New books by Dartmouth alumni
Former CIA analyst and Vietnam War veteran Paul Pillar ’69 makes his case against the war in Afghanistan.
From the amateurish to the exquisite, Winter Carnival posters offer a unique retrospective of 20th-century graphic design.
Eleni Tsakopoulos Kounalakis ’89 traveled a circuitous route to her latest job as U.S. ambassador to Hungary.
As Dartmouth’s recently appointed professor of Shakespearean studies, Jonathan Crewe keeps the Bard alive and relevant in Hanover.
For a Japanese student on campus during the Pearl Harbor bombing, a Dartmouth president proved a reassuring presence.
The Lodge—a motor inn that became a dorm—remains a quirky housing option of last resort.
What started as a simple day hike led David Spindler ’89 to become the world’s foremost authority on one of the great wonders of the world.
Noted photographer Virginia Beahan imbues her students with an artful appreciation of photography.
New and great ideas are common in the business world. What’s often missing is a sound strategy to implement them.
A pediatrician specialist on treating abused children.
Alumni making headlines around the world
Around the Green in sixty seconds
“...and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
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