New books by Dartmouth alumni
After building a homemade windmill to power his Malawi family’s home, William Kamkwamba ’14 brings a new kind of energy to campus.
Pulitzer-nominated author Nicholas Carr ’81 is a Net user of the first order. But is his brain paying for it?
Photography professor Virginia Beahan brings an old-school technique and a rare sensibility to her craft.
The strange but true tale of a clever alum, a popular showman and a bizarre collection of oddities at the College museum.
A recent grad who drank little as a student explains why the administration alone will never change the College’s drinking culture.
New dean of the College Charlotte Johnson brings her unique blend of legal and academic experience to Hanover.
When the 1992 heavyweights reunited to prep for last year’s Head of the Charles, it was just like old times. Sort of.
In 1961 the civil rights movement arrived at a critical juncture in Jackson, Mississippi. James Breeden ’56 was there.
American history was made by many people who did not conform to conventional gender expectations.
The WNBA’s new president is intent on expanding the league’s fanbase—and thinks she has the players to do it.
Students in a public-policy sociology course who think they can end poverty face a more pessimistic reality.
The tale of a compact with Satan forges a compact of friendship—and promises kept.
On more than three decades in a director’s chair.
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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