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The audience listens to Jim Memmott '64 present the Half-Century Class Annalist Letter at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association.
Reunions 2014 a Fond Memory

Alumni returned to the Hill and were greeted by sunny skies and seasonal temperatures for Reunions 2014 on June 5-8.  A total of 1148 alumni and their guests enjoyed catching up with classmates, attending class dinners, touring campus and sitting in on numerous Alumni Colleges. Members of the Class of 1964 celebrated their 50th reunion and heard the presentation of the Half-Century Annalist Letter by Jim Memmott ’64.  More ...

Welcome Back! 2014 Reunions Set to Begin

Hamilton will welcome back more than 1000 alumni and their guests when it hosts the college’s annual Reunion Weekend, this year on Thursday-Sunday, June 5-8.  A special welcome goes to members of the class of 1964 who will be celebrating their 50th reunion.  Highlights this year include the Minor Theater Festival marking the close of Minor Theater, the annual meeting of the Alumni Association and presentation of the Half-Century Annalist Letter by Jim Memmott ’64.  More ...

Alumni march across campus during Saturday's Reunion parade.
A Look Back at Reunions ’13

Rain and chilly weather didn’t dampen the spirits of nearly 1200 alumni and their guests at Reunions ’13, June 6-9. Class dinners, alumni colleges, the annual meeting of the Alumni Association, a cross-country run, jazz and a dance party kept alumni busy as they dodged raindrops.  More ...

Bagpipes of the Mohawk Valley Frasers will lead the reunion parade.
Celebrate Hamilton Reunions ’13 June 6-9

Alumni will gather to celebrate the start of Hamilton’s third century during Reunions ’13, June 6-9. Nearly 1200 alumni and their guests are expected.  A special welcome is extended to members of the class of 1963 who are celebrating their 50th reunion. A full schedule of events will keep attendees busy through the weekend.   More ...

Jack Withiam '71, Pat Murphy '80, Chief Mark Young of the Clinton Fire Department and Pat Gilrane '83 pose with a ceremonial check representing Psi U's donation to CFD.
Psi Upsilon Presents $2500 Check to Clinton Fire Department

During the recent All-Alumni Bicentennial Reunion, brothers of  Psi Upsilon presented a check for $2500 to the Clinton Fire Department. In the 1980s the Clinton Fire Department responded to a fire at the fraternity house. Brothers of Psi U never forgot the CFD's response and wanted to express their gratitude after all these years.  More ...

Hector Acevedo '08, Leide Cabral '11 and Bob Moses '56 discuss the Young People's Project in a Bicentennial College.
Bicentennial Alumni Colleges Educate and Entertain

Following are capsule descriptions of a few that took place at the All-Alumni Bicentennial Reunion May 31-June 3.  More ...

David Smalley accepts the Bell Ringer Award in memory of his late wife Trix P'93.
It's a Wrap

Lots of smiles, reminiscing and laughter marked the All-Alumni Bicentennial Reunions that came to a close on June 3. Saturday’s highlights included the annual meeting of the Alumni Association, the Reunion parade, a campus picnic, Bicentennial Colleges and class dinners. Events concluded on Sunday with the moving Service of Remembrance featuring performances by the Baldwin and Reunion choirs.  More ...

President Joan Hinde Stewart and Board of Trustees Chairman A.G. Lafley '69 presented an honorary degree posthumously to Alexander Hamilton.
Alexander Hamilton Awarded Honorary Degree at Alumni Association Meeting

At the Bicentennial Meeting of the Alumni Association on June 2, the college's namesake Alexander Hamilton was awarded a posthumous honorary degree.  More ...

Hannah, 7, and Naomi Gardner-Woods, 8, look at photos in Root Glen. They're the daughters of Ruth Gardner-Woods '99 of New Hampshire.
Scenes From Hamilton's All-Alumni Bicentennial Reunion

Alumni began arriving from near and far on Thursday, May 31, to begin the Bicentennial Reunion weekend festivities. Thursday’s highlights included a tour, “The Legacy of Trees on the Hamilton Campus,” guided by Arboretum Director Terry Hawkridge  P’01, and “Giants in the Earth,” a talk and tour of Hamilton’s Cemetery, led by Hamilton Alumni Review Editor Emeritus Frank Lorenz.  More ...

Don Spencer '59 was the first alumnus to arrive for Reunions 2012.
Through Rain and Heat, Don Spencer '59 Bikes 500 Miles to Attend Reunions

As Hamilton celebrated the 200th anniversary of the signing of its charter this past week, Don Spencer ’59 was celebrating his birthday as well. While turning 200 might initially seem like a grander feat than turning 76, Don Spencer’s 76th birthday was far from unremarkable. That’s because Spencer turned 76 while riding a bicycle in the midst of a nearly 500-mile journey from Pittsburgh, Pa., to Hamilton’s Bicentennial Alumni Reunion in Clinton, N.Y.  More ...

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