Previous Issues - 2005-06

2006 Fall Alumni ReviewFall 2006

Ready for a Workout

Grab your exercise gear and head inside Hamilton’s new Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Center. More...

Finding the Right Fit

By Mike Debraggio

Surveys, focus groups, exit interviews and other assessment measures are helping Hamilton better shape the messages it sends to prospective students as they navigate the college search process. More...

Faces Behind the Façades

By Stacey Himmelberger

More than 50 buildings on campus honor people who shaped not only Hamilton's history, but in many cases the history of our nation. With the opening of the Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Center and the Little Squash Center, we thought we'd take this opportunity to introduce a few of our buildings' namesakes. More...

Not Your Father’s Dining Hall

By Melissa Kong '08

With custom-prepared stir-fry, crepes and sushi on the menu, it's not a stretch to say that dining on campus has changed throughout the years. We asked an "expert" to share some of her impressions -- and favorites. More...

2006 Winter Alumni ReviewWinter-Spring 2006

The Buff & Blue Parachute

By Jennifer Kostka '04

The Hamilton College community encompases not just students, faculty and staff, but also thousands of alumni and the parents of students past and present.  Read about how this "network" can provide valuable resources for Hamilton's undergraduates and young alumni as they prepare to take their first steps toward a career. By offering internship and job opportunities or simple and sound career advice, the more established members of the Hamilton community help facilitate the younger members' transition from college into the "real world." More ...

A Change Did Them Good

By Holly Foster

Part leap of faith, part sheer conviction. For these alumni, abandoning one career to pursue another is evidence that a liberal arts education prepares you for just about anything. More ...

Fiction Contest Winner

Read "The Blind Date," by Elizabeth Savage Aibel '04, winner of our first annual fiction contest, and "Isabelle Loses Her Mind For a Short Time," by Britt Freitag '08, honorable mention. More ...

2005 Fall Alumni Review Fall 2005

A New Home for Science

Photos by Bob Handelman, Bill Denison and Dave Tewksbury

Three years after the first shovel hit the dirt, Hamilton's new $56 million Science Center is a reality. Come take a tour of the building that provides professors and students access to some of the most sophisticated equipment and state-of-the-art facilities found at a liberal arts college. More ...

Antarctica Called Him

By Melissa Hendricks

Professor of Geosciences Eugene Domack has led numerous expeditions to Antarctica, most including undergraduates. But this year's trip produced results that surprised even the veteran researcher -- the discovery of a vast ecosystem deep beneath the icy waters and new clues about why the collapse of the continent's Larsen B ice shelf is unprecedented. More...

Doin' That Jazz Talk

By Donald Challenger

Now a decade in the making, Hamilton's Jazz Archive is a treasure trove of vintage recordings, historic photos and some 250 video interviews with the men and women who created and lived this American tradition. More...

Who Owns Hamilton

By James Leach P'02

Called "the ultimate volunteers," members of the Hamilton board of trustees are passionate about lending their time, brainpower and experience. More...

Spring-Summer 2005Spring-Summer 2005

Telling a Different Story

By Donald Challenger

Vivyan Adair, the Elihu Root Peace Fund Associate Professor of Women's Studies and the 2004 New York State Professor of the Year, on the transforming power of education. More ...

Remembering Sidney

Alumni pay tribute to Sidney Wertimer, their professor, mentor and friend.  More ...

There's A Lot to Learn from a Big, Red Dog

By Heather Won Tesoriero '96

Meet Deborah Forte K'75, president of Scholastic Media and a pioneer in educational children's programming. More ...

Contact Information

Stacey Himmelberger

Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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