Articles tagged with 'Features'
Occom Pond in winter
March-April 2020
siblings collage
March-April 2020
Our celebration of alumni siblings begins here, with snapshots from two dozen families.
maple syrup
James Napoli | March-April 2020
How to Make Maple Syrup | Rachel Kent ’21 | Sugar Crew Co-Captain
C.J. Hughes ’92 | Jan-Feb 2020
Advisor Lis Smith ’05 busts through campaign norms and glass ceilings as she goes all in to get her candidate in the White House.
Svati Kirsten Narula ’13 | Jan-Feb 2020
As researchers descend on the Second College Grant to forecast the future of New England’s trees, Dartmouth’s most underutilized classroom finally gets its due.
Michael Blanding | Jan-Feb 2020
Lawyer Charlotte Whitmore ’03 fights to free wrongfully convicted prisoners the old-fashioned way: by pounding the pavement.
Svati Kirsten Narula ’13 | Jan-Feb 2020
Ultramarathoner Eli Burakian ’00 has to bring more than willpower and well-trained legs to a 100-mile race.
Teru Clavel ’95 | Jan-Feb 2020
Shanghai’s decrepit but rigorous public schools offer U.S. educators an unlikely blueprint for improvement.
Rick Beyer ’78 | Jan-Feb 2020
Entrepreneur Rose Song Wang ’14 hits the road with high-tech hot wheels.
Levi Woodbury portrait
Sue Shock | Jan-Feb 2020
Levi Woodbury, class of 1809, served in all three branches of government at the state and federal level.

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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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