• National security expert Christopher Swift ’98 examines what brings Islamic militants together—and what could drive them apart.
  • “I always think of my jewelry as an experience,” says artist-in-residence Case Hathaway-Zepeda ’09. (John Sherman)
  • Brad Ausmus ’91 hopes to lead the Detroit Tigers back to the World Series. (Getty)
  • When the U.S. military tested its new hydrogen bomb near the Marshall Islands 70 years ago, naval officer Robert A. Levinson ’46 was there. (Corbis)
Taxonomy of Terror
National security expert Christopher Swift ’98 examines what brings Islamic militants together—and what could drive them apart.
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When Rights Encourage Wrongs

A student chat site triggers a class discussion of free speech issues.
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Off the Beaten Path

He ate with orangutans, bunked in a brothel, cozied up to camels and taught Indians the Twist. For Bill Roth ’62, every day was an adventure when he took a gap year to hitchhike around the world.
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What’s Going on Here?

The spate of recent bad behavior by students—and subsequent bad publicity—has the College on the ropes. ​Jennifer Wulff returns to Hanover to find out what undergrads think about it all and if the campus climate can change.
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Still Trippin’

Alumni who graduate 50 years apart connect, naturally.

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  • View of La Socapa From Club Nautica
    Santiago de Cuba, 2004
    Photo by Virginia Beahan
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  • Catedral Nuestra Señora de las Asunción
    Baracoa, Cuba, 2004
    Photo by Virginia Beahan
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  • Train Station
    Caibarién, Cuba, 2006
    Photo by Virginia Beahan
    3/5
  • Summer House Bedroom
    Block Island, RI, 2005
    Photo by Virginia Beahan
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  • Christina at Annie's
    Shelter Island, NY, 2006
    Photo by Virginia Beahan
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Photography professor Virginia Beahan brings an old-school technique and a rare sensibility to her craft.

View of La Socapa From Club Nautica
Santiago de Cuba, 2004
Photo by Virginia Beahan
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