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  • Analytics, charts, graphs — Hamilton’s Communications & Marketing content team pays attention to it all, but is most interested to learn what our readers want to read most. So, following are the top 10 most-clicked news stories from 2021.

  • Investigative reporters Kathleen “Kat” McGrory ’05 and Neil Bedi of the Tampa Bay Times were honored with a Pulitzer Prize in the Local Reporting category for a series on a powerful sheriff whose secretive operations harassed Pasco County, Fla., residents.

  • Dan Chambliss, the Eugene M. Tobin Distinguished Professor of Sociology, has recently presented several virtual talks on a range of topics from social science research methods to his book How College Works, co-authored with Chris Takacs ’05.

  • Teacher Tanya Namad Lerch ’05 and her high school student volunteers have made prosthetic hands that do all those things using a 3D printer. They create the free, custom-designed hands primarily for children and last school year delivered nine of them. 

  • Kathleen "Kat" McGrory '05, former editor of The Spectator and currently deputy investigations editor at the Tampa Bay Times, was named a Pulitzer Prize finalist for "impactful reporting, based on sophisticated data analysis, that revealed an alarming rate of patient fatalities following Johns Hopkins’ takeover of a pediatric heart treatment facility."

  • Gordon Kaye ’74 and his daughter, Sasha Kaye-Walsh ’05 have started a joint podcast project with Graphic Design USA (GDUSA). “Conversations on Design” is a new weekly podcast series, conceived and produced by Sasha Kaye-Walsh. Each episode features a guest graphic designer or creative thought leader who is experienced in fields of design, advertising and marketing.

  • One of the greatest benefits of being on Hamilton’s D.C. program at this particular point in time is the sense that we are experiencing a distinctive and singular moment in American politics. The uniqueness of this moment is especially obvious to Washington’s journalists.

  • Kathleen McGrory '05 is a reporter on the investigations team at the Tampa Bay Times. Before joining the Times in 2015, Kathleen spent seven years as a metro reporter for the Miami Herald and two years as a government reporter in the Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald Tallahassee Bureau. At Hamilton, she majored in economics and Spanish.

  • Sandy Webb '05: Seminary taught me what I need to know on Sunday; Hamilton taught me what I need to know on Monday.

  • David Winer ’05, the senior manager, owner and executive director of Winer Capital Management, recently appeared on Bloomberg Television. Alongside Bloomberg’s Abigail Doolittle, Winer discussed valuation and how to make money without having to rely on markets going up on “Bloomberg Markets.


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