’70 Siuda on June 1. More ...
Ned Walker '62
Ned Walker '62 Offers Foreign Policy Insight to Alumni
Edward Walker '62, Christian A. Johnson Distinguished Professor of Global Political Theory and former U.S. ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Israel, presented his views on current U.S. relations in the Middle East as a featured speaker during Reunion Weekend on Saturday, June 2. More ...
Hamilton's arts faculty and Emerson Gallery staff were on hand to honor John Root '44, center
John B. Root '44 Exhibition Fund Established to Honor Long-Time Volunteer
Hamilton President Joan Stewart and nearly 100 friends and family members of John Root '44 gathered on April 27 at The Links Club in New York City, to celebrate John's more than 60 years of volunteer service to the College. Although he has served in virtually every volunteer capacity, it is his work with the Committee on the Visual Arts, including more than a decade as its chair, that stands out. In his honor, $260,000 was raised to establish the John B. Root '44 Exhibition Fund. Income from this fund will enhance annual exhibitions at Hamilton's Emerson Gallery, or its successor, currently in planning as part of Hamilton's Excelsior Campaign. Members of Hamilton's arts faculty and Emerson Gallery staff were among those honoring Root. More ...
Carl Hayden '63 Nominated to Serve as Chair and Member of SUNY Board of Trustees
Carl T. Hayden '63 has been nominated to serve as chair and member of the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees by New York Governor Eliot Spitzer. Hayden will also serve as chair of the search committee that will conduct a nationwide search for a permanent SUNY Chancellor.
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Patsy Couper W '44, recipient of the 2007 Bell Ringer Award.
Reunions '07 Largest in Hamilton's History
The Hamilton campus came to life for Reunions on May 31-June 3 as hundreds of Hamilton men and women and Kirkland women connected with old friends, visited those places that hold fond memories, and rediscovered the magic of the Hamilton and Kirkland experience. The 2007 event was the largest reunion in Hamilton's history, with 1,617 alumni and guests attending. Highlights included presentation of the Bell Ringer Award to Patsy Pogue Couper, wife of the late Hamilton trustee Dick Couper '44, at the annual meeting of the Alumni Association on June 2 in the Chapel. The Bell Ringer is presented each year in recognition of contributions made to the College, its alumni and the community. The Reunion keynote lecture featured Christie K '72 and Tom Vilsack '72, former first lady and two-term governor of Iowa. More ...
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