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WWNY TV Says Goodbye to Alexandra Field '06
After three years working for WWNY 7 News, Alexandra Field '06 is saying goodbye. During her time at the Central New York based station, Field worked as a general assignment reporter and, most recently, an anchor for the 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. news hours. During her time at WWNY, Field was recognized for her work with a Syracuse Press Club Award and received an award from the Associated Press for outstanding spot news coverage for her work on the Academy Street apartment building fire. Field will move to WRGB, the CBS affiliate in Albany, where she recently accepted a reporting position. 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 ...
GOLD Summit: The Power of the Hamilton Network
More than 25 percent of Hamilton alumni are Graduates Of the Last Decade. To prove true the theory "there's strength in numbers," Hamilton is inviting members of the GOLD Group back to campus April 3-5 for the inaugural GOLD Summit, a weekend of career, volunteer and social networking. 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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