Issue: 20020101

Tuesday, January 1, 2002
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Articles
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The New Normal: Four Alumni Examine Life in a Time of Terror Athletes in Agony: Their Toughest Drills
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MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
MARTHA E. DIEBOLD
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FUND
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE FUND
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Photography
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Big Picture: Carnival Kings
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Fred Harris '11 founded both Winter Carnival and the Dartmouth Outing Club, two institutions that have lasted more than 90 years, After the inaugural Carnival in 1911, Harris (front row, in "D" sweater).posed with competition
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Dartmouth
Dartmouth
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Masthead
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Dartmouth
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Table of Contents
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FEATURES
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Letters to the Editor
Letters
Letters
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QUOTE/UNQUOTE "I have never been as nostalgic as when I read the four-year collection of weekly letters mailed home by Larry Leavitt '25." DAN ANZEL '55 Caroline M. Pott '02
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STRATTON COUNTRY PROPERTIES
STRATTON COUNTRY PROPERTIES
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THE RIGHT STUFF
THE RIGHT STUFF
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"A is for Admission"
"A is for Admission"
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Ann Wood
Ann Wood
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DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
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Pompanoosuc Mills
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Alumnilae Career Services
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COLDWELL BANKER
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ANICHINI COMPANY STORE
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Dartmouth Green Blazers
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Dartmouth Coop
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Notebook
Notebook
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JOE MEHLING '69
Cybersleuth An interview with Dartmouthcyberterrorism expertMichael Vatis
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Thinking About 9/11
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Karen Endicott
A sampling of opinions and comments gathered from Dartmouth faculty in the weeks following the attacks on Washington, D.C., and New York City.
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Shock Waves
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President James Wright
September 11 reverberates throughout the campus.
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Interview
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“Vulnerabilities Exist”
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KEITH HAMMONDS ’81
<p>Cyberterrorism expert Michael Vatis on a new Manhattan Project and the wonders of the Honey Net.</p>
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Perspective
Notebook
War and Remembrance
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CHARLES T. WOOD
<p>Nearly three decades after the Vietnam War, Dartmouth's memorial finally finds a proper home on campus.</p>
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Sports
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The Legend of the Clinging Vine
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Mark F. Bernstein
<p>Forget what you’ve heard. Here’s the real story behind the origins of the term “Ivy League.”</p>
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RUSSIAN WATERWAYS
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Danarobes
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Abaris Financial, Comprehensive Financial Planning
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CROWNPOINT CABINETRY
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Bright & Funny
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Shackleton Thomas
Shackleton Thomas
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Hopkins Winter & Spring Center
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DARTMOUTH-HITCHCOCK
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Cover Story
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Chasing Pictures
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PETER McBRIDE ’93
<p>AM ADVENTUROUS PHOTOJOURNALIST EXPLAINS WHY HE GOES TO EXTRAORDINARY HEIGHTS TO SHOOT EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOGRAPHS,</p>
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COLDWELL BANKER
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The New Normal
The New Normal
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<p>Robert Sullivan ’75 reflects on the altered state of Manhattan.</p>
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The New Normal
The New New York
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ROBERT SULLIVAN '75
"DID YOU HEAR WHAT HAPPENED!?" HIS TONE WAS WAY beyond urgent, and it stunned me violently awake as I, yet to be caffeinated, stepped off the stair and onto the train platform, ending phase one of my daily commute to the city on this
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The New Normal
Innocence Lost
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DOUGLAS RAYBECK '64
SINCE SEPTEMBER 11, AMERICANS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR the return of lost innocence and the security that was associated with it. This will not happen.
