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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 ...
Dave Stone '88 at the Boston Marathon
Dave Stone '88 Runs Boston Marathon in Memory of Brother, Ralph '80
Dave Stone'88 completed the 2009 Boston Marathon, his first, in 3 hours, 43 minutes. He proudly wore Hamilton blue to honor the memory of his brother Ralph '80 who was murdered in 1997 at age 38.  Dave (pictured here at the half-way mark in Wellesley, MA) reported that there were "lots of cheers for Hamilton on the route, including from my brother Rick '79 and dad Fred '51! Running for Ralph was incredibly special for me and wearing the Hamilton colors enabled my family to celebrate our long relationship with the College." More ...
Hamilton – Colgate April Donor Challenge
The April Hamilton-Colgate Challenge demonstrated, once again, the magnificent generosity of Hamilton alumni when called upon to support their College. At the end of the day on April 30 fully 1,308 alumni had made a gift to Hamilton - nearly four times the total number of donors in April, 2008! The desire of Hamilton graduates to support current students on the Hill clearly transcends the economic stress we are all experiencing. To date, Colgate has been unable to provide an end of the month total. Regardless, students have been the clear winners. Thanks to all of you who help perpetuate the life changing experiences you knew at Hamilton for today's undergraduates. More ...
Christian Christensen '88 Studies Obesity
Dr. Christian Christensen '88 who is an orthopedic surgeon at the Lexington Clinic in Kentucky, recently published a study comparing operative times and hospital stays in obese patients and non-obese patients. Dr. Christensen was a physics major at Hamilton, as well as a member of the soccer team and Theta Delta Chi. He received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University. More ...
J.K. Hage '72 New Building Uses "Green" Construction
The Hage Building on Genesee Street in Utica which is owned by J.K. Hage '72 was featured in the Utica Observer Dispatch. According to the article:
As the sun came out in Utica Thursday, the lights turned off in the lobby.... And that's exactly what was supposed to happen.

"I couldn't have timed that better if I'd paid someone," said owner J.K. Hage, who recently remodeled the circa-1950 building to include the latest in "green" technology. More ...
George D. Baker '74 Chairman, 2008-09 Annual Fund
It's Who We Are
In difficult times like these, we are fortunate to be graduates of Hamilton College. Our education provides a foundation of knowledge, personal values and sustaining friendships that endure. It was true when we were on the Hill. It is true today. Hamilton still fulfills the promise that students' dedication will be rewarded — their efforts will serve them well for a lifetime.   More ...
"To Them That's Gone" Enters Post-Production
The documentary about Run for the Fallen, titled "To Them That's Gone", has entered post-production and Run for the Fallen LLC has recently launched a new corresponding website. More ...
Daniel Frost '93 Earns Tenure at Holy Cross
Hamilton graduate Daniel Frost '93 has been granted tenure and promoted to the rank of associate professor of Spanish at the College of the Holy Cross.  Frost, who joined the modern languages and literature department in 2002, graduated Hamilton with a major in Comparative Literature and went on to obtain both a M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard University. More ...
Brad Gow '86 Courtesy of aceprofessionalrisk.com
Zurich NA Names Brad Gow '86 Head of Errors & Omissions Group
Zurich North America, a business division of global property and casualty insurance provider Zurich Financial Services Group, has named Hamilton graduate Brad Gow '86 as head of its Specialty Errors & Omissions groups.  As part of Zurich's Specialties business unit Gow will head a nation-wide team in providing Zurich's professional liability protections to a variety of vocational markets as well as managing the development of new products. More ...
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