Articles tagged with 'Features'
March-April 2021
Allan A. Ryan ’66 | March-April 2021
Amid the turmoil of post-Civil War America, Amos Akerman, class of 1842, went toe to toe with the KKK.
March-April 2021
Professors reveal the books they’ve read in the year of the pandemic.
Ralph Wimbish | March-April 2021
Despite a life of hard knocks, Reggie Williams ’76 keeps on keeping on.
Elizabeth Janowski ’21 | March-April 2021
Allie Young ’13 got voters to the polls—on horseback.
Richard Babcock ’69 | March-April 2021
Writer Paul Maclean ’28 lived hard, died young, and became the center of an acclaimed novel by his brother, Norman Maclean ’24.
Sean Plottner | March-April 2021
What do mummified baboons have to do with the origins of international commerce? Everything!
Dirk Olin ’81 | March-April 2021
Lawyer and activist Maya Wiley ’86 explains why she wants to be the next mayor of New York City.
March-April 2021
March-April 2021

Portfolio

The Fuse Is Lit
An excerpt from “False Light” by Eric Dezenhall ’84
Visionary
Ophthalmologist Bonnie An Henderson ’89, DMS ’93, innovates for cataract patients.
The New Abnormal

Dartmouth responds to the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

Dhiraj Mukherjee ’91
Shazam’s cofounder on being a “wantrapreneur”

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