New titles from Dartmouth writers (March/April 2019)
A behind-the-scenes look at the new Hood’s $50-million transformation into a state-of-the-art teaching museum
Human rights lawyer Becca Heller ’05 wins a MacArthur Fellowship.
With his saga of a soda magnate and his family, Snowden Wright ’04 serves up a refreshing take on the great American novel.
Dick Liesching ’59 took Dartmouth rugby—and the men who played it—to a whole new level.
Dartmouth’s sestercentennial celebrates the past, present, and future of the College.
A writer recalls the freshman English course that put him through hell—with heavenly results.
Tobogganing ruled Winter Carnival a century ago
On serving in Congress for 20 years
New leader of outdoor programs is desk-bound.
How to Improve Your Memory | Sean Kang, Assistant Professor of Education
Readers write, react, and respond. (March/April 2019)
Look Who’s Talking
Digital Collections and Oral History Archivist
Voices in the Wilderness
Sharon Ali ’76 takes a medical marijuana startup from seed to sale.
Nonagenarian Robert Gale ’42 writes. A lot.
Northern Cheyenne painter Jordan Craig ’15 lands multiple fellowships.
Steve Mullins ’54, the king of Toby jugs, opens a mug mecca.
Fitness coach Kristin Vallacher ’08 makes Hollywood sweat.
EXCERPT: What makes Panola Cola the sweetest thing around?