Does the world’s most infamous fraternity deserve its reputation? Writer C.J. Hughes ’92 offers a field guide to the history and legacy of Alpha Delta and its ties to the movie that made it notorious.
Four young alums open up about their multiracial heritage and how it shapes them.
In the fall of 2010 Abbey D’Agostino ’14 arrived on campus to compete on the cross-country team. Four years and seven national titles later, she’s become one of the most prolific athletes in Dartmouth history.
What date most changed the course of history? Professors from various disciplines weigh in.
“Marine Policy” delves into the crosscurrents where marine biology collides with political policy.
On the Job
San Francisco government veteran Phil Ginsburg ’89 now presides over the city’s cherished green spaces.
Finding synchronicity in the North Country.
Rand Beers ’64 • Jo Hannah Hoehn ’09 & Susanah Hoehn ’10 • Terry Plank ’85 • Alex Blumrosen ’82 • Charles Trumbull ’02 • Christina Stoltz ’06
A corporate coach on learning to lead.
News and notes from around the Green.
Graduating seniors dish up six-word closing statements.
New titles from Dartmouth writers.
Readers write, react and respond.
“...and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”