Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon Robert Higgins ’81 on miracles, minorities and paying it forward.
To honor her dying husband’s wishes, Dr. Lucy (Goddard) Kalanithi ’01 made sure his unfinished memoir was published. Little did she realize the posthumous bestseller would take on a life of its own.
It took only six decades for David Dingman ’58 to fulfill his dream of building and flying his own aircraft. Mission accomplished.
A hockey pro learns that a hit to the head can change everything. Or not.
Animation professor Jodie Mack uses materials others might discard to create experimental animated films—and inspire undergrads.
A crew of determined alumni takes on the excruciating hike known as the Fifty—in reverse—before they turn 50 themselves.
The buzz in Silicon Valley is but one example of why we invest in innovation.
John Chittick ’70 • Mateo Romero ’89 • Jayne Conroy ’80 • Brian Schott ’93 • Lori Florio ’80 & Emily Vitale ’80 • Steven Fox ’00
A public policy scholar on who governs the Internet
Tidbits from around the College
Carly Amon ’17, Ski Patrol Student Director
How to Survive a Blizzard
Hat Tricks: Undergrads gear up for winter.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (January-February 2017)
New titles from Dartmouth writers (January/February 2017)
Theater alumnae mix high-concept sci-fi with low-budget ingenuity in their new web series.