Tuck Student Joins Polar Vision Expedition to Antarctica



Mt. Erebus, Antarctica

Trekking 600 miles across Antarctica while pulling a 100-pound sled is a grueling endurance test for any adventurer, but for Berkeley MBA student Alan Lock there’s an extra challenge: Lock has lost much of his vision to a degenerative eye condition, and hopes to become the first visually impaired person to cross Antarctica from the coast all the way to the South Pole. He will be joined by, among others, Richard Smith Tuck ’11, a friend pursuing his MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.

Lock has organized a five-man team called Polar Vision. In winter 2011, the team will embark on an expedition to raise funds and awareness for sight charities operating in the United States and the developing world.

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