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Attendees at the Al Ham party that could be the longest distance from Clinton - Tokyo.
Al Ham Birthday Celebrations Go Global

Back in 2001 the Hamilton Alumni Association under President George Baker '74 brainstormed the idea of coast-to-coast gatherings held in conjunction with Alexander Hamilton’s January 11 birthday.  In January 2002, eight alumni regions hosted celebrations for GOLD Group members.  By 2007 the number of gatherings had more than tripled and expanded to include Hamilton alumni, parents and friends. Now in 2014 a record 40 parties were held and the celebrations have gone global, with gatherings in London, Tokyo and Beijing, in addition to U.S. cities from Albany, N.Y., to L.A. and points in between.  More ...

Standing from left, Austin Durham, Alex Mitko, John DeGuardi.  Sitting : Elizabeth Larson and Alex Kaplan. Missing from photo: Patrick Marris
Students Help Area Residents Navigate Health Insurance Marketplaces

Many Americans might find the Affordable Care Act difficult to understand, and some may feel daunted by the task of enrolling in health insurance under the new law, but a group of Hamilton College students is helping make the process easier for the surrounding community.  More ...

Seniors Practice Interviewing Skills in Mojo Workshop

Some 120 students and community members recently spent the day working on their mojo—but there wasn’t much voodoo or magic involved. Instead, the group participated in the third iteration of the Career Center’s Interview Mojo program, which is aimed at helping students increase their facility with and confidence in professional interviews.  More ...

Kate Parker-Burgard '84, Liz Morris '16 and Beth Yavenditti '97 at St. Luke's School.
Exploring the Possibilities

The Career Center’s 4th round of HamiltonExplore provided 120 underclassmen the opportunity to explore career interests during winter break.  The shadowing program is designed to assist sophomore students with career exploration and decision making by offering the opportunity to “shadow” (observe) a Hamilton alumnus/a or parent in the workplace for a day or part of a day.  More ...

A Levitt Leadership group collaborates on a project.
Third Year of Levitt Leadership Institute: The Momentum Continues

Former U.S. Ambassador Prudence Bushnell dreamed of creating a leadership program for college-age students, but was not convinced it was possible. That is, until she came to the Hill as the visiting Linowitz professor and spent a semester with Hamilton students.  More ...

Ellie Wertimer
Hamilton Mourns Ellie Wertimer

A strong advocate for women on campus and a leader in the community, Ellie Wertimer extended friendship and hospitality to generations of students and alumni.  More ...

President Joan Hinde Stewart
President Stewart Discusses College Opportunities at White House Meeting

Hamilton College President Joan Hinde Stewart attended an all-day summit on Thursday, Jan. 16, hosted by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in Washington.  Note: Following this meeting, President Stewart discussed her observations on Albany public radio stationWAMC-FM  and Utica station WIBX-AM.  More ...

The Clinton Central School District was among recipients of a Town-Gown Fund grant.
Hamilton Town-Gown Grants Top $500,000

The Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund made $60,000 in grants to six organizations last week, bringing the total disbursed from the endowment to $505,175.  More ...

New York Six Awarded Grant From The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium, of which Hamilton College is a member, has received a three-year $1.25 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support an international initiative aimed at strengthening global education.  Other New York Six members are Colgate University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, St. Lawrence University, Skidmore College and Union College.  More ...

Workers wash down the masonry of the interior stone wall in the main lobby of the new Theatre and Studio Arts construction.
Theatre, Studio Arts Building Interior Work Underway

Construction on Hamilton’s new theatre and studio arts building continues at a rapid pace, with interior work well underway and finish work taking place in some areas.  More ...

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