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Nocoball with Chris Collimore

Happy New Year! We’re all looking forward to 2021 being a little more normal than 2020, but let’s face it, we’re not there yet. Chris Collimore was going as stir
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A Celebration of Light

Let’s light up the holidays together as a community and toast to new beginnings for 2021! Listen in to hear holiday traditions from featured alumni ’round the girdled earth that
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In Memoriam: Charla McMillian

With great sadness we pass along the news of Charla McMillian’s passing. Charla was diagnosed with MS in 2010. A tribute can be found on Forever Missed, and includes some
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Joyce A. Sackey, M.D. ’85 MED’89 Nominated for Alumni Trustee position

How exciting is that? Our classmate Joyce Sackey has been nominated by the Alumni Council to join fellow classmate Sue Finegan on the Dartmouth Board of Trustees. You may recall
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Shades of Green – Fall 2020

This edition of the newsletter marks the beginning of a collaboration between the newsletter and website that allows us to bring you enriched content from our newsletter features. How cool
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Campus Clips . . .

Looking for some Dartmouth-related bits and pieces that have nothing to do with politics? Check out these bits from Dartmouth students and staff: How are undergrads spicing things up on
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Lemon Chicken Rice Soup

Lisa Herrington A lemony chicken soup for chilly nights, or any night! Cuisine Mediterranean Greek Course Soup 1 leek (white part only), chopped 1 yellow onion, chopped 2 large boxes
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Stuffed Acorn Squash with Barley

Margaret Marder Cuisine American Cooking Method Baking Suitable for Diet Vegetarian 1 acorn squash (1 1/2 lb), halved pole to pole and seeded 2 tbsp olive oil Salt & pepper
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Smoked Turkey Soup

Jeff Weitzman Our family often enjoys smoked turkey for Thanksgiving, whether it’s ordered from Greenberg’s Holiday Turkeys in Texas (you have to try them!) or off the smoker in the
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A message from your Head Agents: Joe, Andy and Joe

Given the ever-fluid environment these days, we wanted to share some updated information regarding the Dartmouth College Fund landscape. As you know, we continue to be committed to help with Dartmouth’s
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