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Books

New titles from Dartmouth writers (September-October 2015)

Features

How in the world did Dartmouth become one of the best rugby schools in the nation? Brawn, brains and an indomitable spirit.
Merlins. Milk snakes. Antlions. Oh my! A look at some of the creatures that inhabit the greatest natural attraction on campus.
Fashion designer Eugenia Kim ’96 is daring, confident and offbeat—just like the hats and accessories she creates.
Commencement speaker David Brooks offers his thoughts on the liberal arts, campus microaggressions and the first thing he’d do if he were president of the College.
Finding the right study spot can make all the difference.
Dartmouth may not produce many professional football players, but the National Football League is loaded with alumni talent.
Professor Roberta Stewart deploys the classics to help veterans transition back to life at home.
Students have long found extracurricular excitement as volunteers for the Hanover Fire Department. Three alums from the 1970s recall their days on the job.
Anna Stork ’08 • Melissa Cook ’82 • Andrenne & Angilique Coleman ’13 • Gene Mackles ’68 • Alison Crocker ’06 • Jason Dadakis ’99
A doctor on treating HIV and AIDS patients
Shore Thing
The Cutting Edge: Woodsman’s Weekend, started by the Outing Club in 1947 and hosted by the College every three years, attracts gung-ho competitors—and lots of power tools.
Around the Green in 60 seconds
Rebecca Biron, New Dean of the College
How To Be Digitally Diligent
On Their Way: New alums head out into the real world.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”

Letters

Readers write, react and respond. (September-October 2015)

Web Extras

Alan Reich Honorary Degree President James Freedman Dartmouth
Curb cuts, Braille in elevators, closed captioning, signers at public meetings—they did not exist when the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed 25 years ago, thanks in part to the remarkable efforts of Alan Reich ’52.
BOOK EXCERPT: How the biggest game in sports got its name. An oral history.
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Portfolio

Norman Maclean ’24, the Undergraduate Years
An excerpt from “Norman Maclean: A Life of Letters and Rivers”
One of a Kind
Author Lynn Lobban ’69 confronts painful past.
Trail Blazer

Lis Smith ’05 busts through campaign norms and glass ceilings as she goes all in to get her candidate in the White House. 

John Merrow ’63
An education journalist on the state of our schools

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