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Celine Geiger '04
Celine Geiger '04 Writes “Being Human” Episode

Celine Geiger '04 has written her first full episode for NBC Universal's Syfy channel's series Being Human. The series is an adaptation of the British show of the same name and focuses on three roommates—a werewolf, a vampire, and a ghost—who attempt to lead normal human lives in Boston.  More ...

Sean Tice '06 and Brooklyn Slate Achieving Success

In "A Cheese Board That Names Names," the New York Times recently featured Sean Tice '06 and his company Brooklyn Slate in their Dining & Wine section.  Brooklyn Slate is a collaborative effort between Tice and Kristy Hadeka that began after the two visited her family's slate quarry in upstate New York in 2009.  They brought home a few pieces to use as all-purpose boards and gifted some to friends.  The slate was so popular that they decided to start their own business.  More ...

Olivia B. Waxman '11
Olivia B. Waxman '11 Explores Social Polling

On Feb. 20, TIME's Techland blog published "Polling and Social Media Collide with 'Social Polling'" by Olivia B. Waxman '11.  The article discusses a new form of polling which, instead of surveying a random sample of the population, polls users online on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and blogs.  The questions posed generally focus on current events but can often be more fun that those presented in traditional polls. After a fundraiser at New York's Apollo Theater where President Obama sang "Let's Stay Together," Poll Position asked Americans whether they thought he was a better president or singer.  More ...

Lachlan Markay '09
Lachlan Markay '09 on Heritage Panel

Lachlan Markay '09 spoke Monday, Feb. 13 as part of The Heritage Foundation panel on "President Obama's Unconstitutional 'Recess' Appointments." The event focused on President Obama's recent appointments of one member of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and three members of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and sought to "examine the implications of the President's power grab, the logical results if future presidents followed suit, and the remedies that lie with Congress to restore the proper separation of powers between the Executive and Legislative branches of the federal government."  More ...

Ryan Serhant '06
Ryan Serhant '06 Will Star in Bravo TV Show

Ryan Serhant '06, along with Fredrik Eklund and Michael Lorber, will star in Bravo's upcoming series Million Dollar Listing New York. The show will follow the three realtors as they close multi-million dollar deals on luxury properties in New York City and "give viewers an inside look into the aggressive, high-stakes world of New York City's real estate market."  More ...

Hysell '04 at Beat Generation Symposium at Columbia College in Chicago, Oct. 2008
Julia Hysell '04 To Hold Workshop on the Work of Kerouac and Snyder

Julia Hysell '04, a library assistant at Teton County Library in Jackson, WY, will be hosting a two-evening workshop titled "Gary Snyder, Dharma Bums & the Coming Revolution" on Feb. 6 and March 5. Hysell researched the influence of Buddhist scripture and poetry on Jack Kerouac's book The Dharma Bums for her senior thesis under Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religion Jay G. Williams '54 and Bates and Benjamin Professor of Classical and Religious Studies Richard Seager while she was at Hamilton. She is currently working on a manuscript for a book chronicling her literary exploration of The Dharma Bums. Her research has extended over nearly ten years as she "started digging and started to find the real people behind the characters and the real places behind the spots used in the book."  More ...

D. Knute Gailor '13
Gailor '13 Named 38th GOLD Scholar

Thanks to the generous support of young alumni, Hamilton is pleased to name D. Knute Gailor '13 of North Granby, Conn., as its 38th GOLD Scholar.  More ...

Corinne Bancroft '10
Essay by Corinne Bancroft '10 and Peter Rabinowitz Published in Style

“Cats, Dogs, and Social Minds: Learning from Alan Palmer—and Sixth Graders,” by Corinne Bancroft ’10 and Professor of Comparative Literature Peter J. Rabinowitz, has appeared in a special issue of Style.  More ...

Program in Washington students with Ketura Brown '04 at the State Department.
Washington Program Visits State Department

Students in the Semester in Washington Program visited the Department of State, hosted by Foreign Service Officer Ketura Brown ’04 on Dec. 7.  Brown discussed careers in the foreign service and her own journey from Hamilton College, where she participated in the Semester in Washington Program, to the Carter Center at Emory University to the Fletcher School of Tufts University to the State Department.  More ...

Ben Johnston '07
Benjamin R. Johnston '07 Wins Greenovation Contest

Benjamin R. Johnston '07 has won the Texas Greenovation Contest, a competition that seeks to inspire entrepreneurs, students, and business owners to design green business ideas.  Entrants were asked to present ideas that minimize waste and maximize sustainability, and pay for themselves within five years.  The first place award comes with a number of funds and services to commercialize his proposal.  More ...

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