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  • As a student at Hamilton, Brandon Leibsohn ’10 knew that he wanted to pursue a career in sports. So, naturally, he applied to law school.

  • Anna Bastidas ’13 and Devin Farkas ’10 recently landed jobs in outdoor education as the associate director of the Bowdoin College Outing Club and the assistant director of Outdoor Programs at the University of Vermont, respectively. Day-to-day, Bastidas works closely with outing club officers, runs student leader training, and organizes orientation trips. Farkas oversees many outdoor-based clubs and directs the pre-orientation program.

  • To many Hamilton students, the Days-Massolo Center may feel as familiar as the campus furniture. But 10 years ago, the Center didn’t even exist — it was in part through the efforts of the Social Justice Initiative (SJI) that the DMC opened its doors in 2011.

  • Week after week, year after year, The Media’s Effect on Women’s Body Image, a story written and published on Hamilton’s news site in 2010, remains at the top of those most read with 182,000 page views. On its 10th anniversary, we contacted the author, Alex Ossola ’10, and the researcher, Arielle Cutler ’11, for their reactions.

  • It’s a job, which means it comes with deadlines, bottom lines, clients, crazy hours, and stress. Such things are rendered incidental, however, when reverential colleagues gather to watch the uncrating of a Monet. Six Hamilton alumni who work at the venerable auction house Sotheby’s New York talk about what they do.

  • Professor of French and Francophone Studies Cheryl Morgan recently participated in a roundtable discussion and met with young alumni at the Modern Language Association Convention in Seattle.

  • During a panel discussion, students heard from three alumni working in the field of policy and political research. Panelists included Ann Dubin ’06, a freelance political researcher and consultant, Marc Pitarresi ’10, a freelance political and communications consultant and researcher, and Cristina Garafola ’11, a research associate at RAND Corp. specializing in Chinese foreign policy.

  • Charlie Warzel ’10 was recently featured in an episode of the new Netflix original series, Follow This. The series follows the path of BuzzFeed journalists as they look into and dissect quirky internet phenomenons through an investigative lens.

  • Hannah Dormanen ’10 started her career at Target HQ as an analyst in 2012. Now, as a senior manager she leads a team of employees within the Merchandising division.

  • Jessica Cox ’10 joined Williams Kastner law firm as an associate in their Seattle office. She is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation and Labor and Employment practice groups.


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