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Class of 10
Hi, ’10s, another quick column from me this issue. Thank you to everyone who submitted; we love to hear from you! Libbey Brown welcomed her second son, Ronan Lane, on February 26.
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Class of 11
No one sent in any updates for this column, so I’ll mention some class news from February: Rosie Brennan competed in cross country skiing at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.
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Class of 12
Hi, class of 2012. Writing from the Class Notes time machine of late February, it’s been a strange time in our world, so I’m sending gratitude for this little community and peace to our classmates around the globe.
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Class of 13
Hello, ’13s, and happy start to summer of 2022! Several great updates this time around—let’s get to them.
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Class of 14
As we’ve mentioned in past columns, our class of 2014 has no shortage of emerging entrepreneurs. Jess Wolf and Jack Foley wrote in recently to provide updates on their respective new business ventures.
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Class of 15
It’s almost time for our seven-year reunion! Save the date! The class of 2015 will meet in Hanover the weekend of July 15 to 17. In lieu of our five-year, the class council is putting on this self-organized event.
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Class of 17
Let’s give it up to Apoorva Dixit, who has been booked and busy this past year, starting and growing a podcast, attending law school, and so much more.
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Class of 18
Hi, ’18s! I hope everyone has been enjoying their summer! It seems everyone has been busy, as we have lots of exciting updates to share!
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Class of 19
Hi, ’19s! I hope that you have had a great summer so far and are enjoying the warm weather. We have lots of exciting updates to get to, so I’ll get right to it!
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Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2022)
Flight Control
Drone proponent Kenji Sugahara ’95 seeks friendlier skies.
The Hop As You’ve Never Seen It Before

A photographic tribute to the cultural center of campus on its golden anniversary.

Allan A. Ryan ’66
A legal expert on war crimes—and worse

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