June 9-12, 2022

One Hill of a PartyWe hope to welcome you back to the Hill with three reunion cohorts celebrating together. Imagine spending the weekend with three out of four classes that shared campus with you – it’s going to be one Hill of a Party!

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Hamilton College's COVID-19 guidelines and policies: Reunion Weekend has been totally redesigned to allow for most events and gatherings to take place outside. In order to enter campus buildings, attendees must be vaccinated and have received the booster for COVID-19. We strongly recommend you take a PCR COVID-19 test within three days of the event or a rapid antigen test the day before you arrive on campus to be sure that you are not carrying the virus. Any changes in protocol will be communicated immediately. Please visit the College’s summer operating plan for a comprehensive list of COVID-19 policies. Your attention to these guidelines, and your support for the health and safety of Hamilton students, faculty, staff, alumni, and guests are greatly appreciated.

Weekend Highlights

Half-Century Annalist Letters

John Pitarresi ’70 will present at the 50th Reunion Medallion Ceremony on Thursday. The 1972 Half-Century Annalist Letter by Steven Wulf ’72, read by Jon Hysell ’72 and J.K. Hage ’72, and the Kirkland Charter Class Half-Century Annalist Letter by Betty Marmon K’72 will be presented during the Reunion Assembly on Saturday morning. Rory Radding ’71 will present at the Annual Meeting of the Alumni Association on Saturday afternoon.

All-Kirkland Reunion

The legacy of Kirkland changed the Hill and enriched the Hamilton experience. Celebrate Kirkland’s history with alumnae from every class year.

Alumni Colleges

A reunion tradition, Alumni Colleges highlight the accomplishments of graduates and provide a rich educational program to balance the social activities of the weekend. Alumni College topics range from current issues in politics, leadership, and entrepreneurship, to making movies, writing, and more.

Wellin Museum

Visit the Wellin’s current exhibit Yashua Klos: Our Labour. Through his print-based collages and sculptures, Yashua Klos explores the intersections among the human form, natural elements, the built environment, and social hierarchies. 


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