New titles from Dartmouth writers (July-August 2016)
Catching up with writer Rembert Browne ’09, who delivers his singular mashup of politics, culture and celebrity in New York magazine each week
Ever since the Munich games of 1972, Sports Illustrated photographer Heinz Kluetmeier ’65, Th’66, has captured the essence of the summer Olympics.
You’re a hotshot D.C. politico and you find yourself mired in a tight legal jam. Who ya gonna call? That’s easy: Tom Green ’62.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered one of Dartmouth’s most memorable Commencement addresses back in 1953. Here’s the unknown story behind his famous words.
Can you match the Dartmouth Commencement speaker with his or her quote?
One professor’s smartphone experiment foreshadows a future where surrendering privacy may prevent dangerous behaviors.
How a student film critic found himself in the unlikely position to rescue David Bowie’s The Man Who Fell to Earth.
The countdown to the Summer Olympics has begun. Here’s a look at Dartmouth athletes headed to Rio—and those who hope to qualify.
Russell Wolff ’89, Tu’94 • Matthew Heineman ’05 • Stella Maria Baer ’03 • Anna Jaeger ’93 • Stephanie Hogan ’02 • Alex Tonelli ’06
A legal advocate for the Greek system on his specialty
Tidbits from around the College
Jason Sorens, Libertarian activist and government lecturer
How to Grill a Perfect Burger
On the Job: Undergrads work in every corner of campus.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (July-August 2016)
Pine Restaurant chef/partner Michael Schlow shares the secret sauce behind his award-winning burger.
Designer and educator Tom Bonamici ’07 has made outhouses, backpacks, ax sheaths, chairs—even a cookbook without words.