• Before making it big as a monster hunter on the Netflix smash Stranger Things, David Harbour ’97 had to fend off a few demons of his own.
  • Noted food critic Jane Stern dines at Dartmouth and finds that our appetite for cooking, health and competition has transformed College cuisine.
  • BreeAnne Clowdus ’97 shoots highly stylized photos of theater companies, actors seeking headshots and anyone who wants a Vanity Fair-style glamour shot.
  • A tree-killing pest from the Southeast has invaded New England. Biology professor Matt Ayres is on the case.
Upside-Down World
Before making it big as a monster hunter on the Netflix smash Stranger Things, David Harbour ’97 had to fend off a few demons of his own.
Features

“The Idiocy of War”

Vietnam veterans reflect on a misguided conflict—and how the nation has finally moved on from blaming those who served.
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Beyond Words

In a fragmented world where refugees abound, language serves as more than a bridge.
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“Globally Diversified”

New CIO Alice Ruth ’83 heads an investment team dedicated to finding new opportunities, wherever they may be.
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Ulrich Boser ’97

An expert on how we learn—and false beliefs about the process
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They Are What They Eat

A student foodie dishes on who eats what at campus dining venues.
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Compare and Contrast

EXCERPT: An education expert makes the case for analogical thinking.
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Fake News!

Onion staffer Mike Gillis ’12 on writing for “America’s Finest News Source” and the role of satire in a post-truth world

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    Found wood (2010)
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  • Diverge
    Found wood (1999)
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  • Dwelling Pool
    Found wood, shells (2002)
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  • Harlequin
    Found wood (2002)
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  • Oysterroom
    Found oyster shells, fiberglass, MDF, salt, mirrors (2013)
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  • Honey Space
    Found wood (2001)
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  • Untitled
    Found shells (2011)
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  • E.W.S. (Cunard)
    Vintage LV suitcase, ebony, found wood (2016)
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  • Möbius Narcissus
    Earth, seed, salt, flour, paprika, parsley, graphite, turmeric (2015)
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  • Elephant
    Found wood (2000)
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  • Untitled
    Found shells (2016)
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  • Messenger
    Found wood (2001)
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  • #2
    Found wood, drywall screws (1999)
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As an undergrad at Dartmouth, Tom Beale ’00 developed a passion for using found and reclaimed materials such as wood, shells and moss to create large-scale organic sculptures. Read more about the Brooklyn-based artist in our July/August 2017 issue.

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