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The New Normal
A Mother's Dilemma
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JAMIE HELLER '89
When I was pregnant and seeking advice from those who labored before me, I was cautioned not to get too worked up over any one decision. Moms face all sorts of decisions that present no right answer, the veterans said. Ultimately
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The New Normal
A Murmur of Normalcy
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NELSON BRYANT '46
IN EARLY FALL I AM ALWAYS MOVED TO LEAVE MY HOME ON tourist-glutted Martha's Vineyard and visit the Second College Grant in northeastern New Hampshire. For a few days I can revel in the sweet silence of the North Country and see no
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Workouts From Hell
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BRAD PARKS ’96
<p>They conveniently forgot to mention these in the recruiting brochures.</p>
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Vermont Academy
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The White Mountain Scool
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Hillside School
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Northfield Mounth Hermon School
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Asheville School
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LODGING GUIDE
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Breakfast on the Connecticut
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The Trumbull House
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The Hanover Inn
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Kendal at Hanover
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Marrin Robinson '82
Derail from Encounter Over Desert lOil Painting
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Seen & Heard
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Jennifer Kay '01
QUOTE/UNQUOTE "integrity is very important to me. It's not if you win or lose, it's how you play the game," —SURVIVOR CONTESTANT LINDA SPENCER 78, QUOTED ON CBS.COM
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About the Artist
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The vibrant colors Marrin Robinson '80 uses in her painlings reflect the strong hues and light of Egypt, Where she teaches art at the American University in Cairo. Her extensive travels through the Middle East (where
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Face to Watch
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During the summer, Marc Bruni '99 headed Into theWoods. The assistant to Tony Award-winning film and theater director Jerry Zaks '67' directed a Dartmouth drama department production of the Stephen Sondheim musical in
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Give a Rouse
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Stewart Wallace '41 was inducted into the National Mining Hall of Fame in Leadville, Colorado, in September. An exploration geologist, Wallace discovered the ore of the Henderson Mine in Colorado, one of the worlds most
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1923
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We hear from Bob Malin '53: Charles "Cap" Palmer, Tu'24, celebrated his 100 th birthday amidst over 60 family members, relatives and friends on August 29 in a beautiful park overlooking San Francisco Bay, near the Belvedere home
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1924
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Robin Robinson
William E. Jones and Virginia, his wife of 75 years, celebrated their wedding anniversary on September 18 with a host of family and friends. Most of their years were spent in their home in Wakefield, Massachusetts, but they now
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1925
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Caroline McDonough
September 11,2001, will stay in our memories as does December 7,1941. With so many of us, our world was reduced to "two degrees of separation" that day. Few in the Northeast were not in some way personally affected.
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1927
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Allice Renard Wormser
I attended the memorial service for our class president Roger Bury on Thursday, August 23,2001, at his home in Rockingham, Vermont.
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1929
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Mary Lougee Ripley
We attended a beautiful memorial service for Charlie Dudley at Kendal October 6. Though having no children, he and Frances have an extended family of nieces and nephews, many of whom attended from all parts of the country. Dr.
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1932
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Marvin Chandler
Our congratulations to Mrs. John (Rhoda) Clark, who was honored on her 90th birthday by relatives and friends at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Ed Marks says undoubtedly the most auspicious event there since the World Bank was
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1933
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John Monagan
Under the devoted stewardship of Bob McDonald and Mary Jo, a small, but doughty group of '33ers gathered on the weekend of October 5 and raised the roof at the Norwich Inn on the Saturday. The celebrants included: "Rip" Ripley
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1934
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Gene Orsenigo
This is a condensed version of our 67th mini-reunion meeting held in the Smoyer Lounge on September 22. There were 25 present, including classmates, widows and friends. Dr. Jack Tobin, president, called the meeting to order and
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1935
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Ed Gerson
Thanks for the Green Cards. The great class of '35 is really cooking now and with your input will continue to march forward.
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1936
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Edwin Drechsel
Louis Benezet called. He's fighting cancer and diabetes. But so far "it's seemingly stable and I can do pretty well. I became quite homesick reading the reunion report in Tithe. Courtney Catron called, wanted advice on diversifying
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1937
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Harold Putnam
Plans are progressing for our 65 th reunion June 7 to 9. I had expected that we old codgers would head the academic parade, but I am told there will be a few 70th reunion grads ahead of us.
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1938
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Richard M. Francis
Class Officers Weekend was cancelled due to the unfortunate happening at the World Trade Center. It was to be held on September 14-15 and we were to meet in our individual disciplines and discuss past, present and future
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1939
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Dick Jackson
We're playing this column with an empty deck other than to pass on the sad word of the loss of two 39ers. Dr. Harland Deos died on September 17 in Sacramento, California, and Robb DeGraff on September 30 in Florida. Robb had
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1940
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Jack Faunce
The fall mini-reunion was attended by John Moore (Tina was in hospital), Peg and Lloyd Blanchard, Bertie and Joe Bird, Marian and Jay Weinberg, Lorraine Williams, Crosbie McMillen, Ann Berger, Joe Burnett, Bill Halsey, Donna
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1941
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Dick Jachens
In the 60 years since our graduation we have lived through a number of shocking singular events, Pearl Harbor, the Cuban missile crisis, assassination of President Kennedy and his brother Bobby to name a few.
