Elected after a successful career in private equity, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner ’78 aims to reform state finances.
Twenty professors from a variety of disciplines recommend their favorite books and tell us what makes them special.
Michael C. Lewis ’11 quit his job to pursue a not-quite-dominant ranking on the pro squash circuit—and circle the globe. Mission accomplished.
Curb cuts, Braille in elevators, closed captioning, signers at public meetings—they did not exist when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed 25 years ago, thanks in part to the remarkable efforts of Alan Reich ’52.
BOOK EXCERPT: How the biggest game in sports got its name. An oral history.
The CIA station chief in Islamabad works with the Pakistanis to reinforce their border with Tora Bora, where Osama bin Laden is believed to be hiding. From “88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary”
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A nature portfolio by former National Geographic photographer Dewitt Jones ’65.
In 1977 a Ledyard Canoe Club expedition was the first to navigate the entire 1,888-mile Rio Grande. Thirty-seven years later a second expedition retraced the strokes of these Dartmouth adventurers to chronicle the plight of a drought-plagued river.
Photographer Pete McBride ’93 has been following the Colorado River for six years to document life—and death—along this once-mighty waterway.
Photographer Jonathan Sa’adah ’72 snapped dozens of images as an undergrad at Dartmouth during the tumultuous Vietnam War years.