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Since we’ve been gone Domino’s has become legitimate competition to EBA’s and students in Morton Hall left a charcoal grill unattended, causing a four-alarm fire and $4.2 million worth of damage, according to the Valley News. On the bright side, ’15s seem to be doing just fine.
Valerie Zhao reports that Tobin Paxton recently joined Catalant, the startup where she works. Catalant is a tech startup in the Seaport area of Boston that matches Fortune 1000 companies with elite independent consulting talent. This addition brings the total count of Dartmouth ’15s up to three at an organization of approximately 110 employees. Dartmouth alumni account for more than 10 percent of the company!
Deby Buchness just got back from Mexico City, where she was working on the first Spanish production of Billy Elliot: The Musical. She was assisting the director and helping with both acting and translation.
Health Advocacy Innovations, founded by Marina Plesons and Amanda Zieselman, was recently featured in Forbes for its work building a low-tech tool that aims to elevate human rights.
Jack Brown recently decided to move to San Francisco to take a role as an engineer at a biomedical firm!
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