New titles from Dartmouth writers (November-December 2014)
With his latest venture, tech startup veteran Naval Ravikant ’95 hopes to reshape the very industry that once burned him.
Where else but at the Seussian-named Battle of the Bulge would the future children’s author find himself accidentally lost behind German lines? An improbable tale of the places one can go.
Innovative digital humanities professor and game designer Mary Flanagan takes the art of play—and social change—to a whole new level.
How one student coped as a “stealth dyslexic.”
The annual Homecoming bonfire has come a long way since its crude origins in 1888.
Students shoot a documentary with film professor Jeffrey Ruoff.
Six Dartmouth “rabbits” set the pace for what was originally deemed a record-breaking run at Alumni Gym nearly 80 years ago.
John Idzik ’82 • Alice Gomstyn ’03 • Rich Bloch ’65 • Lynn Rainville ’93 • Jamie Berk ’11 and Mostafa Heddaya ’11 • Collin O’Mara ’01
On the need to employ “ex-offenders”
The Hole Truth
Around the Green in 60 seconds
Russell Muirhead, Government Professor
How to Sweeten Your Slumber
Treasure hunt. Students score at the fall move-in sale.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (November-December 2014)
Muralist Florian Jenkins reflects on his campus visit 42 years ago to paint “The Life of Malcolm X.”