• As co-creator of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO), Bob Kinkel ’79 continues to spread messages through song — this time one of hope for the people of Ukraine.

  • National and regional news organizations regularly interview Hamilton faculty, staff, alumni, and students for their expertise and perspectives on current events, and to feature programs and activities on campus. November’s news highlights ranged from challenges faced in higher education to Dolly Parton to heart disease.

  • From artisanal crafts and tasty treats, to cutting-edge everyday home solutions and gaming adventures, Hamilton’s Gift Guide showcases the creativity and ingenuity of our community.

  • Learning and exploration have always motivated Alex Ossola ’10. With each of her academic and professional pursuits, curiosity has remained a driving force — and her newest undertaking is no exception.

  • Compared to the hectic offices of Wall Street, the small city of Durango, tucked away in the southwestern corner of Colorado, might sound like the perfect place for a quiet retirement. But Mike Bruce ’69 has found plenty to keep himself busy after moving from New York almost three decades ago.

  • Many on campus know Jacke Jones as the executive assistant in the President’s Office, where she’s worked for the past six years. We’re excited to announce that Jones recently took on a new role at Hamilton — director of alumni and parent relations in the Advancement Office. Communications student writer Aliana Potter ’24 recently had the opportunity to ask Jones about her new position.

  • Jinquan Liang ’08 and Yvonne Chen ’20 both attended John Dewey High School in Brooklyn, N.Y., and were mentored by the same social studies teacher, CT Chan, who provided the two first-generation prospective college students advice on the college search process, including SAT prep, college application essays, and financial aid applications.

  • Last year, Cameron Feist ’04 became the new director of project and change management for Hamilton enterprise modernization, after serving as the College’s director of financial aid and associate vice president for enrollment management. Communications Office student writer Gregoire Winston ’26 recently spoke with Feist about his past experiences at Hamilton, his future projects as head of Hamilton’s enterprise modernization, and the technicalities and logistics behind this impending but necessary college transformation.

  • Associate Professor of Government Erica De Bruin and Clara Harding '23 co-authored an article published in the Summer/Fall issue of Political Science Educator, the newsletter of the American Political Science Association's Education Section.

  • Jonathan Dong ’21 has always been intrigued by the world of aquaculture. He began breeding fish in middle school, and grew to wonder at the life history of the species with which he worked. When he entered Hamilton, originally on a pre-med track, he found new ways to explore this passion. He founded the Aquaponics Club with three other students during his sophomore year. He began taking more environmental studies and biology courses, and during his study abroad in Australia he contributed to a research paper on invasive fish species.


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