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1942
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Milton L. Williams
It was a noble experimentand it worked. I refer to our mini-reunion in October. Chairman Hunt Allison planned a leaf-peepers outing, in place of the usual football weekend. All had a great time. The weather was non-cooperative
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1943
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Pres Brooks
The fall mini was attended by 29 class members plus 25 partners and guests. On scene were Marj Boley, Andy Caffrey, Forbes and Mary Delany, Bing and Ann Donaldson, Charlie and Ruth Donovan, Bob and Joan Ehinger, Bob Field, Fritz
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1944
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Dave Nutt
More than 50 445, wives and widows made the class meeting in the Fritz Hier alcove of the Berry Library September 28. By now, all you guys have heard or read about the spellbinding account Ben Jones gave at the meeting. As a
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1945
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Craig J. Cain
Did you see Bob Tirrel and his wife, Peg, cited as one of the "alumni experts" on page 37 in the Sept/Oct 2001 issue of Dartmouth Alumni Magazine! Both Peg and Bob have spent many enjoyable hours working as founders and contributors
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1946
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James M. Coleman Jr.
Our mini-reunion was great. More attended than I expected, it being our 55 th reunion year. Except for a few showers, weather was super and the fall foliage was still in place. Only sad note was our loss to Columbia on the
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1947
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Donald Page
Ham Chase is the center of news in this item. In August he underwent successful bypass surgery, leaving the hospital after only three days. He mentioned resting up to recover in time for our fall mini-reunion. While he was
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1948
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Moose Concannon
Class of 1948 s "New Millennium Reunion"—with the change to a Thursday through Saturday schedule—is a successful modification in all regards (except for the outcome of the football game versus Penn). Cogratulations to the
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1949
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Doug Thomson
Webmaster "Bull Moose" Stearns is encouraging every classmate with a computer to sign up on the Vox Alumni Network (VAN). Easy to do, will improve communications and not interfere with your already established addresses. If you
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1950
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Jack Kent,
I am writing this in mid-October, two months before this issue is mailed to you. Just after September 11, my editor wrote to all us class secretaries saying that the Alumni Magazine staff was having a difficult time planning for
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1951
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Peirce McKee,.
Blessed with sunshine and warm temperatures, 62 classmates and guests came back to Hanover just three months after the 50th reunion for the mini on September 2 8-30. Cheering on a football team that nearly upset Penn, the
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1952
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Henry W. Williams Jr.
Our 50th reunion starts on Friday June 7, and ends on Sunday, June 9. One Hundred-thirty classmates are definitely coming, 35 classmates are "maybes" and 20 have said no. It seems certain that we will have more than 200
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1953
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Mark H. Smoller
Much has occurred since I last wrote my Notes. I hope you won't mind if I write now of my personal feelings. My world has been altered by the events of September 11. An immediate sense of unreality has started to focus and
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1954
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Don Berlin
January-February 1958: Charlie Zepp a fourth-year med student in Columbus, Ohio; Frank Van Aalst at Banaras Hindu University, India; Jim Conrad assistant to the dean at Nichols Junior College; Lon Chaikin a production engineer
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1955
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Dick Hastings,
It is with sadness and some confusion that I write this column following the callous act of September 11, and the subsequent dissemination of anthrax. However, no feeling of paranoia or change in my outlook, has entered into my
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Class Notes
1956
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R. Stewart Wood
Larry Morse discovered life where he didn't expect it. "It is permitted, I think, to become sentimental over the last reunion and to become sad over the dwindling legacies of the real Dartmouth. I had not expected much from my
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Class Notes
1957
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Ted Jennings
Gene Stichman led the 1957 parade at his first Homecoming in 45 years. Counting all affiliates spotted by Howie Howland, there were 57 '57s in attendance during the warm weekend.
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Class Notes
1958
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Ralph N. Manuel
The mini-reunion reflected the state of the nation in the aftermath of the tragic events in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. Attendance was down at all the activities scheduled for the weekend. Several classmates from the
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Class Notes
1959
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Goody Gilman
Last word I had on Bill Gumble was that he had retired and was playing golf every day in the Poconos. Wrong. News flash: "Bill Gumble has proven to be a valuable member of our board of directors and we look forward to the
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Class Notes
1960
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Ken Reich
Echos of the terrorist attacks of Sepember 11 were heard, not surprisingly, as our class participated in the mid-October Homecoming.
