Class of 2014

Sorority, 1988
Class Day, 1990
Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra, 2008
Commencement, 2008
Drawing Studio, 2009
Outdoor Class, 2010
Dartmouth Powwow, 2010
Women's Frisbee Team
Biology Lab, Undated
Christmas, Undated
Classroom, Undated
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 1988
Appalachian Trail, 1989
Class Day, 1994
Football, 1994
Academic Gala, 1997
Bonfire Building, 1999
Duthu, 2009
TableTennis, 2009
Top of the Hop, 2009
Alpha Delta, 1877
Chariot Races, 2010
Baseball on the Green, 1877
Earth Science, 2010
Class Photo, 1898
Football, 2010
Commencement, 1899
Ledyard, 2010
Snow Sculpture, 1925
Pilobolus, 2010
Bonfire Caller, 1947
Salutatorian, 2010
Choates, 1958
Spring, 2010
Cheerleaders, 1970
Tailgate, 2010
Friendly Soccer Game, 1978
Hockey, 2014
Cheerleaders, 1980
Campus Life, Undated
Commencement, 1980
Cyclist, 1987

Hello, ’14s! I hope everyone is well and enjoying the spring. In my last column, I asked you to send in news along with what you hope Dartmouth will look like in another 250 years in honor of 2019, Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary. I got some great responses, so here we go!

Nancy Seem started as an account strategist for Google New York after previously working at a digital marketing agency. In another 250 years at Dartmouth, she hopes that every freshman still learns the “Salty Dog Rag” for freshman trips. “After all, it is a Dartmouth classic.” Nancy and Andrew Shanahan also recently got engaged; we’re sending them best wishes!

Patrick Yukman and Anna Bladey completed their respective master’s degrees in computer science and data analytics from the University of Chicago in December. Earlier in 2018 Anna won a free weekend at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge through the Dartmouth College Fund raffle, so she and Patrick trudged out into the woods with fellow ’14s (and former roommates) Nate Utterback and Jake Nevola for a phenomenal weekend hiking up and down Mount Moosilauke together. What Patrick hopes Dartmouth will look like in another 250 years: “I hope Dartmouth is able to still provide that one-of-a-kind sense of a community in the wilderness—while offering the best interplanetary study-abroad programs available, of course.”

Frank Wang reports, “I spent four years working in N.Y.C., Washington, D.C., and Shanghai after college. Recently I quit my job and am now doing my M.B.A. at London Business School. I am looking to switch into media and entertainment investment later, and I hope to start my own music studio in the next few years. In 250 years I hope Dartmouth still has some of its old buildings because I really loved Baker Library. I also hope it continues to educate all the fun and interesting people and stay the coolest college in the world!”

Ben Morse and Molly (Pugh) Morse made a cross-country move this past summer from Boston to Santa Barbara, California, where Ben is working in marketing for Deckers Outdoor footwear company. After earning her master’s in marine science, Molly is conducting research on bluefin tuna fisheries in the area. They look forward to returning to Hanover for the five-year reunion this coming spring! In another 250 years Ben hopes that Dartmouth can be a world-class academic institution that is still deeply rooted in the outdoors and equips students to face the pressing challenges of the world.

A couple of other notes as well in this column. Shane O’Neal recently moved to Washington, D.C., for a position with the National Park Foundation and is looking forward to exploring the museums and all D.C. has to offer.

Katherine Dwyer writes in, “Sam Winters and I have been living in Seattle for the last couple of years with our dog Juno. Sam works for Facebook on a team that stops ad fraud, and I am earning my clinical doctorate in nursing to become a nurse midwife. I also work as a nurse in a reproductive health clinic. We got engaged last December on a trip to Bend, Oregon, and are getting married this summer in the White Mountains. We met as freshman floormates and can’t wait to celebrate with many of the lifelong friends we made at Dartmouth!”

Next column is the last before we head back to Dartmouth for our fifth reunion, so what about returning to Hanover are you looking forward to the most? I am excited to feature your responses in the next issue of the magazine. Until then!

Jessica Womack, 223 Madison Ave., Box E, Fort Washington, PA 19034; classnotes2014dartmouth@gmail.com

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