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Kirkland Marker Unveiled During Reunion Weekend
Among the highlights of Reunion Weekend was the dedication of the Kirkland Marker on June 8. The marker was created to serve as "a tangible commemoration of the Kirkland experience." Designed and created by John von Bergen '63 and Ava Bromberg '02, the arch stands on the grass outside of McEwen Hall. More ...
Dinner Honors Athletic Director Tom Murphy
The Soper Commons was the site this past Thursday evening for a dinner honoring Tom Murphy and his tenure as athletic director at Hamilton College. About 200 guests attended the dinner, including nine former coaches and 20 former players. Jack Withiam '71, Christine Johnson and Bob Simon were the featured speakers as they reminisced about Coach Murphy's 22 years as the athletic director. More ...
Hamilton Today Discussion Part of Alumni College
On Friday, June 7, Associate Professor of Sociology Mitchell Stevens moderated a forum of Hamilton professors, faculty members, students and alumni in a Alumni College discussion entitled "Today’s Hamilton". David Cost ‘03, Stephanie Higgins ‘04, Joe Livingston ‘02 and Dean of Students Flossie Mitchell joined Mitchell. More ...
Kirkland Commemorative Awards Bestowed
At the Kirkland Celebration at Hamilton on Saturday, June 8, special commemorative awards were bestowed on those individuals who have been leaders in continuously advocating for women’s education on College Hill and who have enthusiastically sustained Kirkland’s legacy for creativity, independence and experimentation. Since Hamilton and Kirkland combined nearly 25 years ago, the education offered to men and women on College Hill has been significantly enhanced, most notably by Kirkland’s emphases in the arts, curricular innovation and interdisciplinary study. More ...
President Eugene Tobin's Remarks at Kirkland Commemorative Celebration
Hamilton College President Eugene M. Tobin welcomed nine individuals who have continued to carry the Kirkland torch since the combination of Kirkland College with Hamilton. They were presented with special awards to recognize their roles as "educational pioneers." More ...
"It Was Great Fun But Was It 'Just One of Those Things?'"
Samuel Babbitt, who served as the president of Kirkland College, delivered the inaugural Chuck Root Kirkland College lecture during Reunion Weekend festivities, June 7-9. More ...
Brian Grady '00 Hired as Maine Asst. Hockey Coach
Brian Grady '00, has been hired by Tim Whitehead '87, as an assistant coach for the Maine Black Bears men’s ice hockey program. The Black Bears finished 2nd in the nation, losing the 2002 national championship game to Minnesota. Grady will serve as a graduate assistant, while pursuing his master's degree. Grady previously coached football, hockey and baseball at Salisbury Prep in Connecticut. He was at Salisbury for two years and taught government and social studies. More ...
"Alumni Cross-Country Fun Run" held Saturday
About 20 alumni and their family members started off a beautiful Saturday in Clinton, NY with the 2002 annual Alumni Cross-Country Fun Run. The participants ran a 2.2, 3.2 or 5.5 mile course with graduation years running from James Honke ‘62 to John Damaske ‘02. As is the spirit of a ‘fun run’ everyone who competed was a winner. More ...
Oneida County Historical Society Award Named for Dick Couper '44
The Oneida County Historical Society has renamed its "Living Legends" award in honor of Hamilton College life trustee Richard Couper '44. The award will be called the Richard W. Couper Living Legend Award in honor of Couper, who "has not only worked long hours on behalf of the Society, but also as a volunteer for many non-profit organizations," said Kevin Marken, of the Historical Society. The announcement was made at a press conference on Friday, June 6. Couper, and this year's Living Legends, Assemblywoman RoAnn Destito and area industrialist Earle Reed, will be honored at a dinner on September 5 at the Harts Hill Inn. More ...
Michael Klosson '71 Nominated for Ambassador's Post
Michael Klosson, a 1971 graduate of Hamilton College, has been nominated by President George W. Bush to serve as an ambassador in his administration. The President intends to nominate Klosson to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Cyprus. More ...
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