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 Ann Jackman.
Our latest class newsletter is chock full of profiles of classmates who have performed the magic of creating something out of nothing Here’s to our fellow entrepreneurs who have started a company (or companies), non-profit, or other organization. Read about some of their accomplishments by downloading the newsletter.
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 a link to the electronic version. Feel free to drop Ann Jackman an email or a post card with your latest exciting news.
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 the goal. The June newsletter highlights the work of some of our classmates’ volunteer efforts. You’ll also read about some of our classmates who are
Who says Dartmouth can’t teach you anything after you’ve graduated? I picked up this nifty word that I’m sure I’ll be able to drop in to my conversation 2 or 3 times a week. While Dartmouth still fosters some learning in us all, our fearless newsletter editor, Ann Jackman, is here to tell us all sorts of things. She’s here with the latest edition of the newsletter and it is chock full of information that you’ll be
If you made it to Hanover this past June, I hope you’ve been able to use some of your swag over the summer and that you’ve incorporated a little bit of Hanover into your daily life. For those of you who could not make it back for our reunion, Ann Jackman has put a capsule summary together along with memories of the weekend from our classmates. Download your copy here. [Links to other Reunion media will be added shortly.]
We are sorry to have to announce the death of our classmate, Aileen Donoghue Rigas, April 4, 2018. We have established a page to memorialize Aileen and hope to gather photos and remembrances of her in the coming months. If you have anything that you would like to contribute, please contact our Class Steward, our Class Correspondent, or our Class Webmaster.
I hope that it’s on your calendar – our 30th Reunion is less than a month away. Come join us in Hanover from June 14 to June 17. Ann Jackman has outdone herself and put together a blockbuster edition of our class newsletter to get you prepped (and psyched) for the weekend. See her masterwork here. Continued thanks to Ann for all of her hard work over the past 5 years for fun and timely news of our
One of the best parts of being the class webmaster is coming up with something to say about our class newsletter that isn’t actually news from the newsletter itself. I’ll come up with an idea and find a photo, or I’ll find a photo and latch on to a theme. This evening I was thinking about the passage of time as I read the February newsletter. Immediately, songs related to time popped into my head. (I’ll spare you the
Hopefully you’ve received the hard copy of our Class’s newsletter put together by our fearless editor, Ann Jackman. Inside, you’ll be able t0 read about a few of the many friendship groups that were forged during our years on and off the Hanover Plain. If you didn’t receive your copy (and even if you did) here’s an electronic copy of the newsletter for you to download. You can catch up on news of our classmates, and get the latest info