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David Rodriguez Wins Sachs Teaching Award

Alfahtee Huey and Jacob Sanz

David Rodriguez, above, delivers an acceptance speech.

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David Rodriguez, above, delivers an acceptance speech.

Alfahtee Huey and Jacob Sanz, Videographer

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David Rodriguez, Spanish teacher, 520 Corps moderator, and all-around utility man, won the 2014 Raymond J. Sachs ’25 Memorial Teaching Award. Faculty and students share their views on this industrious individual.

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