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Tom Schwarz '66 Named President of SUNY Purchase
Thomas J. Schwarz, a 1966 graduate of Hamilton College and partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in New York City, has been named president of the State University of New York (SUNY) Purchase. Schwarz has been acting president since January 2001. SUNY's trustees approved his formal appointment as president on April 29. More ...
Schwarz Featured in AP Newswire
The AP Newswire service, along with the New York Times, announced “Thomas Schwarz, a prominent lawyer who has been interim president of Purchase College for 16 months, has been formally named president.” Schwarz is a Hamilton trustee and served six months as acting president in 1999 at Hamilton, according to the article. During his time already at Purchase, Schwarz has eliminated a $5 million deficit the school had accumulated. More ...
Ben Moore '82 Song Performed by Susan Graham
Mezzo soprano Susan Graham performed a song written especially for her by Ben Moore '82 in her recent U.S. tour. The Baltimore Sun reported "Graham and her partner brought down the house with the premiere of a novelty song written for her by Ben Moore." Moore's "Sexy Lady" is a comedy song that complains about being stuck in "trouser roles," performing as a man in operas by Mozart and Strauss. Among the venues where Moore's songs have been heard are Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center and Chicago's Orchestra Hall. More ...
Two Hamilton Alumni Authors to Participate in LA Times Festival of Books
Two notable authors who graduated from Hamilton College will be among participants in the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, held in association with UCLA, April 26-27. Terry Brooks '66 will be a panelist on "The Writing Life," and Peter Cameron '82 will participate in a panel titled "The Art of Fiction: Haunted by the Past." More ...
Noted Documentary Producer David Grubin '65 Visited Art of Cinema Class
Hamilton alumnus and award-winning producer David Grubin '65 returned to the Hill to visit Professor of English Pat O'Neill's "Art of the Cinema" class on April 17. Grubin presented one of his documentaries and discussed it with the class. Among his recent productions are The Secret Life of the Brain for PBS; Napoleon; and Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided. Grubin’s biographies of American presidents for "The American Experience" on PBS have been widely acclaimed. His five-part series for PBS, Healing and the Mind, with Bill Moyers, has won many awards. Grubin’s film about Secretary General of the United nations, Kofi Annan: Center of the Storm, aired recently on PBS. More ...
Alumni Panel Discussion on Careers in Publishing
Ellen Archer '84, Elizabeth Mahoney '95, Kim Miller '97 and Alison Root '00 will participate in a panel discussion, "Careers in Publishing," on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m. in Dwight Lounge. The panelists will speak about their experiences in the fields of both book and magazine publishing. This event is sponsored by the Career Center. More ...
On-Campus Summer Alumni College
Hamilton's Seventh Annual Summer Alumni College, "Fame, Faith and the Founding Fathers," will be held on campus, Thursday, July 24, through Sunday, July 27. This year, Douglas Ambrose, the Sidney Wertimer Associate Professor of History, is the facilitator. Ambrose, a member of the Hamilton faculty since 1990, is a recipient of the Class of 1963 Excellence in Teaching Award. When Ambrose was named the Wertimer Professor last summer, President Tobin said of him, "From the very first day that he stepped into a Hamilton classroom, Doug Ambrose has earned his students' and colleagues’ respect and admiration for his integrity, sensitivity and openness. In the tradition of Sidney Wertimer, scores of Hamilton graduates have learned from Doug in ways that will shape their lives for years to come." More ...
Atlanta Alumni Association - High Museum Reception for the Pushkin Exhibition
Join the Atlanta Alumni Association for an evening at the High Museum of Art. Thursday, May 1 6 - 8:30 p.m. 1280 Peachtree Street, NE Atlanta, GA $45 per person ($40 for the Classes of 1998-2002) *Price includes ticket to the exhibit, open bar and hors d'oeuvre buffet. Please RSVP by April 21 by calling the Office of Alumni Programs toll-free at (866) 729-0314 or emailing Jackie Thompson at jdthomps@hamilton.edu. Schedule of Events: 6 p.m.- Join Hamilton and Kirkland alumni for a reception in the Boardroom. 7 p.m.-Hear an update on the visual arts at Hamilton by David Nathans '72, acting director of the Emerson Gallery and enjoy an introduction to the exhibition by Michael Shapiro '71, Nancy and Holcombe T. Green, Jr. Director, High Museum of Art. 7:30 p.m.- View the exhibition: Old Masters, Impressionists and Moderns: French Masterworks from the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow. Location: High Museum of Art; Atlanta, GA Cost: $45 Contact: Kerri Page '98 kpage@hamilton.edu (866) 729-0314 More ...
Live Online Chat with Director of Athletics David Thompson
An online discussion titled "Athletics at Hamilton College" will be held on Tuesday April 22 at 8 pm led by David Thompson, director of Athletics at Hamilton College. David will host a live chat and discuss the role of athletics in the life of the College. All interested alumni/ae are invited to join in the discussion and can do so by registering with Hamilton's Online Alumni Community (HOLAC). More ...
Book Party - Battling for Saipan, Authored by Francis A. O'Brien '58
The O'Brien family would like to invite all Hamilton alumni to a Book Party to celebrate the publication of Battling for Saipan, a story of heroism and determination during World War II in the Pacific campaign. The book was written by the late Francis A. O'Brien, Hamilton Class of 1958. It was published by Random House books in February 2003. This celebration will be held at Books A Million, 1451 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, Virginia. More ...
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