Articles tagged with 'Features'
Jan-Feb 2020
Jan-Feb 2020
Filippo Ciabatti: A musical multitasker
Jan-Feb 2020
Sociology professor Janice McCabe on making and nurturing connections
Jan-Feb 2020
Snapshots of the class of 2023
"Coming of Quetzalcoatl," Jose Clemente Orozco
Nov-Dec 2019
10 things you probably don't know about the massive work of art in Baker-Berry’s basement
Brian Jay Jones | Nov-Dec 2019
How the “grizzly, ghastly goon” created by Dr. Seuss ’25 became a holiday TV classic.
Jennifer Wulff ’96 | Nov-Dec 2019
After opioids and alcohol nearly ruined his life, Trey Laird ’93 opened the Lighthouse, a sober-living home in suburbia where executive addicts recover in style.
Harry Enten
Mark F. Bernstein | Nov-Dec 2019
CNN’s Harry Enten ’11 is hardly your parents’ pundit: His love of YouTube, Twitter, and Popeye’s fried chicken is matched only by his prowess at analyzing presidential elections.
Phil Hanlon ’77 | Nov-Dec 2019
Dartmouth must fend off the assault on expertise with logic, evidence, and reason.
Kermit Pattison | Nov-Dec 2019
Arbiter of taste Pauline Brown ’88 explains the concept of aesthetic intelligence.

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Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (January/February 2020)
Art of Glass
Ben Wright ’98 is the new director of an uncommon art school.
Does Your Major Matter?

And other musings on a liberal arts education

Putnam Blodgett ’53, Tu’61
An outdoorsman on seeing the forest for the trees

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