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  • Daniel Jantos – Woodstock, Vermont

    May 12, 2014

    “I’m currently the minister at the Unitarian Church in Woodstock. I came to Dartmouth feeling compelled to refresh my thinking and get back into study and expand my awareness. Coming to MALS was synaptic; it brought about a myriad of connections and opportunities together for me both personally and professionally.

  • Winston Bodrick – Atlanta, Georgia

    May 11, 2014

    “I’ve been mentoring inner city youth in Atlanta since graduating from college; this work made me realize that my passion is being able to identify and structure new ways to help educate kids and to do this on a significant scale. What I also realized was that I didn’t have the background and credentials just yet to pursue this at the level I desire – specifically I would like to, someday, be the president of a college or university. A lofty goal, I know, but this is what led me to enter the MALS program here at Dartmouth and with a concentration in Cultural Studies.

  • Wren: Patriotic Bling (VPR)

    November 13, 2013
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    In a Veteran’s Day commentary piece on VPR, Christopher Wren ’57, says that “patriotic bling,” such as American flag lapel pins worn by politicians, “has borrowed, or stolen, the valor of those who most deserve to wear it.”