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Anthony Sali '10
Anthony Sali '10 is Named Hamilton's Seventeenth GOLD Scholar
Anthony Sali '10 was named Hamilton's seventeenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Kerry Leonard '07 Starts Girls' Hockey Program in Wilton, Conn.
According to The Advocate of Stamford, Conn., Kerry Leonard '0, who scored 24 goals and assisted on 24 others in 75 games during her three seasons on Hamilton's ice hockey team, has taken on the formidable task of developing the girls' ice hockey program at Wilton High School in Wilton, Conn. The Wilton Warriors are now in their first season, and Leonard is the team's first coach. More ...
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Hamilton Featured in Heroes on NBC
Hamilton College is front and center in an episode of Heroes, the popular science fiction television drama, scheduled to air on Monday, Feb. 2, on NBC. The College is mentioned as one of the best schools in the country along with Georgetown University and Smith College in a scene in which a young woman is considering various options. The camera pans several admissions brochures and Hamilton's brochures are prominently displayed.  Alumna Rebecca "Reba" Rosenthal '00, who works on prop placement for Heroes, arranged for the inclusion of the Hamilton brochures in the scene. The show is one of the top 20 highest rated programs on television and a favorite among critics. More ...
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Hamilton Featured in Heroes on NBC
Hamilton College is front and center in an episode of Heroes, the popular science fiction television drama, scheduled to air on Monday, Feb. 2, on NBC. The College is mentioned as one of the best schools in the country along with Georgetown University and Smith College in a scene in which a young woman is considering various options. The camera pans several admissions brochures and Hamilton's brochures are prominently displayed.  Alumna Rebecca "Reba" Rosenthal '00, who works on prop placement for Heroes, arranged for the inclusion of the Hamilton brochures in the scene. The show is one of the top 20 highest rated programs on television and a favorite among critics. More ...
Chelsea Stone '10
Chelsea Stone '10 is Named Hamilton's Sixteenth GOLD Scholar
Chelsea Stone '10 was named Hamilton's sixteenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
Thomas J. Tull '92
Thomas Tull '92 Joins Pittsburgh Steelers Franchise
According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Thomas J. Tull '92 is among three new investors in the future of Steelers football. For the first time, the Rooney and McGinley families, which have owned and operated the Pittsburgh football team exclusively since Art Rooney founded it in 1933, have reduced their shares in the franchise. Tull has acquired a 16% stake, though the Rooney family remains the primary owner. More ...
Robet P. Moses '56
Robert Moses '56 to Speak at MLK Prayer Breakfast at DePaul Univ. Jan. 19
Dr. Robert P. Moses '56, renowned for his organizational work in the civil rights movement, will deliver the keynote address at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Prayer Breakfast at Chicago's DePaul University on 19 January 2009. More ...
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Magazine Names Donald M. Nielsen '79 among Top N.C. Lawyers
Business North Carolina magazine named Donald M. Nielsen '79 a member of the North Carolina "Legal Elite" in its January 2008 issue. The honor is contingent upon the results of ballots cast by nearly 19, 000 North Carolina attorneys. Mr. Nielsen practices law at the firm of Bell, Davis, & Pitt, P.A., headquartered in Winston-Salem and Charlotte. He specializes in environmental law. More ...
Brown '04 Has Work Accepted in International Juried Show
A work by Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and alumna Jackie Brown '04 titled "Accretion" has been accepted into the 23rd International Juried Show at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. The show runs from February 13 to March 27. Adelina Vlas, Assistant Curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, juried the show. More ...
Trustee Challenges Magnify Your Generosity
As the end of the year approaches, your support to Hamilton's Annual Fund is critically important. To help prompt you to be as generous as circumstances allow, a number of trustees created two challenges that will match all or a portion of your gift if given prior to December 31.  Up to $500,000 in increased trustee gifts can be generated to compliment and augment yours.   More ...
Kaitlin Britt '09
Kaitlin Britt '09 is Named Hamilton's Fifteenth GOLD Scholar
Kaitlin Britt '09 was named Hamilton's fifteenth GOLD Scholar. In the age of multi-million dollar gifts many young alumni have asked, "How does my $25, $75 or $250 gift matter when the financial needs of Hamilton College are so great?" This question is answered by the GOLD Scholars Program. More ...
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