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Mason Ashe '85 Awarded the Sport Law Attorney of the Year Award

Mason Ashe ’85 was honored at the National Bar Association’s 90th Annual Conference in Los Angeles this July where he received the Sports Lawyer of the Year Award. The National Bar Association is the oldest and largest association of predominantly African-American lawyers, judges, educators, and law students.  More ...

John Werner '92 Hosts 15th Annual Boston Posse Dinner

In late July, John Werner ’92 hosted the 15th annual Boston Posse dinner celebration to meet the 10 Boston Posse Scholars who make up part of the incoming freshmen class. The event took place at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  More ...

Kiana Sosa ’15 and Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer will reprise their roles in <em>The Mountainop</em> at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Mark Cryer, Kiana Sosa ’15 to Perform The Mountaintop at Edinburgh Festival

Associate Professor of Theatre Mark Cryer and Kiana Sosa ’15 are off to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to perform The Mountaintop, that debuted at Hamilton on Martin Luther King Jr. Day in January. Sosa and Cryer will be performing the show Aug. 8  through 22nd.  More ...

Onwaniqua Heard '15
Onwaniqua Heard ’15 Heads Back to the Classroom

Onwaniqua Heard ’15 is going to find herself back in the classroom more quickly than most recent graduates: this time, however, she’ll be the teacher, not the student. Heard will be entering the Greenwich Country Day School’s Co-Teacher Program this fall, a program that “gives co-teachers a chance to work with children of different ages and to broaden their professional experience.”  More ...

Art Massolo '64 and his wife Karen unveil the plaque in the new Days-Massolo Center.
Days-Massolo Center Dedicated

The Days -Massolo Center was formally dedicated on Friday, April 1, during Volunteer Weekend. It is named for Hamilton trustees Drew S. Days III ’63 and Arthur J. Massolo ’64 and is aimed at promoting diversity awareness on campus.  Massolo and his wife Karen unveiled the center’s plaque and Days offered remarks via video.  More ...

Donald Carter
Carter Appointed Chief Diversity Officer
Donald Carter, professor of Africana studies, has been appointed chief diversity officer by President Joan Hinde Stewart this summer to “oversee efforts in the area of diversity and help us to build the most inclusive and welcoming community possible.” Carter hopes “to develop a broad diversity plan based on what’s going on today - the problems and successes we are having - and to build organically from the bottom up on what is already here.” More ...
Greg Thomas '85 talks with New York City program students.
NYC Program Students Visit Harlem
When someone says "Manhattan," you might think of traders yelling out orders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, or ice skaters at Rockefeller Center, or a power-jog through Central Park in-between conference calls. On April 1, NYC Program students explored the rich cultural traditions of another part of the island, visiting a jazz museum, a famous lounge, and the Apollo Theater in the neighborhood of Harlem. More ...
Daniel R. Garcia '84
Daniel R. Garcia '84 Wins Small Business Award
Crain's New York Business magazine has honored Daniel R. Garcia '84 with a 2008 Small Business Award. The award recognizes the runaway success of Salsa Caterers & Special Events, the catering and event-planning company Garcia founded in 1990. Since then, Bronx-based Salsa Caterers has emerged as New York City's premier caterer of authentic Hispanic cuisine and culture, whether South American, Latin American, Caribbean Latin, or Spanish. Garcia is among six New York City entrepreneurs who received the award. More ...
LaurieAnn Russell
Russell Contributes Article About Engaging Alumni of Color to CASE Currents
LaurieAnn Russell, associate director of Alumni Relations and director of Reunion Weekend, contributed an article to the February 2008 issue of CASE Currents. Her article "Finding their Voice," discusses ways to engage alumni of color. The monthly magazine is published by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. More ...
Alumni gather at Salsa Catering
Latino Alumni Celebrate at Salsa Catering
Almost 50 alumni, family and friends gathered for the "Three Kings Day" celebration at Salsa Catering in New York City. Daniel Garcia '84, the owner of Salsa Catering, not only hosted but also provided all the food, helping to make it, according to Larry Arias '84, who organized the event, an "evening to remember!" More ...
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