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Matthew Backes '93 Awarded Newcombe Fellowship
Matthew Backes, a 1993 graduate of Hamilton College, has been awarded a 2002 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. The awards support original and significant study of ethical or religious values in all fields of the humanities and social sciences. More ...
Allison Kerbel '05 Publishes Short Story in Cicada
Allison Kerbel, a rising sophomore from North Kingstown, R.I., recently had a short story published in Cicada. Kerbel's story, titled "Identity: Self and Sloth," describes a 7th grade gym class run. Cicada is a bimonthly magazine for teenagers and young adults ages 14 and up. More ...
Tom Jones Works in Danger Cave
Hamilton Professor of Anthropology Tom Jones was quoted in a Salt Lake Tribune story exploring the newest archaeological work in Utah's Danger Cave. The cave is famous for being the site from which a "Desert Culture" model of human habitation was compiled. The model is now the blueprint for much of Southwest archaeology. More ...
John Donohue, Hamilton '74
John J. Donohue III '74 Honored at Stanford Law School
John J. Donohue III '74 was named the William H. Neukom Professor of Law at Stanford Law School. The professorship is a gift of William H. Neukom, Microsoft executive vice president for law and corporate affairs. More ...
Joe Livingston '02 discusses Arab-Israeli relations
Forum on the Middle East a Highlight of Alumni College
The war on terrorism, U.S. dependence on Saudi Arabian oil, and the stalemate in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process were among topics discussed at an Alumni College event titled "The Modern Middle East," held during Reunion Weekend. More ...
Don Gingras '50 Presented With Bell Ringer Award
Donald Gingras '50 was presented with the Bell Ringer Award during the annual meeting of the Alumni Association during Reunion Weekend festivities. More ...
Edward S. "Ned" Walker '62
Edward S. "Ned" Walker '62 Provides an Insider's View on U.S. Diplomacy
To get the best information on any topic it is always a good idea to go straight to the source. Edward S. "Ned" Walker Jr. ‘62 has been that source on the Middle East for the U.S. government for many years. He shared some of his knowledge with the audience at the Alumni College event, “An Insider’s View on United States Diplomacy” on Friday, June 7. More ...
Hamilton College science faculty at groundbreaking for the new building.
Hamilton Breaks Ground For $56 Million Science Complex
Hamilton College broke ground on June 7 for a $56 million renovation and expansion of its Science Building. The three-year capital project is the most expensive in the College's 190-year history. More ...
Maddie Kodat helps Harley perform a song
Bill Harley '77 Performs During Alumni Weekend
Two time Grammy nominee Bill Harley ’77 dazzled a large audience Saturday afternoon during the Alumni College event, "Songs & Stories for Everybody." For 90 minutes Harley thrilled the audience with his humorous songs and stories that left the youngest child to the oldest alumnus full of laughter. He performed fan favorites such as “Monsters in the Bathroom,” “Milky Way,” “Down in the Backpack” and many others. More ...
Kirkland Marker Unveiled During Reunion Weekend
Among the highlights of Reunion Weekend was the dedication of the Kirkland Marker on June 8. The marker was created to serve as "a tangible commemoration of the Kirkland experience." Designed and created by John von Bergen '63 and Ava Bromberg '02, the arch stands on the grass outside of McEwen Hall. More ...
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