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Amina Sibtain '11, Hamilton's 25th GOLD Scholar
Amina Sibtain '11 is Named Hamilton's 25th GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Amina Sibtain '11 of Lahore, Pakistan, as its 25th GOLD Scholar.  Amina recently sat down to reflect on her Hamilton experience, remarking "Alumni should feel happy and proud that they have the chance to ensure someone else gets to experience the good life up on the Hill. It is not the amount that matters but the simple gesture of giving. It means a lot to the students." More ...
Hannah Mauck '10
Hannah Mauck '10 is Named Hamilton's First 2009-10 GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Hannah Mauck '10 of Newton, Mass. as its 24th GOLD Scholar. She recently sat down to reflect on her Hamilton experience so far. "From where I sit, no matter if you’re a student or alumnus/a of any generation, the essence of the Hamilton student remains true to its roots. If you look closely, alumni can always see a bit of themselves in the current student body." More ...
Christina Matulaitis '09
Christina Matulaitis ’09 is Named Hamilton’s Twenty-Third GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Christina Matulaitis '09 of Brewster, Mass. as its 23rd GOLD Scholar. Christina recently sat down to reflect on her Hamilton experience so far, and here's what she shared. "Recent graduates should never underestimate the power of a small donation. I intend to give back to the school every year, although it might be nominal in those first few years out. Alumni generosity made it possible for me to attend an amazing institution like Hamilton, which inspires me to give back in order to complete the cycle.." More ...
Courtney Kollmer ’10
Courtney Kollmer '10 is Named Hamilton's Twenty-Second GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Courtney Kollmer '10 of Mendham, N.J., as its 22nd GOLD Scholar. Courtney recently sat down to reflect on her Hamilton experience so far, and here's what she shared. "The first aspect of Hamilton that I noticed the day I visited was its friendly atmosphere. The people are what I like most about Hamilton." More ...
Mark Ibrahim '12
Mark Ibrahim '12 is Named Hamilton's Nineteenth GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name Mark Ibrahim '12 of Ridgefield Park, N.J., as its 19th GOLD Scholar. Mark recently sat down to reflect on his Hamilton experience, and here's what he shared. More ...
Ipsita Bhatia ’11
Ipsita Bhatia '11 is Named Hamilton's Twentieth GOLD Scholar
Ipsita Bhatia '11 was named Hamilton's twentieth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Luvuyo Mandela '09
Luvuyo Mandela '09 is Named Hamilton's Eighteenth GOLD Scholar
Luvuyo Mandela '09 was named Hamilton's eighteenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Anthony Sali '10
Anthony Sali '10 is Named Hamilton's Seventeenth GOLD Scholar
Anthony Sali '10 was named Hamilton's seventeenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Chelsea Stone '10
Chelsea Stone '10 is Named Hamilton's Sixteenth GOLD Scholar
Chelsea Stone '10 was named Hamilton's sixteenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Kaitlin Britt '09 is Named Hamilton's Fifteenth GOLD Scholar
Kaitlin Britt '09 was named Hamilton's fifteenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
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