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Books

New titles from Dartmouth writers (September/October 2018)

Features

Buddy Teevens
A few years ago, Coach Teevens looked like a goner. Then he reorganized his staff and started a radical experiment: no tackling in practice.
Alumni return to campus in record numbers for a memorable 10-day stretch of parties, passion, and pyrotechnics.
Alexander Chee
Writer and professor Alexander Chee brings a novel approach to his English and creative writing courses.
Alexander Chee
EXCERPT: A teacher learns by teaching.
Alex Nabaum illustration
Students assess China’s threat to U.S. dominance in a course that keeps pace with current events.
Gabe Boning Xanadu
A classmate’s death inspires four climbing friends to venture where few have dared.
A crew coach’s quiet confidence enlightens a novice rower.
Vincent Starzinger
Vincent Starzinger shaped many young minds and prominent careers.
David Shribman
A veteran journalist on the Fourth Estate
Old Pine
Class Action
Trip to the Sea
Power Portage
Graduating seniors Tyler Dowse ’18 and Wyatt Omsberg ’18 show off their four Ivy soccer championship rings at Commencement June 10.
What will you miss most about Dartmouth?
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”

Letters

Readers write, react and respond. (September/October)

Look Who’s Talking

Thayer Machine Shop Manager and Instructor

Voices in the Wilderness

One-of-a-kind expert is king of the bees.
Biotech firm aims for longevity.
Entrepreneur Kaya Thomas ’17 builds a virtual library.
John Stephens
Artist John Stephens ’68 conjures fantastic worlds.
Brooklyn Bombshells skater Daryl Concha ’11 leads the pack around the track.
Nick Schneider
Astrophysicist Nick Schneider ’79 keeps close eye on the Red Planet.

Web Extras

EXCERPT: A U.S. ambassador recalls his years in Mogadishu during the Reagan administration.
A former journalist reflects upon his 50th reunion.
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Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2022)
Flight Control
Drone proponent Kenji Sugahara ’95 seeks friendlier skies.
The Hop As You’ve Never Seen It Before

A photographic tribute to the cultural center of campus on its golden anniversary.

Allan A. Ryan ’66
A legal expert on war crimes—and worse

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