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Jeff McMahon '97, CEO of Oasis Technology Partners Inc.
Competitors in the Net World
According to the Boston Business Journal, Oasis Technology Partners Inc. founders: Jeff McMahon, Nick Laidlaw, and Robert Naughton, all 1997 graduates, have managed to build their second internet business after venture number one, PlanetLink.com, sold in 2000. More ...
Alumni gather at Salsa Catering
Latino Alumni Celebrate at Salsa Catering
Almost 50 alumni, family and friends gathered for the "Three Kings Day" celebration at Salsa Catering in New York City. Daniel Garcia '84, the owner of Salsa Catering, not only hosted but also provided all the food, helping to make it, according to Larry Arias '84, who organized the event, an "evening to remember!" More ...
Richard Lennox '61
Richard Lennox '61 Show "A Retrospective Exhibition"
Twenty-five years of art by Richard Lennox '61 will be shown in "A Retrospective Exhibition" at the Gratz Gallery in New Hope, Pa. The show opened Jan. 6 and will run through February 17. Lennox earned a bachelor's degree in French literature at Hamilton. He lives with his wife Stana in Erwinna. More ...
Philip West '63 Show "Rebuilding Tamil Nadu"

Photographs taken by H. Philip West Jr. '63 will be shown in "Rebuilding Tamil Nadu" at the Chapel Gallery of the Mathewson Street United Methodist Church in Providence, R.I. The show opened on Jan. 2 and runs until Jan. 31. He lives with his wife, Anne Grant, in Providence.  More ...

Akilah Bond '09
Akilah Bond '09 is Named Hamilton's Sixth GOLD Scholar
Thanks to the generous support of its young alumni, Hamilton College is pleased to name Akilah Bond '09, of Amherst, Mass., as its sixth GOLD Scholar.

The moment Akilah arrived for her tour and interview at the Admission office, however, she immediately saw herself as part of the campus.  Her tour, lead by Ben Critton '06, reinforced those initial feelings, as she felt natural and at home with the current and potential students.  And a stop through Commons for ice-cream bars and a breather nearly sealed the deal right on the spot.  Add to that an open curriculum, a devoted track coach and limitless options after graduation and she was sold.  Akilah applied EDI and was accepted in December. More ...
It's Who We Are
As members of the Hamilton family, giving back is a defining characteristic of who we are.  We contribute as volunteer leaders and donors to the institutions and causes we believe in most deeply.  For many of us Hamilton is central among our priorities.  We give to the College to support curious, motivated students and the professors who teach them.  We give to provide a rich variety of experiences to students inside and outside the classroom.  We give to ensure that Hamilton's doors are always open to the most deserving young people, regardless of their economic circumstances.

As we approach the end of the calendar year, please accept our deepest thanks for all you do for Hamilton.  We invite you to take a moment to watch the Annual Fund Flash Media presentation.  We are certain you will enjoy it.

Happy Holidays from the Hamilton College Alumni Office! More ...
Eugene Romano '49
Alumnus Eugene Romano Gives $2.5 Million for New Theatre
A generous supporter of many nonprofit organizations in the Mohawk Valley and beyond, alumnus Eugene Romano '49 has made a major gift to Hamilton. The $2.5 million donation is targeted for the construction of a new 150-seat theatre that will serve both Hamilton and the surrounding communities. Over the many years that he has supported the College, this is Romano's largest gift. More ...
Ron Torgalski '89 Inducted into Athletic Hall of Fame
Ron Torgalski '89 has been inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Nichols School. Torgalski is currently the head baseball coach at the University of Buffalo. At Hamilton he played basketball and baseball and was a member of Delta Upsilon. He majored in psychology and after graduation played professional basketball in Sweden for two years before returning to Hamilton to serve as assistant men's basketball coach from 1991 to 1994. He went on to become an assistant basketball coach at the University at Buffalo and later assistant baseball coach, which led to his being named head coach of the baseball team in 2006. More ...
Jeff Smith '82
Jeff Smith '82 is President of the Calif. Veterinary Medical Association

Jeff Smith '82, DVM, was installed as president of the California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) during the annual Pacific Veterinary Conference earlier this year.  The CVMA is a membership organization that represents more than 5,600 veterinary professionals in California.

At Hamilton, Smith was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and played rugby. He double majored in biology and English Literature before going on to Cornell University to earn his veterinary degree. His father is Dr. Warren Smith '53 and his brothers are Dr. Andrew Smith '85 and Dr. Matthew Smith '87. Jeff and his wife, Sheri, live in Middletown, Calif., with their two sons.  More ...

Cry Baby Premieres in La Jolla
Thomas Meehan '51 has co-written a new musical, Cry Baby, (with Mark O'Donnell) that premieres November 6 through December 16, at the La Jolla Playhouse of La Jolla, Calif.  The Alumni Associations of Los Angeles and San Diego have group tickets for the December 8 show. Alumni and friends of Hamilton College are invited to experience "this hilarious new musical." More ...
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