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Ed Winchester remembered for leadership and warmth

A gifted storyteller, Olympic rower and leader, Ed Winchester was known for his endless optimism and good humor. Winchester, who served as executive director of marketing and communications at the Tuck School of Business, died from natural causes on April 22. He was 49.



Two students told The Dartmouth they have had to leave the College after seeing changes in financial aid.

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Changes in financial aid awards force some students to leave Dartmouth

Kylie Palacios was finishing her second year at Dartmouth when she received her financial aid award letter in May 2019 for the upcoming sophomore summer term. “I remember seeing it and immediately being like, ‘I don’t think I pay this much,’ and being really confused,” Palacios said. 



The Dartmouth sat down with Hanlon to discuss a variety of campus topics.

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Q&A with College President Phil Hanlon

The editors of The Dartmouth Homecoming Special Issue, Maggie Doyle ’22 and Arielle Beak ’22, sat down with President Hanlon to discuss his personal journey at Dartmouth, mental health on campus, the new residential access policy, and his vision for the College as a global research institution.


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Editors' Note: Homecoming Issue 2019

Metamorphosis and migration are essential biological processes for many animals. For butterflies, metamorphosis is divided into distinct life cycle stages — egg, larva, pupa and adult. For humans, the process of maturation is messy, blurred and possibly indefinite. However, Dartmouth serves as a rare exception that allows us to point to a finite period of transformation. Migration, the seasonal movement of animals from one region to another, parallels the Homecoming experience.