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Hello, ’14s! I hope you all have rebounded from that mess of 2016. It was a rough year, but here’s to hoping for a prosperous and happy 2017!
I got some lovely news from a number of our classmates at the end of 2016 that I am happy to share with you all here. It’s a bit light as I was collecting these notes after the holidays, but I do what I can. If you’re disappointed by the depth of these notes, then you must just feel morally obligated to send me some news next time.
And now, drum roll, to the notes!
Cheree Mills and Aaron Goone married in November 2016. Cheree reports in, “We had such a great time celebrating with all of our friends from Dartmouth and we are so thankful they traveled from all over to share with us!” Cheers to the happy couple!
We have a few peers who have made major international moves for incredible professional opportunities. Guilherme Ferraz moved to Dublin to work for Google. Another classmate, Amy Li, moved to Sierra Leone to work for the Clinton Health Access Initiative.
Jonele Conceicao and Sam Knowles ’12 worked on an HBO documentary called Marathon: The Patriots Bombing—it’s out now, so go see it! It was produced by Dartmouth alums Ricki Stern ’87 and Annie Sundberg ’90.
Anna Roberts is a budget director for the New York City Council and recently traveled alone through the Balkans because she’s a boss. She acquired six new coats in 2016, proving that 2016 was not actually the worst year on record.
Hope you all have had a nice winter and a beautiful start to spring. Excited to hear from you soon!
—Jessica Womack, 11 West 53 St., New York, NY, 10019; email@example.com