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NFL Book Review by Steve Wulf '72 Published in Wall Street Journal

Steve Wulf '72, an executive editor at ESPN The Magazine, has published a review of Mark Bowden's latest book The Best Game Ever: The Birth of the Modern NFL in the June 10, 2008 issue of the Wall Street Journal. The review also appears on the Journal's official website.  More ...

Eric Hasseltine '58, Haskell Rhett '58 and Dan Chambliss Discuss Institutional Accountability
In 1999, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation awarded Hamilton a grant to assess student learning in a liberal arts setting. At the time of the initial award, Hamilton's proposal read, "The public deserves greater accountability, and we are prepared to demonstrate the effectiveness of our educational program to students, current and prospective parents, alumni and higher education opinion leaders." 
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Dan Nye '88
Dan Nye '88 Interviewed About LinkedIn on FoxBusiness.Com
Dan Nye '88, CEO of the Internet professional networking site LinkedIn, appeared in a live interview on FoxBusiness.com (6/10/08). In the interview, filmed on Stanford University's Palo Alto, Calif., campus, Nye noted that he is a graduate of Hamilton College. Nye said LinkedIn currently has 23 million members, 1.2 million new members sign on each month and it is the largest professional network. "On LinkedIn people are exchanging knowledge, advice and opportunities and everybody is trying to help each other be the best they can be at what they do. The focus is on productivity," Nye explained "and giving the information and tools to be a more effective participant in this knowledge economy."
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Alumni Participation Challenge Ends June 30
Thanks to its graduates, Hamilton is a leader nationally in alumni participation for annual giving. For the 26th consecutive year, last year more than 50 percent of alumni made a gift to the College. A 52% participation goal has been set this year to continue our remarkable tradition of excellence in participation - a metric that speaks to the loyal support of alumni and their involvement in the success of the College. More ...
Pragyan Pradhan '08
Pragyan Pradhan '08 is Named Hamilton's Eleventh GOLD Scholar

Thanks to the generous support of its young alumni, Hamilton College is pleased to name Pragyan Pradhan '08, of Kathmandu, Nepal, as its 11th GOLD Scholar.  Being one of the top students in his high school, Pragyan received acceptances from some of the best schools in Nepal, but he wanted a superior international education. After reading about the College on the Hill in U.S. News and World Report, he spoke with two students from his high school who were attending Hamilton, and was intrigued by what they described. The opportunities for student-faculty research, exceptionally small class sizes and a closely-knit community created the perfect match for him.  More ...

Annual Reunions Are June 5-8
Hamilton College will welcome back more than 1,500 alumni and their guests when it hosts its annual Reunion Weekend, this year on Thursday-Sunday, June 5-8. More ...
A Dream Come True for Joshua Bruff '05
According to Crain's Cleveland Business, Joshua Bruff, a 2005 graduate, was recently  promoted to a manager position of the Developers Diverisfied Reality Corp. More ...
Alumni Participation Challenge
Alumni responded, and the May goal of making 800 new gifts or fulfilled pledges was met. Doing so generated a total of $125,000 in additional gifts from nine trustees. The third phase of the Alumni Participation Challenge, which concludes on June 15, will prompt the trustee challengers to contribute another $125,000 which will further magnify the impact of your gift.  More ...
Stewart G. Pollock '54 to Receive New Jersey Bar Foundation's Medal of Honor
Stewart G. Pollock '54, a retired New Jersey Supreme Court justice, will receive the New Jersey State Bar Foundation's highest award, the prestigious Medal of Honor, for his longtime commitment to New Jersey's legal legacy. The award, given each year to candidates who have made exemplary contributions to improving the justice system, will be presented at the foundation's annual Medal of Honor Awards Reception on Thursday, June 12, at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.
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Topics in Public Policy Students Propose Health Care Plans
The students of Professor Gary Wyckoff's Topics in Public Policy classes tackled the public health care system on Sunday, May 4. Students were divided into two groups and charged with the task of devising a plan to cover the nation's uninsured and growing medical costs. Both group's plan had to be specific, comprehensive, fiscally sound, ethically defensible and politically feasible.
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