New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2017)
Noted food critic Jane Stern dines at Dartmouth and finds that our appetite for cooking, health and competition has transformed College cuisine.
A student foodie dishes on who eats what at campus dining venues.
Before making it big as a monster hunter on the Netflix smash Stranger Things, David Harbour ’97 had to fend off a few demons of his own.
Vietnam veterans reflect on a misguided conflict—and how the nation has finally moved on from blaming those who served.
A tree-killing pest from the Southeast has invaded New England. Biology professor Matt Ayres is on the case.
Native American lawyer Wayne Shammel ’89 builds on his enterprising work with tribal casinos in the Pacific Northwest.
In a fragmented world where refugees abound, language serves as more than a bridge.
Reds, whites and green: a quick guide to some alumni vintners in the Central and Sacramento valleys of California, where in vino veritas is more than just a motto.
An expert on how we learn—and false beliefs about the process
Tidbits from around the College
If You Hate Opera, Try These | Steve Swayne, Music Professor
Seniors share their post-Commencement plans
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react and respond. (July/August 2017)
Look Who’s Talking
Map Specialist, Evans Map Room
Voices in the Wilderness
Computer scientist Nii Quaynor ’72 connects a continent.
Michael Mothner ’03 traces his business origins back to his college dorm room.
Photographer BreeAnne Clowdus ’97 has an eye for the theatrical.
Beth Baron ’80 fights Trump’s travel ban.
Spatial data scientist Kirk Klausmeyer ’00 applies emerging technology to conservation challenges.
Tom Beale ’00 started one of Manhattan’s “strangest art establishments.”
The popular Hanover eatery known for its chicken sandwiches and other delights closes up shop.
A colorful classmate leaves a lasting impression.
EXCERPT: An education expert makes the case for analogical thinking.
New CIO Alice Ruth ’83 heads an investment team dedicated to finding new opportunities, wherever they may be.
Filmmaker Alex Stockton ’15 invites audiences to walk in the shoes of an undocumented immigrant in his full-length feature, Transient.