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"My Dartmouth" Mascot Special Thanks

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Dartmouth Since The Indian
Reindeer and Caribou ---> Only Decision
Mascot D(ecision)-Day For Big D
Getting On Down To The Mascot Business
ANTLERS TO ANTLERS From History to the Future Lord Dartmouth's Antlered Coat of Arms
Antlers
Reindeer Centerfolds
Getting To Reindeer / Caribou
Reindeer / Caribou at the Combines
Reindeer vs Moose -- Winner Is Reindeer / Caribou
Reindeer & Dartmouth Past & Present Academics EXCELLENT NEWS
Reindeer & Dartmouth Winter Carnival
Reindeer On Mainstreet Mean Refined Antlers & A New Hanover Chic
Reindeer On Mainstreet Mean Adult & Kid Fashions A New Hanover Look
Reindeer @ Dartmouth Rudolph Is Separate
Reindeer & Secular Santa Not Religion
Dartmouth & Indians
Dartmouth's Official Unofficial Snivelling
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MIKE GONNERMAN '65
Though only a class apart, Mike and I didn't know each other on campus.  It was through business, via a non-Dartmouth common associate, that we first met and then later became friends.
 
A few years ago, Mike asked me to help him with his class website. Neither he intended, nor I expected at the time that I would EVER become involved with Dartmouth, the college from which I had graduated "without feeling."   But, life is strange... I did become involved. As I entered text, pictures, and even obituaries, I returned to campus. Mike... Thanks for the ride.
 
Were it not for Mike, I can say to a certainty, that regardless of how one views my effort, this effort would have never been made.  Period.
 
When Dartmouth has a permanent mascot, regardless of the source, The College, too, will have Mike to thank.  His letting me roam for website content led me on a journey, whereupon I obtained just one piece of paper, that fueled this effort, which hopefully provokes The College's decision.
 
Life is indeed very strange.

From Class of '65 Website