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Jim Pechmann '76
Jim Pechmann '76 Consulted in NPR Broadcast
University of Utah Research Associate Professor of Geology and Geophysics Jim Pechmann '76 offered his seismological expertise in a June 30 NPR broadcast about the deadly collapse of Crandall Canyon Mine in northwestern Utah in August 2007. More ...
Eric Scott Kaplan training for the CT Challenge
Connecticut Challenge: Cycling for Cancer Survivors
Eric Scott Kaplan '04 and Matt Innes '05, former Hamilton lacrosse teammates and roommates will be riding on July 26 in the Connecticut Challenge: "Cycling for Cancer Survivors."  Their route will take them all over Connecticut, completing a 100 mile circuit. More ...
Hamilton Runners, Boilermaker 2007
Hamilton at the Boilermaker
Every year, members of the Hamilton community run the now famous 15K Boilermaker in Utica. If you will be running the Boilermaker, please join students, alumni, faculty, employees and their families for a Hamilton group photo at 10:20-10:25 a.m. at the Polish Community Center. Look for the Hamilton College banner! More ...
Hamilton's Annual Fund Closes on a High Note
Hamilton alumni participate in annual giving at extraordinary levels. For the 27th consecutive year, more than half of the Hamilton alumni family contributed to their alma mater! Doing so expresses that alumni recall their own time of transformation on the Hill and want to perpetuate that experience in the lives of Hamilton students today and tomorrow. All those who work at Hamilton offer their sincere and deep appreciation for all the good things that your gifts make possible. More ...
Charles F. Pitarresi '80 Announces Campaign for Niagara Falls City Judge
Niagara County Assistant District Attorney Charles F. Pitarresi '80 has announced his candidacy for the office of Niagara Falls City Judge, which goes to vote in November. The office became vacant in November 2007 after the N.Y.S. Court of Appeals dismissed Robert M. Restaino for incarcerating 46 courtroom spectators when none stepped forward as the owner of an unruly and disruptive cell phone. More ...
Harris-Lockwood K'74 of For the Good, Inc., Accepts Gift from Actor Adrien Brody
Adrien Brody, best known for his Oscar-winning role as Wladyslaw Szpilman in Roman Polanski's 2002 film The Pianist, has made a major donation to For the Good, Inc., announced president and CEO Cassandra Harris-Lockwood K'74 on June 19. For the Good, Inc., is an independent nonprofit agency that promotes community development in the city of Utica, N.Y.   More ...
Sarah E. Schwartz '99 Awarded Fulbright at USC
Sarah E. Schwartz '99 received a 2007-08 Fulbright grant at the University of South Carolina to conduct international research. The Hamilton graduate is among a USC record eight students who received such grants.   More ...
Allen Mellen '58 Blogs about Reunions '08
Allen Mellen '58, who celebrated his 50th reunion on the Hill two weekends ago, has posted an essay about his deeply personal experience of Reunions '08 on his blog "Morningsider." More ...
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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