New titles from Dartmouth writers (September-October 2014)
The spate of recent bad behavior by students—and subsequent bad publicity—has the College on the ropes. Jennifer Wulff returns to Hanover to find out what undergrads think about it all and if the campus climate can change.
A report from the front lines.
He ate with orangutans, bunked in a brothel, cozied up to camels and taught Indians the Twist. For Bill Roth ’62, every day was an adventure when he took a gap year to hitchhike around the world.
Brad Ausmus ’91 never played baseball at Dartmouth—he was a member of the New York Yankees as he earned his government degree. Now he hopes to make history as manager of the Detroit Tigers.
One of Dartmouth’s early female exchange students pledges a fraternity.
A student chat site triggers a class discussion of free speech issues.
When the U.S. military tested its new hydrogen bomb near the Marshall Islands 60 years ago, naval officer Robert A. Levinson ’46 was there.
Alumni who graduate 50 years apart connect, naturally.
Eileen Chamberlain Donahoe ’81 • Aileen Yingst ’91 • Christopher Swift ’98 • Tom Paskus ’89 • Matthew Dickerson ’85 • Case Hathaway-Zepeda ’09
A psychotherapist dares to question Alcoholics Anonymous.
Eye in the Sky
Around the Green in 60 seconds
Mike Wooten, Senior Assistant Dean of Residential Life
How to manage a PR crisis
This is how we roll. Undergrads cycle thorough the summer.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (September-October 2014)
MSNBC shares an excerpt from the new memoir by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ’88 (D-N.Y.).