• Suzanne Lehrer Dumaine ’09 gets back to basics with her cookbook, “Plated: Weeknight Dinners, Weekend Feasts, and Everything in Between.”
  • Violist Carmen Flores ’00 returns to perform at her alma mater.
  • In 2005 Bob Mighell ’85, Th’86 turned an inexpensive Honda Rebel into a three-wheeler, and Tilting Motor Works was born.
  • Here’s much ado about the First Folio, the College’s nearly 400-year-old published collection of Shakespeare’s plays.
The Test Chef
Suzanne Lehrer Dumaine ’09 gets back to basics with her cookbook, “Plated: Weeknight Dinners, Weekend Feasts, and Everything in Between.”
Features

Tales of the Nugget

In its 100-year history, Hanover’s local movie theater has occasionally produced more drama and comedy in the seats than onscreen.
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A Zika Response

Bioethicist Anne Drapkin Lyerly ’91 fights to include pregnant women in research studies of the Zika virus.
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What’s in Your Honey Jar?

EXCERPT: An investigation into one of the world’s sweetest scandals.
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Gone Too Soon

A Homecoming journey sparks a different kind of reunion.
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The Party Crashers

As the two political parties met to choose their presidential candidates in 1976, student radio reporters embarked on the campaign trail for coverage that was completely unconventional.
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Sewing Seeds of Conscience

Scott Nova ’87 began agitating for social justice as an undergrad. Now he heads the Worker Rights Consortium.
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101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth

Of course it’s impossible to give a rouse to everything that’s worthy. But hey, can you blame us for trying?

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  • Nocturnal Rainforest (Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, WA)
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  • Smith College Botanic Garden (Northampton, MA)
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  • Lake Habitat, detail (Children’s Museum, Madison, WI)
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  • Discovering Orange County (Laguna Hills, CA)
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  • Forbes Field Mural (Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum, Pittsburgh, PA)
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  • Firetower Mural (New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, NH)
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  • Firetower Mural, detail (New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, NH)
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  • Double Ditch Village Cyclorama, in progress (State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, ND)
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  • Valley Forge Mural (Mt. Vernon Estate Museum, Mt. Vernon, VA)
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  • Valley Forge Scale-painting (Mt. Vernon Estate Museum, Mt. Vernon, VA)
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  • Potawatomi Spring Camp, detail (Kenosha Public Museum, Kenosha, WI)
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  • Potawatomi Winter Camp (Kenosha Public Museum, Kenosha, WI)
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  • Civil War Enlistment Mural (Kenosha Public Museum, Kenosha, WI)
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  • Captive Passage Mural, detail (Mariners’ Museum Newport News, VA)
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  • U.S.S. Monitor Mural (Mariners’ Museum Newport News, VA)
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  • Everglades Habitat (Museum of Discovery and Science, Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
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Viewers often think of art as propelled by inspiration, but for Robert Evans ’79, meticulous prep work is essential for large wall murals that can stretch 50 to 60 feet or more. “It all comes down to planning and not getting lost on the wall,” says Evans, whose work appears at the Smithsonian Museum of American History, the New England Aquarium, George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate and museums and visitor centers around the country.

Read more about Evans in the November/December 2016 issue of DAM, and visit his website to view more of his murals.

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