Perfect weather, multiple well-orchestrated events, and many opportunities to re-connect with old friends combined to provide a memorable Reunion Weekend.


Alumni Colleges

Alumni Colleges featured such diverse topics as work-life balance by David Solomon ’84, Disruption in Media & Entertainment with a panel of Class of 1979 experts, the opioid crisis presented by Bob Ross ’69 and Dr. Steve Shapiro ’69, and a 2004 alumni panel on careers that embrace social good.

Opportunity Programs 50th

The 50th reunion of Opportunity Programs at Hamilton featured the unveiling of a “tree” bearing the names of all Opportunity Programs alumni.

Bob Simon Golf Center Dedicated

The late professor of philosophy and golf coach Bob Simon was honored at the dedication of a new golf center bearing his name. His wife, Joy, and sons, Bruce ’91 and Marc ’94 were in attendance. Director of Athletics Jon Hind ’80 and golf coach Lauren Cupp ’07 made remarks before a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Sam Pellman Honored

The late Professor of Music Sam Pellman and his love of life, music, and Hamilton was celebrated at a Reunions welcome reception. Bob Kinkel ’79 and Anthony Mathieu ’12 joined Colleen to announce the new fund established in Sam’s memory.

Class Annalist Letter

Vincent Strully ’69 delivered the Half-Century Annalist Letter at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association.

Bell Ringer Award

At the annual meeting of the Alumni Association Bell Tom Succop ’58 received the Bell Ringer Award.

Chapel Crowd at Reunions

Reunions ’20

Mark your calendars for June 11-14, 2020, so you don’t miss the chance to reconnect with your friends, rediscover the campus, and hear fellow alumni lead informative sessions about a range of topics.


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