New titles from Dartmouth writers (March-April 2015)
Showrunner Shonda Rhimes ’91 breathes new life into prime time with a Thursday night lineup to die for.
Veteran screenwriter Dan Gilroy ’81 talks about making his directorial debut last year with the Oscar-nominated Nightcrawler.
You might want to pay attention next time credits roll: A number of alums work in the trenches of the television/movie business, and that’s where they get their due. There would be no Hollywood without them.
A look back at the singular, turbulent life of twice-expelled Walter Wanger (rhymes with “danger”), class of 1915, who became one of Hollywood’s most prolific, if not law-abiding, producers.
Austin Beutner ’82 • Mahmud Johnson ’13 • Cynde McInnis ’94 • David Brion Davis ’50 • Katherine Cespedes ’10 • Joseph Marcheso ’96
On life—and death—as a soap opera star
Some of Hollywood’s alumni movers and shakers offer their take on working in Tinseltown.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (March-April 2015)
Andrew Lohse ’12, outspoken critic of Greek life, visits a “Writing 5” class.
African-American DJs at WDCR brought new sounds to Upper Valley ears.