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We are thrilled to welcome back the Hamilton and Kirkland Classes of 1973 on June 8-11, 2023. It will be a tremendous celebration on the Hill!

The half-century annalist letters and videos from June 2022 are posted online

For more information on Alumni Colleges, Reunion Weekend highlights, how to stay in touch with classmates, or how to get involved in your 50th Reunion Committee, please contact Director of Milestone Reunions Victoria Kidd '94.

Victoria Kidd ’94
Director of Milestone Reunions
vkidd@hamilton.edu 
315-859-3338

Enjoy the music of the 70s! Here are some Hamilton 50th Reunion music playlists on Spotify. 

50 for 50: Curated by longtime owner of Bop Street Records in Seattle Dave Voorhees '72, along with the assistance of Joan Mamelok K'72 and Jon Hysell '72.

Hamilton Pub Jukebox 1972: A sampling of 50 singles that were in the pub jukebox during your senior year. 

50th Reunion Gift Program

Hamilton has a long history of alumni honoring their 50th milestone with collective philanthropy. Over and above continuing their support of the Hamilton Fund, each class chooses one or more gift purposes to establish a legacy and pay it forward to the next generation of Hamiltonians. Learn more about the ways you can participate. 

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Is Hamilton part of your estate plan?

For many, outright contributions are the most efficient way to contribute. For others, planned gifts provide the means to do more for Hamilton, sometimes providing additional tax advantages as well. Outright and planned gifts, or some combination, are all counted.

Complete a Memorandum of Understanding to include your estate plan provision in the class gift total.

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