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In Memoriam: Jim Britton

We’re sad to report that Jim Britton passed away on July 14, 2020, from brain cancer. After Dartmouth, Jim’s career included genetic research in Maine, research and development of biological
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In Memoriam: Paula Miller

We are saddened to pass along the news that classmate Paula Miller, on April 30, 2020, lost her battle with cancer. Paula lived in Greece with her husband Vassilis Pantelis.
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In Memoriam: Sarah Snyder Morris

Sarah died at her home in Salem, OR on May 15, 2020 after a courageous battle with metastatic breast cancer. She is survived by her loving husband of nearly twenty
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Pre-union! Celebrate 35 Years in the Wide Wide World.

Thanks to the magic of clustered reunions, we’ll be celebrating our official 35th Reunion next year, June 17-20, 2021. But as you know, it’s been 35 trips ’round the sun
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220th Meeting of the Alumni Council

Little did I know when I become the class Alumni Council rep that my scheme to return to Dartmouth more often would be thwarted by a pandemic. Nevertheless, the first virtual meeting of the Dartmouth Alumni Council was a successful and informative affair. Click through to read the highlights from the meeting.
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Shades of Green – Spring 2020

The latest issue of Shades of Green is heading to your mailbox! This issue includes featured stories about classmates who have chosen a career in religion, either as clergy or
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Advise the 2020’s

The Dartmouth College Fund and Alumni Relations have partnered to create The D20 Connection program, to help support the Class of 2020 and foster in them a continuing connection with the College,
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Memorial: Mark Hansen ’84, husband of Jennifer Hancock ’85

Our deepest condolences to classmate Jennifer Hancock ’85, whose husband Mark Hansen ’84 passed away in March after a long illness. Jennifer and Mark were married in Rollins Chapel and
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Ida B. Wells Awarded Pulitzer Prize

It took almost 90 years, but Ida B. Wells, great-grandmother of Michele Duster ’85, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for her groundbreaking work in journalism. We’ve posted before about Michele’s
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UPDATED: ’85 Day! March 25, 2020

Dear Class of ’85, We hope that you all are staying safe/healthy and sane.  During this most surreal and unprecedented time of the coronavirus, we want you to know how
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