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Storyteller Bill Harley '77 Interviewed in Providence Journal-Bulletin
Childrens' storyteller Bill Harley, a 1977 graduate of Hamilton, was interviewed by the Providence Journal-Bulletin about his illustrated books and performances for children. According to the article (8/27/03): "Growing up, Harley didn't have a thought in his head about being a writer and performer: 'I wanted to be a second baseman for the Cincinnati Reds.' At Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., Harley turned -- sort of accidentally -- to performing for kids. 'Some friends and my wife, Debbie Block, whom I met in college, opened a summer camp in Clinton,' he says. 'I was in charge of the music and stories. At the end of the day, when the other counselors were sick of the kids, they'd all say 'Go see Bill Harley.' It was my job to keep the kids from killing themselves for the last half hour.'"
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Alumni Associations Welcome President Joan Hinde Stewart
To support President Stewart, our Alumni Association is hosting a series of receptions through out the year.

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Days Participates in American Bar Association Panel
Hamilton College alumnus and trustee and former solicitor general Drew Days III '63 participated in a panel discussion titled, "Solicitors General in the Spotlight" at the American Bar Association annual convention. Other panelists included Walter Dellinger, Charles Fried, Ken Starr and Theodore Olson. It was broadcast on C-Span.
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Laurence Savett '57 to Lecture, Read from His Book
Laurence A. Savett, M.D., Hamilton ’57, will speak and read from his book,The Human Side of Medicine: Learning What It’s Like to be a Patient and What It’s Like to be a Physician, at the Oneida County Historical Society, 1608 Genesee St., Utica, on Thursday evening, August 7, at 7:30 p.m. More ...
Steve Culbertson '79 Named to NonProfit Times Power and Influence Top 50
Steven A. Culbertson, a 1979 graduate of Hamilton and president and CEO of Youth Service America, was named to NonProfit Times Power and Influence Top 50 list. In selecting Culbertson, The NonProfit Times said "The United States is a youth-obsessed nation. Culbertson and his organization are making sure that young voices are not only heard by the organizations serving them but also that they are developed into leadership positions." More ...
Stu Baker '57 Featured in The New York Times
Hamilton College alumnus Stu Baker '57 was recently featured in The New York Times. On the front page of the Metro Section, an article was featured describing how several communities in the Hamptons wish to start a new village, Dunehampton. Baker is quoted in the article as one of the plan's main advocates.  More ...
Adrienne Conzelman '92 Pictured in The New York Times
This past week in the Sunday Style section, Hamilton graduate Adrienne Conzelman, a member of the class of 1992, was pictured alongside her husband, Jim. The two were attending a fundraiser for the preservation of the painter Frederic Church's summer home on the Hudson. More ...
Maggie Hanson Continues To Run (and Win) Post-Hamilton
Maggie Hanson, a 2002 Hamilton Graduate who led the Lady Continentals' Cross Country and Track teams, has experienced continuing running success since graduating. The 23 year-old former All-American won the women's title in the Beach to Beacon 10K road race that took place on August 2 in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. More ...
Professional Hockey Team Hires Former Player as Assistant Coach
The Fort Worth Brahmas, a professional hockey team of the CHL, hired former player and Hamilton alumnus Sean Brady '96 as an assistant coach for the upcoming 2003-2004 season. For Brady, who retired as a player in January of 2001, this will be his first opportunity as the coach of a professional hockey team. More ...
Poet Ezra Pound, a 1905 Graduate of Hamilton College, Featured in The New York Times
Ezra Pound, a 1905 graduate of Hamilton College, was featured in a New York Times article "Ezra Pound, Musical Crackpot." According to the article reviewing "Ego Scriptor Cantilenae: The Music of Ezra Pound," a comprehensive sampling of the poet's little-known musical output, "...one listens quite fascinated. Much of it is strangely compelling, if eccentric, stuff." More ...
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