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Exploring Cultural Heritage through Cuisine

Selassie Atadika, D’98, shares her story in the 50 for 50 Podcast Selassie Atadika ’98 has two lifelong passions: world travel and food.   She honed in on those passions at Dartmouth, majoring in geography modified with environmental studies—while always maintaining her lifelong love of food. After graduation, she became a globe-trotting, internationally acclaimed chef …

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From Dartmouth to Tribal Council President

AlexAnna Salmon, D’08, shares her story in the 50 for 50 Podcast. Growing up in the village of Igiugig in the Bristol Bay region of southwestern Alaska, home to about 70 tribal members, Salmon was always the only student in her grade. She spent happy days at the feet of elders, soaking up language and …

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Making History in Major League Baseball

Bianca Smith, D’12, shares her story in the 50 for 50 Podcast. Less than a decade after graduating from Dartmouth, where she majored in sociology and played on the varsity softball and baseball club teams, Bianca Smith joined the Red Sox as a minor league coach—the first Black woman in history to reach that goal. …

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Real Talk about Gender and Sexuality

Olivia Goodwin, D’21, shares their story in the 50 for 50 Podcast. The most recent graduate in the series, Olivia Goodwin came to Dartmouth as a pole vaulter, joined the women’s track and field team, and majored in sociology. Goodwin, who uses they-them pronouns, found many ways to help other students feel affirmed and accepted …

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