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Class Notes
1962
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Richard Hannah
The Upper Valley was at its best as we gathered at the Shaker Inn in Enfield, New Hampshire, the Hanover Plain and Norwich, Vermont, for Homecoming this October. The foliage and hills of New Hampshire were spectacular. The old
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Class Notes
1963
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Harry Zlokower
These are trying times. In this column, we try to express small and large triumphs of individuals, through professional achievements, interests, family life, friendships and what my aunt called "precious memories." But in the
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Class Notes
1964
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Gus Buchtel
The issue featuring "special places" on campus has been postponed until the March/April issue. Send me your reminiscences; deadline for the column is mid-December. Remember too the bulletin board for class discussions; there's
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Class Notes
1965
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Ken McGruther
Despite the uncertainties of traveling, many classmates and family members made it back to the reunion in Hanover in October. Hank Amon counted a total of 25 a smaller group than normal, but given the circumstances nationwide,
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Class Notes
1966
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Larry Geiger
Generosity—giving or sacrificing something of your own to help others. It's a quality that all of us New Yorkers, and people throughout the country, have marveled at since September li. Generosity of spirit, of time, of talent,
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Class Notes
1967
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Dave Mangelsdorff
The countdown is starting; the 35 th Reunion will be October 17-20. Bruce Pacht is the reunion chairman. Make your reservations to join us.
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Class Notes
1968
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David Peck
As you all know by know, September 11 personally touched our class as well as so much more of our country. Jeff LeVeen was in the World Trade Center that morning. Pete Fahey and Mark Waterhouse were among 1,500 friends at Jeffs
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Class Notes
1969
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Rick Willets
Once in awhile (a long while), I make a mistake in reporting on classmates. One such error occurred when I referred to "Hampton Rich and his lovely wife" being at an event. I confused Hamp with someone else. Normally, that
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Class Notes
1970
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Jon Oplinger
Scott Holland
Some solace: As of this writing it appears our class lost no members on September 11. Beyond that, our shared loss varies only by degree. With supplications for peace, health and happiness in the New Year, the news:
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Class Notes
1972
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Bill Price
Happy New Year, fellow '72s! Well, it's the home stretch to our 30th so better get out your checkbooks and set your itineraries to meet again in Hanover in June, six (or fewer!) months off from now. Other than wincing as the
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Class Notes
1973
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Bob Conway
Barry Brensingers Manchester, New Hampshire, architectural firm Lavallee Brensinger celebrated its 25th anniversary earlier this year. He graduated from the Harvard School of Design in 1976 and spent a few years in San Antonio
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Class Notes
1974
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Norman Brown
My prayers go out not just to the victims of September 11, but to their loved ones, and Americans at large. From Catherine Ranger (cranger@gci.net): "Erica McDonnell and her husband, Kevin, shared freshman Parents Weekend with
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Class Notes
1975
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Jim Bildner
This maybe the hardest column I ever write. I write from my office in Boston overlooking the harbor as I watch the Massachusetts National Guard, Coast Guard and State Police guard the things we took for granted prior to
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Class Notes
1976
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Jay Josselyn
Greetings: I believe everything we have experienced since the tragic events of September 11 has put a lot of our own personal experiences in perspective. Circumstances and situations that we had previously viewed as critical or
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Class Notes
1977
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Alan K. Mac Donald
This month's Class Notes column will be brief. Since September 11 many of us have braced ourselves for the expected news that a classmate, friend or business associate had been lost in that tragedy. The College learned in late
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Class Notes
1978
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Maggie Fellner Hunt
Hans Sheline may get the prize for most interesting/challenging/fill in the blank job and residence. In his words: "Since October 2000, I've been the president of Arabian Chevron, and the country manager for the Kingdom of Saudi
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Class Notes
1979
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Tim Ehrsam
A diverse bit of news came into this office since the last issue. This was not the result of any special targeted admissions process. Just the way it happened this time. But don't expect others to carry the load next issue. I'll
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Class Notes
1980
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Wade Herring
Carol Willard
Dartmouth College lost nine of her sons in the attack on America on September 11; two were our brothers.
