Articles tagged with 'features'
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Art Imitates Life

Jean Hanff Korelitz ’83 discusses her latest novel, The Devil and Webster, and how Dartmouth influenced her story.
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New Blue

Something unusual is happening on the streets of Vermont’s largest city: Police chief Brandon del Pozo ’96 has infused Burlington with trust and transparency—a new way of policing in America.
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The Daguerreotypist

Augustus Washington, class of 1847, left a photographic legacy unique in scope and perspective.
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Wayward

A few tidbits about journalist, Francophile and eater A.J. Liebling ’24, one of those famous alums who never graduated.
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Meryl, Overrated?

Not even close, as the screenwriter of The River Wild recalls.
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Race and Republicans

Harvard prof and author Leah Wright Rigueur ’03 discusses the history and future of blacks and the GOP.
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American Dreamer

An undocumented undergrad from Mexico shares his story—and his fears.
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Fellowship

Dartmouth’s postdoctoral fellows infuse the campus with fresh energy and new ideas.
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Voices in the Wilderness

Jennifer Chong ’10 • Jay Kumar ’88 • Therese Ojibway ’78 • Ann Armbrecht ’84 • Charles Baron ’05
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Dana (Thomas) Bevan ’69

A transgender bio-psychologist on embracing her true self

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