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    Because Hamiltonians

    Read about alumni across generations who are impacting the world.

Legendary Hamilton professor Sidney Wertimer once said, “It’s a small world, and Hamilton is at the center of it.”

The lessons learned and connections made on College Hill last well beyond a student’s four years; they last a lifetime. Hamiltonians go on to do great things, and the dedication they have for their alma mater runs deep. As volunteers, advocates, and donors, alumni ensure that future generations of students have access to the life-changing experiences that a Hamilton education offers.


Learn about the many ways to stay engaged with Hamilton. The power of the network is in the people and in their love of Hamilton.


Many alumni give generously of their time to support Hamilton and current students.


The Because Hamilton campaign will enable us to fulfill the promises we make to our extraordinary students.

Alumni News

Peter Schloerb ’73

Because Hamiltonians Discover Black Holes: Peter Schloerb ’73

Expanding knowledge of our universe has led to academic and professional recognition for Peter Schloerb ’73 for his work on the advancement of powerful millimeter-wave telescopes.

Dave Lahey ’83 drops the ceremonial first puck between Hamilton's Fred Allaire ’23 and Trinity's Andrew Troy on Dec. 2 at Sage Rink.

Lahey ’83 Pays Back Continental Hockey’s Heartfelt Support

Dave Lahey ’83 was battling stage 4 throat cancer when an unexpected act of support from the Hamilton hockey team moved him to tears. Now, two years later, not only is the former Continentals hockey captain cancer-free — he returned to Sage Rink to skate with the team and present them with a gift of his own.

Panelists at the 1812 Leadership Circle event (from left) Tom Schwarz ’66, Gene Tobin, Joan Hinde Stewart, and David Wippman at the podium.

Hamilton Presidents Discuss State of Higher Education

At the 1812 Leadership Circle Weekend in New York City earlier this month, President David Wippman reminded those gathered that Hamilton’s mission is to prepare students for lives of meaning, purpose, and active citizenship.

Alexander Hamilton Statue and the Chapel at night

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Support from our dedicated alumni, parents, and friends is gratefully acknowledged.

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