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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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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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In Memoriam: Richard C. Hermann, M.D.

  We’re saddened to announce the passing of our classmate, Rick Hermann on January 16, 2020. Rick was a psychiatrist and health services researcher at Tufts Medical Center, working on
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In Memoriam: Douglas Michael Geehan, M.D.

We’re saddened to announce the passing of our classmate, Doug Geehan. February 26, 1963 – January 28, 2020 Douglas Michael Geehan, M.D., a devoted father and accomplished surgeon, enriched the
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shades of green winter 2020

Shades of Green – Winter 2020

The Winter edition of Shades of Green includes stories from Jay Caldwell, Gregg Gorman, Lisa Sweeney Herrington, and Kathy Reilly Gross. Plus news from Rich Briones-Colman, Bob Skrivanek, and some Maxwell roomies reunited (Marcy (Sitnik) Reed, Kathy (Reilly) Gross, Eleni (Daskalakis) Henkel, and Becky (Blake) Osborne). Get info on joining the committee planning our 35th (OMG) Reunion, and update on our Class Project, and a challenge for 85 Day in March.
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Chris Jun ’22 Mentored by Anne Schonfield ’85 and Dan Estabrook ’88

As part of our class project supporting Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS), classmates are mentoring interns as they spend a term focusing on community service. This winter, two classmates are mentoring Chris Jun '22.
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SOG Fall 2019

Shades of Green Fall 2019

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a jam-packed issue of Shades of Green! The featured focus is on classmates who went on to law school, so click through and download it today!
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Shades of Green – Spring 2019

Spring has sprung and another Shades of Green hits the presses! In this issue: part 2 of our visit with classmates in the Earth, Energy, and Environment fields and much, much more. Click through to our website to download or watch your mailbox!
Keep Reading 

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
Keep Reading 

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
Keep Reading 

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
Keep Reading 

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
Keep Reading 

In Memoriam: Richard C. Hermann, M.D.

  We’re saddened to announce the passing of our classmate, Rick Hermann on January 16, 2020. Rick was a psychiatrist and health services researcher at Tufts Medical Center, working on
Keep Reading 

In Memoriam: Douglas Michael Geehan, M.D.

We’re saddened to announce the passing of our classmate, Doug Geehan. February 26, 1963 – January 28, 2020 Douglas Michael Geehan, M.D., a devoted father and accomplished surgeon, enriched the
Keep Reading 
shades of green winter 2020

Shades of Green – Winter 2020

The Winter edition of Shades of Green includes stories from Jay Caldwell, Gregg Gorman, Lisa Sweeney Herrington, and Kathy Reilly Gross. Plus news from Rich Briones-Colman, Bob Skrivanek, and some Maxwell roomies reunited (Marcy (Sitnik) Reed, Kathy (Reilly) Gross, Eleni (Daskalakis) Henkel, and Becky (Blake) Osborne). Get info on joining the committee planning our 35th (OMG) Reunion, and update on our Class Project, and a challenge for 85 Day in March.
Keep Reading 

Chris Jun ’22 Mentored by Anne Schonfield ’85 and Dan Estabrook ’88

As part of our class project supporting Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS), classmates are mentoring interns as they spend a term focusing on community service. This winter, two classmates are mentoring Chris Jun '22.
Keep Reading 
SOG Fall 2019

Shades of Green Fall 2019

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a jam-packed issue of Shades of Green! The featured focus is on classmates who went on to law school, so click through and download it today!
Keep Reading 

Shades of Green – Spring 2019

Spring has sprung and another Shades of Green hits the presses! In this issue: part 2 of our visit with classmates in the Earth, Energy, and Environment fields and much, much more. Click through to our website to download or watch your mailbox!
Keep Reading