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Fallcoming 2013 is Sept. 26-29

Hamilton’s annual Fallcoming will take place on campus Oct. 26 through 29. Among highlights of the weekend will be the dedication of  the Jazz Archive, a Wellin Museum artist's talk and numerous athletic contests. The full schedule is here.  More ...

Economena Analytics Office
Daniel Tomb ‘08 and Tamim Akiki ’08 Found Economena Analytics

Classmates Daniel Tomb '08 and Tamim Akiki '08 founded Economena Analytics, which is a business information service and research provider covering the Middle East and North Africa region. Based in Lebanon, the company facilitates investment analysis in the region by providing research tools and support services to consulting and financial professionals based in the region and around the world.  More ...

Phillip Zweig ’68 Writes Op-Ed in New York Times

Phillip Zweig '68 recently co-wrote an op-ed for The New York Times published on September 3rd. Entitled “How a Cabal Keeps Generic Scarce (add link),” this article is about the critical lack of generic drugs.  More ...

George Walsh ’75 Named Administrative Correspondent of Upstate New York

Veteran editor and reporter for The Associated Press, George Walsh '75, was named the news cooperative’s administrative correspondent for upstate New York. Walsh will facilitate his staff in covering breaking news and creating accountability reporting, with a focus on state government.  More ...

Phill Hoying '09 Best Junior Officer

2nd Lieutenant Phillip Hoying '09 recently won the title of “Best Junior Officer” in the U.S. Army Europe's Best Junior Officer Competition held in Grafenwoehr, Germany this past August. This competition is a weeklong training event that shows the best captains and lieutenants in Army units across Europe.  More ...

John B. Emerson '75
John B. Emerson ’75 Confirmed as U.S. Ambassador to Germany

John B. Emerson ’75 was confirmed by the United States Senate in August as U.S. Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany.  More ...

Hillary Clinton
Mohawk Valley Alumni Association Hosting Great Names Reception

The Hamilton Alumni Association of the Mohawk Valley invites alumni and parents for a reception preceding the Sacerdote Great Names Series lecture by Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Secretary of State and former U.S. Senator from New York, on Friday, Oct. 4.  More ...

David Greene '85
Hamilton Alumnus David Greene ’85 Named President of Colby College

Colby College announced on Sept. 10 that David Greene, a 1985 graduate of Hamilton College and executive vice president at the University of Chicago, will be the liberal arts school’s next president.  Greene will take office on July 1, 2014.  More ...

Program in Washington students with George Baker '74 and Frank Vlossak '89 at Williams and Jensen.
Program in Washington Students Learn About Lobbying

Hamilton College Program in Washington D.C. participants visited with Hamilton alumni George Baker ’74 and Frank Vlossak ’89 for an in-depth discussion on lobbying in Washington, D.C.  on Sept. 4. Baker and Vlossak are currently principals at Williams and Jensen PLLC. Williams and Jensen is one of the nation’s leading, independently owned government affairs law firms.  More ...

Bob Moses '56 spoke at Hamilton in 2010.
Moses ’56 on MLK

“Dr. King would be talking about the need for quality education for all the nation's youth,” Bob Moses ’56 told Parade Magazine in its Aug. 21, issue.  More ...

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