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NPR Soundprint Airs "Voices of the Dust Bowl"
The National Public Radio program Soundprint aired "Voices of the Dust Bowl"  about migrant farm workers from the '30s and '40s. The segment includes the work of Charles "Lafe" Todd '33, professor of speech, emeritus, who recorded "dance tunes, cowboy songs, traditional ballads, square dance and play party calls, camp council meetings, camp court proceedings, conversations, storytelling sessions and personal-experience narratives of the Dust Bowl refugees who inhabited the camps." More ...
An Early American Love Story
As Americans remember Alexander Hamilton on the anniversary of his death, John Romano '49 contributed an article about the romance between Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton and Alexander Hamilton. In "An Early American Love Story," Romano points out that Alexander loved Elizabeth dearly, calling her "best of wives and best of women" and proclaiming, "the real goodness of your heart place you in my estimation far above all your sex."
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Emerson Gallery Exhibit Featured in Chronicle of Higher Education
The Emerson Gallery exhibit, "Paintings by Elihu Root, Jr.: Prominent Attorney and Accomplished Artist," was the focus of the article, "Pleasures of Amateur Art," in the Chronicle of Higher Education (7/9/2004). More ...
Kamila Shamsie '94 Featured in The Hindu Business Line
Kamila Shamsie '94, an author and visiting assistant professor of English, was featured in an article in The Hindu Business Line (7/02/04). The article discussed her success as a writer. Shamsie has written three books: In The City by The Sea, Salt and Saffron and Kartography. Last year, In The City by The Sea was shortlisted for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. Kartography is an exploration of Pakistani cultural life in the 1970s. Set in Karachi, Shamsie's birthplace, the book revolves around the lives of Raheen and Karim, whose parents are not only best friends but actually swapped fiancés in the 1970s.
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Hamilton Alumnus Now Potential Kerry Running Mate
While a student at Hamilton College in the '70s,  Tom Vilsack lost his bid for Hamilton College class president. He reportedly decided then that he would never run for any office again. Now as a two-term governor of Iowa, Vilsack is on the short list of possible running mates for John Kerry.  More ...
The Vilsacks
Iowa's First Couple Returns to the Hill
During commencement exercises last spring, Tom Vilsack 72 and Christie Bell Vilsack K’72 watched their son, Jess, walk across the stage to receive his Hamilton diploma. Anyone who didn’t know them would never suspect that the tall, quietly confident "dad" is the governor of Iowa and "mom" the driving force behind the governor’s political career, as well as a pioneer in reshaping the role of the first lady of Iowa. The occasion brought back memories. More ...
Alumni Travel 2005

The Hamilton College Alumni Office is pleased to introduce you to our Alumni Travel program.

Hamilton College, in concert with Bates, Bowdoin and Colby colleges, will offer international Alumni Travel opportunities to Hamilton alumni, parents and friends of the College in 2005:

All travel events will have strong educational elements to complement the professionally managed tours. A fifth summer kayaking trip north of Boothbay, Maine is also planned. Costs and dates are subject to change.

We invite you to complete our Travel Interest Survey to let us know what types of programs are of interest to you.

We hope to see you and your family on one of our upcoming trips.   More ...

Schultes '98 Presents Paper on Technology Enhanced Classrooms at CLAC Annual Meeting
Gretchen Schultes '98, lab and classroom user services manager, presented a paper at the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges (CLAC) annual meeting, held June 10-12 at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. This year’s conference explored the many facets of “sustainability” and how it relates to information technology in higher education. Her presentation was titled “TE Classroom Support and Sustainability at Hamilton College.”  More ...
23rd Annual Hamilton Day at the US OPEN
The Metropolitan New York Alumni Association invites you to the 23rd Annual Hamilton Day at the US OPEN 2004 Tennis Championship Wednesday, September 8, 2004 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $63 per person. All seating is in the Upper Promenade of the Arthur Ashe Stadium. Click HERE to register.  Thanks and enjoy the US OPEN!
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Brian Alward '04 Featured in Bergen Record
Brian Alward '04 was featured in the Bergen Record about his planned 3,000-mile bicycle trip from New Jersey to California, to raise money for cancer research. Inspired by his father's recent diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer, Alward started a non-profit organization, 2004 Coast to Coast for Hope, to help raise funds. According to the article: "He sent letters to family members and friends requesting help and donations, or pledges for miles cycled. He also applied for a grant from his fraternity, Delta Kappa Epsilon. So far, his organization has raised more than $6,000."
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