In this issue – ’88s in Public Service, Omondi Obura Peak Bag, Alumni Council Elections
In this issue – ’88s in Public Service, Educators in the time of Covid-19, ’88 Scholarship Funds
We’ve all been touched by COVID-19. Our June Newsletter shares experiences of classmates on the front lines, how others of us have coped with quarantine and lock-down, and celebrates graduates who’ve had a unique end to their educational careers. If you’ve got news that you’d like to share with our class, be sure to contact […]
Hopefully you’ve received your dead-tree edition of the latest class newsletter. As you’ve probably seen, it’s full of the goings-on of our classmates as well as events for us throughout the fall. If, for some reason, you haven’t received it (or if you can’t bear to not have it on your device of choice), here’s […]
If you ask me, one of the best things to come out of Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary celebration is the Call to Serve. This initiative has a goal of achieving 250,000 hours of volunteer work in our neighborhoods, cities, and countries by the Dartmouth community. Many ’88s have put in their own hard work to help achieve […]
Give us 88 seconds – that’s all we ask – to read the latest eNewsletter. You’ll be rewarded with the latest info on class activities, get-togethers (real and virtual) and other going’s on. Photo credit: julianlimjl via Remodel / CC BY
The latest edition of your class newsletter is making its way to your mailbox. If you’ve got any news for the next edition (whether it’s off-color or not), send it along to our newsletter editor, Ann Jackman.
No, your class webmaster isn’t above using a gratuitous picture of a cute dog to get your attention. But if you download download the attached newsletter, you’ll be able to admire some of your classmates’ animal companions. In addition, you’ll see some of the latest news about friends, acquaintances, and perhaps even that mysterious person […]
Check out the latest news on your classmates from round the world. Email Julie Glusker so she has the latest info to pass on.
Hot off the presses, a copy of the latest ’88 newsletter is heading your way – whether by kayak, Pony Express, or drone – and will be hitting your mailbox this week. If you’d like, you can download a full-color version of the newsletter to your device of choice by clicking here. Among other things, […]