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Class Notes
1981
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Richard Silverman
Lynne Hamel Gaudet
Since the events of September 11, teamwork has been a major force across the United States, and so too in this column this month. A few 'Bis who were close to the attack sites have shared some observations. Starting with Jake
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Class Notes
1982
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Mark Soane
Rick Bercuvitz
In light of September 11, it didn't seem quite appropriate to present the normal litany of kids, jobs and classmate sightings in this column, the first I've submitted since that awful day. Although we were spared the loss of any
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Class Notes
1983
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Lynn Hollenbeck
Kenneth M. Johnson
Jennifer Hanley Ross
Who can name the only female '83 member of the Dartmouth water polo team, and the goalie to boot? Karen Crow lives within walking distance of my apartment in
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Class Notes
1984
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Kathy Krause
Molly Wender
Our last Class Notes column came back to me for proof-reading on September 12. It seemed inconsequential, even silly, in light of the previous day's events. But I dutifully checked for typos and emailed it back to the DAM
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Class Notes
1985
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Leslie A. Davis Dahl
Shelley Leavitt Nadel
John T. MacManus
At a time in which many of us may feel engrossed and saturated with news coverage of world events, I hope this column offers something of a reprieve. With little correspondence, I must resort to relaying news of a recent
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Class Notes
1986
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Davida (Sherman) Dinerman
I am writing this article a month after the September 11 tragedies and wanted to share some stories from classmates. April Stempien-Otero was in D.C. and saw the smoke from the Pentagon from her hotel window. She then proceeded
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Class Notes
1987
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Jonathan Silverman
Helping students write reflective essays about an event that changed them, I happened to stumble onto a realization. When writing to a friend in New York, I realized that I had little to say about what she was going through—l
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Class Notes
1988
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Michael Freidberg
Mark Retik and his family were deeply affected by the events of September 11. Mark has written the column below to share his reflections on the events of that day. "My younger brother, David Retik, was seated in the first row of
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Class Notes
1989
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Jennifer Avellino
This is our first column since the events of September 11. Many of us have had our lives altered in large and small ways. Dartmouth has lost at least 10 people in the attacks, although our class seems to have been spared. All I
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Class Notes
1990
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Ramzi Nemo
In this first '90 Notes column filed since September 11, all of our thoughts go to Christopher Colasanti, his wife, Kelly, and daughters Cara, 4, and Lauren, 2. In the profile of Chris that appeared in The NewYork Times, Kelly
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Class Notes
1991
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Kara Williams
Got the scoop from Michelle Greene on her summer wedding. She married Jason Bord off August 11 at Rollins Chapel. Joan Winchester Sachs and Dave Engstrom '93 were in the wedding party. Until last January the pair worked for the
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Class Notes
1992
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Mike Mahoney
Sadly, there is not much news to report this month. So I guess it's time for me to start solicitation, prostitution, or other devious measures to get people to send me news. However, I hope that simple begging will be enough.
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Class Notes
1993
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Bridget Eng Calhoun
I would like to start out this column with words of gratitude to Patrick Hines, who is a firefighter/paramedic for the City of Albany, New York, Fire Department and a rescue specialist for NYRRT-1, the New York State Urban
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Class Notes
1994
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Nihad M. Farooq
I hope everyone is doing alright in the wake of the recent attacks. It was inspiring to look on the "classtalk" bulletin board to see how many of us were reaching out to long-lost friends in the weeks following September 11.
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Class Notes
1995
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Sarah Kim
Greetings! This column is not so much the work of Debbie Rosenberg as the previous one. This time, I do have some news from other sources. Phyllis (Steinberg) Fagell wrote to tell me that she and her husband, Steve Fagell, are
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Class Notes
1996
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Pei Lynn Yee
On behalf of all '96s, I would like to extend my condolences to all those who lost loved ones in the September 11 tragedy. As we read in President Wrights letter, nine members of the Dartmouth community were victims of the
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Class Notes
1997
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Abby Klingbeil
The last time I wrote this column the world was a very different place. The events of September 11 have changed a lot of things. Thankfully, as far as I know, all Dartmouth '97s are safe. I wish all of you peace and happiness.
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Class Notes
1998
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Simone Swink
Wedding news abounds: Rachel Bogardus and Jon Drew quit their jobs in San Fran after two years and moved back to Boston, where they both grew up. And they were married September i in Hanover at the White Chorch with a reception
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Class Notes
1999
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Seth Kelly
As many of you know by now, one of our classmates, Juan Cisneros, was lost in the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. This news was especially difficult for those who knew Juan, but it affected all of us in
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Class Notes
2000
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Kelly Heaps
The events of September 11 will always remain a searing memory in our minds. No matter where we were scatted around the world, the news had the same impact—utter disbelief and shock. For many of us, the first thing we thought
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Class Notes
2001
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Amy Salomon
The sky is starting to brighten over the tops of the buildings that I can see from my bedroom window in Brighton, Massachusetts. What a perfect time to get a start on our Class Notes—the time of day that most of us are
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Class Notes
Grads
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Jane Welsh
The Arts and Sciences Graduate Alumni Association at Dartmouth (ASGAAD) held its second annual conference and reunion during Homecoming Weekend, October 19-20.1 join the other ASGAAD board members in sighing in relief that it
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Class Notes
Clubs
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Dennis Ryan '81
In this holiday season none of us can help but reflect on the events of September 11, which have changed this country and each of us in ways we are still trying to understand. This is a good time to focus on the importance of
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Deaths
Deaths
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This is a list of deaths reported to us since the previous issue. Full obituaries, usually written by the class secretaries, may appear in this or a later issue.
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Lisa Furlong
Microsoft's legal eagle on what he's learned since graduation
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