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NY Times Profiles New Law Schools
The New York Times, in its Feb. 15 edition, featured two new Florida law schools set to open this fall. Both schools, according to the Times article, were established "at universities with high minority enrollments, in an effort to bring more blacks and Hispanics into legal careers without using affirmative action." More ...
Hamilton Alumnus, Jazz Enthusiast Dies at 79
Milton F. Fillius, Jr., Hamilton alumnus and an avid jazz fan died at 79, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Fillius, a major contributer to the Hamilton College Jazz Archive, established both the Drown Prize Scholarship and the Drown Loan Fund, which provide financial help for about 100 Hamilton students a year. Dean Abelon, Hamilton's alumni secretary compliments, "The jazz archive has turned into a marvelous resource, in great measure to his vision and financial assistance." More ...
Sidney Wertimer Inspires Bow Tie Swap
Hamilton Professor of Economics Sidney Wertimer has inspired yet another Hamilton alumnus reports The Hartford Courant. Ken Kahn, head of the Greater Hartford Arts Council, named his old economics professor as the origin of his love of bow ties and the role model for being a "snappy dresser." More ...
Happy 247th Birthday Alexander Hamilton
Hamilton College was named for Alexander Hamilton (born January 11, 1755). Hamilton's GOLD groups in various cities are celebrating the birthday today. More ...
Zanger '92 on News Crawls
Hamilton graduate Jesse Zanger '92, an editor for Fox News, commented on the new use of crawls for the Chicago Tribune. A trend since Sept. 11, Zanger explains that crawls allow stations to get current news breaks onto the air faster than ever before. "News is breaking," he explains, "the crawl is an amazing opportunity to put news out there right away." More ...
Stephen Sadove '73 Joins Saks Incorporated as Vice Chairman
Hamilton alumnus and trustee Stephen Sadove joined the team of Saks Incorporated as vice chairman. He currently serves as senior vice president of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, and has been with the company since 1991. More ...
Russ Bantham Jr. '63 Named Volunteer of the Year
Russel Bantham Jr., a 1963 graduate of Hamilton, was recognized as the College's Volunteer of the Year at an alumni event in New York City on December 7. More ...
Kinkel '79 Plays in Buffalo
Hamilton alumnus Robert Kinkel '79 and his band, The Trans- Siberian Orchestra, played Shea's Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. Kinkel describes the band's style as "symphonic rock," and goes on to comment, "We mix rock n' roll, classical and orchestra music, musical theater, R&B." The performance of Christmas Eve and Other Stories was the group's first appearance in Buffalo, but many hope, not their last. More ...
Hamilton Alumnus' eBay Art Project
Hamilton alumnus John Freyer '95 has embarked on a project to sell all of his possessions. Freyer sold his catalogued possessions on eBay, then kept track of what had ended up where (including his Hamilton senior thesis, Information Technologies and their Role in Surveillance Societies, for $20.50). He has used eBay as a "free publishing system" to display web projects to a broader audience. Since, he has began a road trip to visit his former possessions and most recently has even sold his website which displays the work, www.allmylifeforsale.com, to the University of Iowa Museum of Art. More ...
Hamilton's Loss on Sept. 11
Adam Lewis '87 was one of the many victims of the Sept. 11 tragedy. Lewis, a senior trader at Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, was a beloved father to four and a caring husband to wife Patti. A man who cared most for his relationships with friends and family, he will be remembered by friend Stephen Sander as a man who "achieved the American dream." More ...
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