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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.

  • During his first few years at Hamilton, Keith Wellin ’50 was enjoying college life perhaps a little too much. As a junior he approached Dean Winton Tolles and asked about the possibility of gaining admission to Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration. The dean’s reply? “Mr. Wellin, surely you jest.”

  • Women's track & field athlete Cat Berry '19 (Mansfield, Ohio/Western Reserve Academy) and men's basketball swingman Peter Hoffmann '19 (Putnam Valley, N.Y./Haldane HS) received the 2019 Jack B. Riffle Awards at Hamilton College's senior varsity athlete awards celebration on Tuesday, May 21.

  • Hamilton College President Joan Hinde Stewart announced the death of Life Trustee Keith Wellin ’50, GP’11, ’14 in an email to the Hamilton community. Wellin died in Charleston, S.C., on Sept. 14, at the age of 88.

  • President Joan Hinde Stewart announced the passing of Life Trustee Fran Musselman  ’50, H’05, P’75 in an e-mail to the campus community on April 5. “I write with great sadness to inform you that Life Trustee Fran Musselman’50, H’05, P’75 died peacefully yesterday after succumbing to lung cancer. His daughters were at his side. He lived 87 full years.”

  • Chilly and sometimes dreary weather couldn't put a damper on Fallcoming 2012,  as Hamilton celebrated the opening the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, honored Dan Dietrich II '64 as Volunteer of the Year, and recognized students' scholarships at the Helen and Doane Comstock '27 Memorial Luncheon.

  • Summer construction is officially under way on the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art, a 30,000-square-foot museum and teaching facility to be located at the corner of College Hill and Griffin Roads.

  • One of the priorities of the recently launched $117 million Bicentennial Initiatives campaign is construction of new art facilities that will include a studio arts building, a theatre complex, and a teaching museum on College Hill Road.

  • On Saturday, September 25, Dean Alfange, Jr. ‘50 served as the delegate for Hamilton College at the inauguration of Adam F. Falk as the 17th president of Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.  


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