Spring 2018

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The winter 2017 issue of Northwestern Magazine was refreshing. For an hour I could read about sustainability, medical research, history and human rights. You featured an article, devoid of hype about terrorism, regarding a Muslim minority fleeing persecution.
Reading the winter issue, it was almost as though our country had, in 2016, rejected racist nationalism. An important institution in the Midwest is powering on, fueled by people from more than a hundred nations, to work for enlightenment and justice, in spite of daily attacks on our democracy by those who temporarily control Washington, D.C.
Bob Ricketts ’67, ’69 MD
Grand Junction, Colo.

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Class Note of the Day

Tyler Pager ’17 of ­Harrison, N.Y., won a reporting trip through New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s win-a-trip contest. It’s likely the pair will travel to Central African ­Republic. Pager will write stories for the New York Times website. He met Kristof in 2014 while covering Kristof’s book tour for the Daily Northwestern. Pager is pursuing a graduate degree in comparative social policy at the University of Oxford.

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