Did you know you know you can become a Virtual Event Pass holder? After you have paid the one-time $10 registration for the first event you attend, you can then register to attend all subsequent virtual events for free until June 30, 2022! Pay once, attend unlimited virtual events.
These events are open to all alumni, parents, and friends. There also are regional alumni associations that provide opportunities to organize additional activities.
Lost Orchard II Reading9/28/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join us for a reading of excerpts from Lost Orchard II with Editor Isabel Weinger Nielsen K’76 and Associate Editors Nancy Avery Dafoe K’74, P’04, Elisabeth Horwitt-Putnam K’73, and Jo Pitkin K’78.
Lost Orchard II: Nonfiction from the Kirkland College Community, published September 1, 2021, brings together 45 essays on subjects as wide-ranging as aging, loss, parenting, feminism, place, the Kirkland experience, and interviews with members of the Kirkland College community.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Book Club: Good Company with Author Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney P’169/30/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join us for a book club discussion with New York Times bestselling author Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney P’16 on her latest novel, Good Company – a TODAY Show “Read with Jenna” pick and one of the most anticipated books of the year.
Discussion about the book and Cynthia's writing process will be moderated by Kate Childs ’08. According to The Washington Post, “Good Company is a story about the profound joy (and heartache) of family and friends. It’s an affecting reminder that no matter how comfortable and settled things feel, life is always about change — changing places, changing careers, and even changing loyalties."
Grab a copy of Good Company and find out what all the buzz is about!Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Breaking into Private Equity10/1/2021, 12:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join the Hamilton Career Network (HCN) for a conversation with young alumni in Private Equity. Together, Tucker Moulton ’17, Jordan Fong ’18, Emma Teach ’16, and Jack Warren ’19 will address what a role in Private Equity looks like day-to-day and how to prepare for the recruiting process. We hope to see you there!Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Careers in the Music Industry: Josh Lerman ’92 & Malik Irish ’2210/4/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
What can an aspiring music and video artist learn from a veteran music executive…and vice versa? Come join the Hamilton Career Network for a heart-to-heart about ‘knowing thyself’ for a career in the arts.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
Advocate Training, Hamilton 24/7 Give Day10/5/2021, 4:00 PM VIRTUAL
Hamilton College is going all out for Hamilton 24/7-- our first Fallcoming themed Give Day on October 7. Join the Hamilton Fund team and other Advancement friends for a quick webinar on Tuesday, October 5 at 4 p.m. Eastern to learn more about Hamilton 24/7 and how to be the best advocate.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
One of America's Great Sculptors: Modern Master David Hayes10/12/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join David Hayes ’81 as he annotates the renowned sculptor David Hayes' life and work. American modern master David Hayes created graceful sculptures abstracted from organic forms over an artistic career that spanned six decades. His monumental outdoor sculptures contemplate the relationship between a work of art and the environment it occupies, and show the influence of teacher David Smith and friend Alexander Calder. David Hayes ’81, son of artist David Hayes, is president of the David Hayes Art Foundation. He along with his siblings and daughter curate museum exhibitions for the work of their late father.Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
STEM Education In Underserved Communities10/13/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Join the HCN for a discussion surrounding how we begin to increase representation within the STEM educational system and thereby the STEM workforce. The presenters will be exploring how students within minority groups, who are also likely to be underserved within the educational system, get access to robust STEM education from an early age and what education reform looks like to ensure equal opportunity for all students within the STEM community.
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HK Class of 1975 - Oct. (Virtual) Hangout at the Rock10/27/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
HK Class of 1975 - Oct. (Virtual) Hangout at the Rock
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Cost to register for your first event is $10, which goes directly to funding and expanding the virtual programming series, while a portion is contributed to the Hamilton Fund to support teaching and learning on College Hill.
Did you know you know you can become a Virtual Event Pass (VEP) holder? After you have paid the one-time $10 registration for the first event you attend, you can then register to attend all subsequent virtual events for free until June 30, 2022! Pay once. Attend unlimited. With the Virtual Event Pass you’re supporting Hamilton and staying connected to your Hamily. It’s a win-win!
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How to Break into Showbiz - a Writer's Journey10/27/2021, 7:30 PM
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Gasoline, Laptops, and the Price of a Burger: How ransomware attacks are increasingly affecting everyday life11/9/2021, 7:00 PM VIRTUAL
Whether you realize it or not, you're paying more for everything from computers to flank steaks this year, partly because of the explosive growth of "ransomware" cyber attacks. In this talk, Eric Olson ’92 will answer burning questions like:
1. What the heck is a ransomware?
2. Sounds super nerdy - Why do I care?
3. Why is this so hard to stop? and
4. The Top Five-ish things you can do right now to protect yourself and your organization
At the end of this talk, you'll be able to impress your friends with phrases like dark web forums, cryptocurrency, and double extortion model!Learn More/Register See Who's Attending
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