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A Tour of Hamilton's Hidden Jewel -- The Root Glen
As part of Reunion events, Assistant Director of the Hamilton Physical Plant Terry Hawkridge guided a "slightly damp" group of alumni through the Root Glen. The alumni were treated to a both humorous and enlightening walk through the Glen and the Grant Garden on a rainy Thursday afternoon. More ...
Afterglow - Reunions 2003
Reunions 2003 will reverberate with echoes of the past, ring out with celebrations of the present and provide a sense of what the future holds for the people who comprise Hamilton College. Opportunities to strengthen your ties with your alma mater are at their best during Reunions 2003. Join us and renew old friendships, enhance existing relationships nurtured since graduation and develop new relationships that will last a lifetime. Hamilton College will welcome back more than 500 alumni, as well as their guests, when we host our annual Reunion Weekend Thursday through Sunday, June 5-8. Highlights of this year's reunion will include a fourteen Alumni Colleges, the Alumni All-Star Jazz Band, various affinity group receptions, the Annual Alumni Association Meeting and the Sunday Service of Remembrance. More ...
Spend the Summer in DC
Hamilton has several apartments available for rent this summer in Washington, D.C. More ...
ABC Honors Gilbert Adams '45
Gilbert Adams '45 and his wife, Margaret, were presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Clinton A Better Chance (ABC) Program. The award was presented on the occasion of the ABC program's 30th Anniversary Dinner and Award Celebration held on May 10. More ...
Alumni Trustee Michael Keller '67 Featured in New York Times
Michael Keller, a 1967 graduate of Hamilton College and an alumni trustee of the college, was featured in a New York Times article (May 12, 2003) about digitizing books at Stanford, where he is head librarian. More ...
Beth Robitaille '85 Promoted at Coastal Living Magazine
Beth Robitaille, a 1985 graduate of Hamilton College and an Alumni Trustee, has been promoted to associate publisher at Coastal Living magazine, a division of Southern Progress Corporation. Robitaille began her career at Southern Progress in 1989 as a New York sales representative for Southpoint magazine. In 1990 she moved to Southern Living magazine where she became advertising manager for the Dallas office in 1992 and subsequently, the Chicago office in 1994. In 1996 Robitaille joined the Coastal Living magazine launch team as the Midwest regional manager before being promoted to national sales manager. In her new position Robitaille will direct Coastal Living sales and marketing personnel nationwide and oversee the management of all advertising budgets and goals. She earned a bachelor's degree in English literature from Hamilton. More ...
Richard Bernstein '80 featured in Newsday Article
Richard Bernstein '80 was featured in a Q&A in the "Street Smarts" section of Newsday. Bernstein is Merrill Lynch's chief U.S. strategist and chief quantitative strategist in the global securities research and economics group. In the Q&A Bernstein said, "I believe that the Fed is going down the wrong path. The problem in this economy is not that demand is weak necessarily; it's that there's an oversupply." Bernstein is the author of Style Investing--Unique Insight Into Equity Management, and Navigate the Noise: Investing in the New Age of Media and Hype. More ...
John Freyer '95 to Appear on Conan O'Brien Show on May 8
Late night NBC talk show host Conan O'Brien has invited Hamilton alumnus John Freyer '95 to be a guest on his show on Thursday, May 8. Freyer is author of "All My Life for Sale," a book that describes how he sold all his possessions on Ebay. The show airs after the Tonight Show on NBC. Freyer said he and O'Brien will be talking about the AMLFS book and the "Second-Hand Stories" project that he has been working on with Christopher Wilcha. "Second-Hand Stories" just received a green light for a pilot episode on PBS, and will appear as a book in the fall of 2004. Freyer lectured at Hamilton in February. More ...
Monhegan Island Alumni College
Please join members of the Hamilton family for what we know will be a wonderful Alumni College on August 4-8 on Monhegan Island, Maine. As you may know, the Emerson Gallery will host a summer exhibition featuring the work of 100 artists titled Monhegan Island Artists: A 150-Year Tradition. The Monhegan Alumni College will include ample opportunities for intellectual stimulation, engaging discussion, intimate access to artists and their work, discoveries while on private tours at the Farnsworth and Monhegan Museums, relaxation, and gourmet and casual summer dining - all in a superb locale. As important, there will be time for enhancing existing friendships and forming new ones. More ...
Mason Ashe '85 Named to Sports Illustrated List of 101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports
Mason Ashe ’85, chief operating officer and general counsel for one of the largest and most diversified minority-owned sports marketing and management companies in the U.S., has been named to Sports Illustrated’s list of the “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports.” More ...
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