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Mark Cryer and Brenda-Lee Tyler Rabine '88
Mark Cryer and Brenda-Lee Tyler Rabine '88 Perform in Merry Wives of Windsor

Mark Cryer performed with Brenda-Lee Tyler Rabine '88 in Merry Wives of Windsor in Saratoga Springs.  More ...

Paul Kogut '88
Paul Kogut '88 Featured in Jazz Times

Jazz musician Paul Kogut '88 was recently featured in Jazz Times after the release of his third album Turn of Phrase.

Kogut grew up and studied in Utica with Carmen Caramanica.  He was taught later by Mick Goodrick, and a Hamilton course allowed him to travel for lessons with Pat Marino in Philadelpia.  He later attended the Manhattan School of Music, and then served as a lecturer in jazz guitar at Hamilton. He currently tours nationally in support of his music.  More ...

Peter Tague '88 takes questions from students in Erol Balkan's International Finance class.
Investment Banker Peter Tague '88 Traces Career Path for Balkan Class

Peter Tague ’88 delivered a talk to Professor Erol Balkan’s International Finance class on April 12 in KJ.  A lifetime investment banker, Tague was recently promoted to the position of global head of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) for Citigroup, and is also a vice chairman of the firm. Tague covered a myriad of topics for the class, ranging from the current crises in Greece and the greater Eurozone to how a typical M&A transaction works, and even attempted to answer the question, “Will China take over the world?”  More ...

Program in New York students visit Citigroup.
NYC Program Students Visit Citigroup

Students in Hamilton’s Program in New York City recently attended a breakfast hosted by alumni at Citigroup, giving them a chance to informally connect with alumni in the industry.  Citi’s banking offices are located in Tribeca, not too far from Hamilton’s apartments in Battery Park City. The event was hosted by  alumni Jeffrey Schackner ‘89 and Peter Tague ‘88.  More ...

NYC program students with panelists, seated from left, Harold Bogle, Jennifer Murphy Hill, Susan Skerritt, Andrew Taylor.
NY Program Students, Alumni Gather for Wall St. Association Event

Hamilton’s semi-annual Wall Street Association meeting on Oct. 5 featured a discussion on the current state of the capital markets with a panel of alumni experts. The event at the Racquet and Tennis Club was moderated by Susan Skerritt K’77, P’11,  of The Bank of New York Mellon. Panelists include Harold Bogle ’75, P’14, Credit Suisse; Andrew Taylor ’88, JP Morgan Chase Co.; and Jennifer Murphy Hill ’87,  Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  More ...

Students packed the Red Pit to hear alumni talk about careers in entrepreneurship.
Alumni Entrepreneurs Share Advice With Students

Encouraging students to live and work with passion has been a theme of the Career Center this year. The five panelists of the Careers in Entrepreneurship event on Thursday, Sept. 22, epitomize careers based on a balance of passion and smart decision-making. These alumni shared their experiences and advice in a panel discussion sponsored by the Career Center.  More ...

 Mathematics professor Sally Cockburn on the cross-country course, followed by Daniel Kamenetsky '11.
Oerlemans, Casey, Favored to Win Take 8th HamTrek

Professor of English Onno Oerlemans was the top individual finisher, Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication  Cheryl Casey was the top female individual, and team "Favored to Win"  (employees David Swartz and Claudette Ferrone ’88 and Jelena Lacelle), won the relay in the eighth annual HamTrek Triathlon on May 6.


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Will Burns '88
Will Burns '88 and Tom Butta '78 in Ideasicle Podcast

In Ideasicle Podcast Episode #10, host Will Burns '88 spoke with Tom Butta '78 about "how transformative ideas and creativity can be inside companies." Butta, founder and managing director of brand value accelerator 21Weeks, discusses the role of CMO as "creative director for the brand," the importance of picking the right team, and getting a company excited about an overarching idea. Hamilton also is mentioned in the podcast.  More ...

Matt Kahn '88 speaks in the Chapel.
Matthew Kahn ’88 Discusses His Book, Climatopolis
 Matthew Kahn ’88 spoke to the Hamilton community about his latest book, Climatopolis on Sept. 21. His book offers an unusual approach to dealing with climate change: because little is currently being done to stop climate change, the world should switch its focus on adapting to the changes that have already been created and show no sign of slowing down. More ...
<em>Climatopolis</em> by Matt Kahn '88.
Climatopolis Author Alumnus Matt Kahn '88 to Lecture
Hamilton alumnus Matthew Kahn ’88 will address the economics of and future adaptation to climate change in a lecture on Tuesday, Sept. 21, at 7:30 p.m., in the Chapel. The lecture, “Climatopolis: How Our Cities will Thrive in the Hotter Future,” is sponsored by Hamilton’s Arthur Levitt Public Affairs Center. It is free and open to the public. More ...
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