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Making a Difference - Continued from page 11

Emily E. Ross Heather Anne Ross Dustin R. Rubenstein Farrah K. Russell Kate C. Russell Brian Orlando Salazar Emily Loudon Sands Nicole D. Sanger Alyson E. Santoro Erik S. Saunders Emily L. Schopick Manisha S. Shah-Bugaj Helena T. Shanahan Ann M. Sharfstein Julia E. Sharma Ted Shen Matthew D. Shevlin Michael Y. Shin Adam D. Silberfein Duncan W. Simmons Zachary Adam Smith Arnold J. Song Jonah A. Sonnenborn Casey L. Sovo Audra J. Spanish Todd D. Spanish Hilary A. Stanton Joel R. Stanton Alexis L. Starke Jeffrey R. Steeves Andrea H. Stenger

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Nathan H. White Austin F. Whitman Ian P. Wijaya David R. Wilansky Pamela S. Wildeman Roy C. Wildeman, Jr. Curtis R. Wilgosh Katherine A. Willets Lara X. Williams George S. Wisecarver Steven R. Wright Matthew J. Wrobel Meggan E. Young Victoria M. Zak Josh Zemel Sara M. Zrike Anonymous (13)

Fall Events in Hanover

Chalk Talk - Fascinating one-hour faculty lectures before each home football game, Saturdays at 10 am at the Hanover Inn. Topics include Reforming Social Security and Medicare, Survival of the Unexpected: Darwin Revisited, What’s Right and Wrong with The Da Vinci Code, 21st-Cen- tury Latin America: The Impact of a Leftward Swing, and Run- ning Red Lights and Ruling the World.

Hanover Huddle with Coach Buddy eevens - Join Coach Eugene “Buddy” Teevens ‘79 at the Top of the Hop for refreshments and an update on Dartmouth football before the Yale (October 7), Holy Cross (October 14), and Harvard (Oc- tober 28) games.

Homecoming 2006 - Green madness on parade! Join hundreds of other alumni and students October 13-15 for the Dartmouth Night parade and bonfire, and enjoy student re- search poster sessions, young alumni tailgating, the hospitality tents at Blunt Alumni Center, and more.

Coaches’ Corner - Stop by the Leverone Field House on October 27 for a reception before the Dartmouth-Harvard men’s hockey game with men’s hockey coach Bob Gaudet ‘81 and women’s hockey coach Mark Hudak A’05 and learn more about the opening weekend games, upcoming season, and players.

Hood Museum of Art - Exhibits include Paris 1968: Photographs by Serge Hambourg (September 9 to November 18) and Dreaming Their Way: Aboriginal Australian Women Painters (October 7 to December 10).

For a complete schedule visit http://alumni.dartmouth.edu/. For more information email dartmouth.alumni. relations@dartmouth.edu.

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