Class of 2018

Football, 1994
Academic Gala, 1997
Bonfire Building, 1999
Duthu, 2009
TableTennis, 2009
Top of the Hop, 2009
Chariot Races, 2010
Alpha Delta, 1877
Earth Science, 2010
Baseball on the Green, 1877
Football, 2010
Class Photo, 1898
Ledyard, 2010
Commencement, 1899
Pilobolus, 2010
Snow Sculpture, 1925
Salutatorian, 2010
Bonfire Caller, 1947
Spring, 2010
Choates, 1958
Tailgate, 2010
Cheerleaders, 1970
Hockey, 2014
Friendly Soccer Game, 1978
Campus Life, Undated
Cheerleaders, 1980
Commencement, 1980
Cyclist, 1987
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

Hi, ’18s! As we approach sun and warmer weather, I hope you are all well!

Jerrel Catlett was accepted into the M.D./Ph.D. program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in January. He will be officially matriculating into the class of 2028 this June. Congratulations, Jerrel!

Tragically, Sheria Musyoka died when he was struck by a drunk driver while jogging near Lake Merced, California, on February 4. Sheria was born in Kenya. At Dartmouth he studied government and was a participant in the Rockefeller Center’s management and leadership development program. He traveled to Berlin on the German studies language study abroad program. He was involved in the first-year student enrichment program and worked as a recruiting coordinator for the College. He graduated in the top 3 percent of the class of 2018. After graduating he became a valued member of the talent acquisition team at Akili Interactive & Verana Health. Weeks before his death Sheria proudly became a U.S. citizen. In January he moved from Connecticut to California with his wife, Hannah, and son, Theo. The young family was excited for their new adventure. Sheria was eager to give back to his community and planned to get involved in politics, diversity programs, and his city’s charter schools. Sheria was looking forward to teaching his son to play soccer and speak Swahili. His friends and family spoke of his kindness, intelligence, and friendliness. He had a charming personality and always had a warm smile to share. He is survived by his wife, Hannah Ege, and son Theo Musyoka, as well as his parents, Tabitha Musyoka and Morris J. Wanzili. His warmth and compassion will be deeply missed by his class, his community, and all those who knew him.

A GoFundMe has been established to support Sheria’s wife and his son in this difficult time. You can help at www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-sheria-musyokas-wife-child. Thank you for your support and your condolences.

Be well, ’18s!

Emily Choate, 172 Commonwealth Ave., Apt. 3, Boston, MA 02116; (603) 305-5346; eschoate@gmail.com

Sheria Musyoka ’18

Sheria Musyoka ’18 died when he was struck by a drunk driver while jogging near Lake Merced, California, on February 4. Sheria was born in Kenya.

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