New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2016)
Tiger Shaw ’85, head of the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, seeks to revolutionize the way teenagers become Winter Olympians.
Niegel Smith ’02 leads the award-winning Flea Theater, founded two decades ago to create “a joyful hell in a small space.”
Best known as Deputy Sheriff Clem on Bonanza, character actor Bing Russell ’47, Tu’48, became notorious in his real-life role as owner of a team of minor league misfits.
After three years in office, Dartmouth’s president offers his take on student life, the future of the College, and what it’s like to live on Frat Row.
In its 100-year history, Hanover’s local movie theater has occasionally produced more drama and comedy in the seats than onscreen.
Here’s much ado about the First Folio, the College’s nearly 400-year-old published collection of Shakespeare’s plays.
Bioethicist Anne Drapkin Lyerly ’91 fights to include pregnant women in research studies of the Zika virus.
A Homecoming journey sparks a different kind of reunion.
Sara Hobel ’76 • Robert Evans ’79 • Hank Rogerson ’89 & Jilann Spitzmiller ’89 • Bill Burgess ’01, Th’02 • Bob Mighell ’85, Th’86 • Suzanne Lehrer Dumaine ’09
A legal scholar on the Affordable Care Act
Chewing The Fat: Collis Café is more than a dining hall—it’s a go-to spot for catching up with fellow students any time the day.
Tidbits from around the College
Memory Apata, Paddock Music Library Supervisor
How to Stop Wasting Time
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (November-December 2016)
A violist returns to perform at her alma mater.
EXCERPT: Laughter, Creativity and Emotional Healing at The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp
Just eight miles from campus, farmer Norah Lake ’06 cultivates fresh food and a sense of community at her Sweetland Farm.