For her new novel about a college shaken by student protest, noted author Jean Hanff Korelitz ’83 created a fictional campus with a very familiar ring to it.
Jean Hanff Korelitz ’83 discusses her latest novel, The Devil and Webster, and how Dartmouth influenced her story.
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.
Excerpts from a new activity book for professors (edited by Christie Henry ’91) capture the bizarre highs and arcane lows of academic life.
Engineering school namesake Sylvanus Thayer, class of 1807, and Alden Partridge, class of 1806, are remembered as the “Father of West Point” and the “Father of the ROTC,” respectively. They also hated each other.
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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A selection of images by Augustus Washington, class of 1847