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Hi, ’16s! We have only a few quick updates for this issue, so I’ll get right to them!
After graduating from Dartmouth in 2016 and from the Thayer School of Engineering in 2017, Matt Wheeler accepted a year-long fellowship with Grid Alternatives. Grid Alternatives is a non-profit solar installer that provides access to solar power and job training to underserved communities. Since beginning the fellowship, he has had the privilege of working all over California installing solar panels in low-income communities. Matt wrote in to say that he’s in the process of making a video with a fellow Dartmouth alum about his work with Grid Alternatives; it’s still in the process of editing, but he encourages you all to check it out here: https://youtu.be/pjqW0fH3AgM.
As I’m writing this in December, Laura Stacey will be playing for Canada’s women’s hockey team in the Winter Olympics in February! I hope that we are all able to tune in to cheer her on!
Thanks for reading, as always! And please feel free to send any news and updates my way. I love hearing about the exciting things you all are up to!
—Feyaad Allie, 202 Running Farm Lane, Apt. 201, Stanford, CA 94305; firstname.lastname@example.org