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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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Shades of Green – Summer 2015 Reunion Edition

This edition of our Shades of Green newsletter features news and lots of pictures from our 30th Reunion in Hanover.  (For many more pictures from Reunion, visit the gallery here
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Reunion Books Mailed To Entire Class

Remember flipping through your Freshman Book your entire freshman year? It was the who’s who of our class! In celebration of 25 years, we have put together another who’s who
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Let Her Spell On Them Remain

Wow, what a good time! If you made it to Reunion I hope you had as good a time as I did. If you didn’t, we’ll see you at our
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Saturday Summary

The reunion is winding down, but not before a blowout Saturday night. Earlier in the day we had a nice time at Storr’s Pond. Lots of kids playing on the
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Reunion Kick Off

Our 25th Reunion has officially begun! Pretty good crowd for a Thursday, but I think a fair number of classmates are planning to arrive tomorrow. It’s possible that Game 7
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See You Soon!

Well, we’re almost there! I hope you’ve all registered for reunion and are packing as you read this. If by some chance you absolutely positively can’t be there, please stop
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Hey, What Are You Waiting For?

Reunion is just weeks away and you have’t registered yet? Visit the 25th Reunion page and just look at all those classmates that are going to Reunion! Are you going
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Discount Deadline Approaches!

Get those Reunion Registrations in fast, folks, the early bird discount runs out at the end of this week!
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Put Your Writing Cap On!

In a couple of weeks we’re going to ask you to start writing your entry for our 25th Reunion Book. So start thinking about Dartmouth and what it has meant
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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
Keep Reading 
Click to download

Shades of Green – Summer 2015 Reunion Edition

This edition of our Shades of Green newsletter features news and lots of pictures from our 30th Reunion in Hanover.  (For many more pictures from Reunion, visit the gallery here
Keep Reading 

Reunion Books Mailed To Entire Class

Remember flipping through your Freshman Book your entire freshman year? It was the who’s who of our class! In celebration of 25 years, we have put together another who’s who
Keep Reading 

Let Her Spell On Them Remain

Wow, what a good time! If you made it to Reunion I hope you had as good a time as I did. If you didn’t, we’ll see you at our
Keep Reading 

Saturday Summary

The reunion is winding down, but not before a blowout Saturday night. Earlier in the day we had a nice time at Storr’s Pond. Lots of kids playing on the
Keep Reading 

Reunion Kick Off

Our 25th Reunion has officially begun! Pretty good crowd for a Thursday, but I think a fair number of classmates are planning to arrive tomorrow. It’s possible that Game 7
Keep Reading 

See You Soon!

Well, we’re almost there! I hope you’ve all registered for reunion and are packing as you read this. If by some chance you absolutely positively can’t be there, please stop
Keep Reading 

Hey, What Are You Waiting For?

Reunion is just weeks away and you have’t registered yet? Visit the 25th Reunion page and just look at all those classmates that are going to Reunion! Are you going
Keep Reading 

Discount Deadline Approaches!

Get those Reunion Registrations in fast, folks, the early bird discount runs out at the end of this week!
Keep Reading 

Put Your Writing Cap On!

In a couple of weeks we’re going to ask you to start writing your entry for our 25th Reunion Book. So start thinking about Dartmouth and what it has meant
Keep Reading