New titles from Dartmouth writers (July-August 2015)
CIA veteran Robert Grenier ’76 offers his take on his critical role in post-9/11 Afghanistan and explains what it was like to deal with Hamid Karzai, U.S. presidents and enhanced interrogation.
Here’s how former smokejumper and Montana professor Carl Seielstad ’90 is helping change fire policy forever. For starters, he says, you’ve got to fight fire with fire.
For New York Times foreign correspondent and Pulitzer nominee Rukmini Callimachi ’95, digging for the truth sometimes means digging for bodies.
Facing daunting challenges, a wounded Vietnam War vet finds a support system through his College connections.
At the mustachioed DALI Lab, students get paid to delve into innovative computer science and design projects.
The influence of Homer Hulbert, class of 1884, lives on in a country far from his home.
Luisa Kroll ’91 • Peter Kilmarx ’83 • Christine Souffrant ’11 • Mike Markaverich ’71 • Lauren Indvik ’09 • Jeff Albright ’88, DMS’92
A canon lawyer on the protection of children
Eve of Destruction
At Commencement time, there’s no shortage of wisdom offered to graduating seniors. Here’s what a few of Dartmouth’s more notable speakers have had to say through the years.
Around the Green in 60 seconds
Brett Moses, Lead Man, Commencement & Reunion Crew
How to Brainstorm
The Green Scene: Undergrads catch a case of spring fever.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (July-August 2015)
The CIA station chief in Islamabad works with the Pakistanis to reinforce their border with Tora Bora, where Osama bin Laden is believed to be hiding. From “88 Days to Kandahar: A CIA Diary”