Articles tagged with 'Features'
May-June 2020
Students of the 1950s and 1960s remember the legendary lessons of dean Thaddeus Seymour (1928-2019).
Lisa Kocian ’94 | May-June 2020
Podcaster Latif Nasser ’08 embarks on a quest to find a prisoner held in Guantanamo Bay—and himself.
Robert Sullivan ’75 | March-April 2020
The 2019 football championship sparks an homage to rooting for the good guys—and hating Harvard.
Kuo siblings
Lisa Furlong | March-April 2020
For many alumni, attending Dartmouth was a family affair.
Jim Collins ’84 | March-April 2020
Why the Carnival snow sculpture ain’t what it used to be.
Stephen J. Nelson | March-April 2020
Fifty years ago the Kent State shootings incited chaos across college campuses nationwide. With John Kemeny at the helm, Dartmouth was a notable exception.
Phil Hanlon ’77 | March-April 2020
The Association of American Universities welcomes Dartmouth to its ranks.
Daniel Benjamin | March-April 2020
Which global hotspots pose the biggest challenges for the United States? An expert weighs in.
Sharon Lee Cowan ’78 | March-April 2020
A “Girl of the Ivy League” reflects on her decision to pose for Playboy.
Lisa Furlong | March-April 2020
An astronaut’s perspectives on gravity, Earth, and aliens

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Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (March/April 2020)
Tune In, Turn On
Audio app developed by Faye Keegan ’12 offers something completely different.
The Computerization of Music

A Dartmouth professor explains how electronics have changed the music industry and made the traditional music major obsolete.

James Newman ’78
An astronaut’s perspectives on gravity, Earth, and aliens

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