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Fallcoming 2003 October 15 - 19

Hamilton's annual Fallcoming weekend will be highlighted this year by Inauguration festivities honoring President Joan Stewart. Trustees and Alumni Council members gather on Thursday evening, and the weekend begins in earnest on Friday with Alumni Association and pre-inaugural programming. The inauguration of Hamilton’s nineteenth president, Joan Stewart, will take place on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 10:30 a.m. in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. The weekend also features Continental sports, academic presentations, a multicultural career panel, celebratory gatherings and jazz in the evenings. Join us for this festive and historic occasion. Alumni interested in arriving early may attend a Sacerdote Great Names at Hamilton performance by noted comedian Bill Cosby on Wednesday, Oct. 15.  A complete schedule of events follows:     More ...

KP Panel, "Building Communities Across the Digital Divide"

A panel discussion, “Building Communities Across the Digital Divide,”  is the next event in the Kirkland Project at Hamilton College series, “Technology, Science and Democracy:  What’s at Stake?” It will take place on Thursday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. in the Kirner-Johnson Auditorium.  A panel of four guest speakers will address the topic. This program, which is free and open to the public, is co-sponsored by the Computer Science department.  More ...

Will Savage '85 Survive Survivor?
Andrew Savage '85 is part of the cast this fall on the CBS reality show Survivor. He was "marooned" for 39 days on Mogo Mogo, one of the Pearle Islands (Perlas Archipelago) off the coast of Panama. The show will premiere Thursday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. (ET/PT). More ...
Walker Says Bush Needs to Provide Leadership to Achieve Middle East Peace
Edward S. "Ned" Walker Jr. '62, former ambassador to Israel and Sol M. Linowitz Visiting Professor of International Affairs gave a talk on "The Middle East After Iraq" on September 16 at Hamilton.  Walker’s talk coincided with the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Camp David Accords (Sept. 17, 1978). More ...
Josh Simpson '72 Designed Trophies for Mohawk Valley "Accent on Excellence"

Honorees in the Mohawk Valley's Accent on Excellence awards will receive trophies designed by Hamilton alumnus glass artist Josh Simpson '72. The trophies, designed at his studio in Shelburne, Mass., feature a glass sphere or planet on a Plexiglass stand. Simpson is known for his "planet" design, a round piece of multiple layers of glass with layers of colors. The Accent on Excellence award honors young residents of the Mohawk Valley who have excelled in their professional lives and dedicated themselves to serving the community.  More ...

Former Ambassador to Israel Ned Walker '62 to Lecture on Sept. 16

Edward S. "Ned" Walker, Jr., a 1962 graduate of Hamilton College, former ambassador to Israel, and the Sol M. Linowitz Visiting Professor of International Affairs this semester, will give a lecture, “The Middle East After Iraq,” on Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. in Dwight Lounge, Bristol Campus Center.  Walker's talk will be followed by a question and answer session. Sponsored by the Dean of Faculty’s Office, it is free and open to the public.   More ...

Author Peter Cameron '82 Interviewed in Contra Costa Times
Author Peter Cameron, a 1982 Hamilton graduate, was interviewed for the Contra Costa Times Book Club column (9/7/03). Cameron is author of The City of Your Final Destination. Cameron discussed the characters in the book, which was published in paperback this year (Plume). More ...
Bronson Picket '93 Starring in "Wild Card" on Lifetime
Bronson Picket, a 1993 graduate of Hamilton, was interviewed by The Boston Herald about his role as high school teacher Marcos Morales in the new Lifetime series "Wild Card." According to the Herald: "After majoring in theater at Hamilton College, Picket moved to New York City and was the lead singer for the band Pull. After Pull broke up for "the reasons most bands do," he decided to try acting again. 'I had been avoiding acting because most of the people I knew in acting were jerks,' he said. He became a founding member of the improv group The Flying Monkeys, found a 'terrific' manager, and since then 'I've been very fortunate. Every year I've had some kind of work,' said Picket. More ...
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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