New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2019)
So says National Geographic photographer Pete McBride ’93, who learned to love it the hard way.
Here’s a peek at some of the ups and downs of the incredible journey of Pete McBride ’93.
Sarah Mollo-Christensen ’03 pursues a career that keeps her well read.
After a drug deal gone bad, Peter Kaldheim ’71 fled for his life and embarked on a cross-country epic of homelessness, hitchhiking, and empty pockets. The long road eventually led to redemption—and his harrowing new memoir, Idiot Wind.
What led a Dartmouth student to crash a Fab Four press conference? Beatlemania, of course.
Documentary film producer Julie Dunfey ’80 records the stories of America. Up next: Country Music.
A former protégé looks back on the times and life of conservative icon Jeffrey Hart ’51.
A forecast for the future of the College.
On editing DAM in turbulent times
World-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma addresses class of 2019.
How to Watch Fencing | Jennifer Wu ’19 | Fencing Club Co-captain
Older & Wiser | Seniors give freshmen their secrets to success.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react, and respond. (July/August 2019)
Look Who’s Talking
Democratic State Rep. for Hanover
Voices in the Wilderness
Basketball coach Courtney Banghart ’00 heads to Carolina.
Ex-teacher David Silver ’12 uses horses to empower Detroit teens.
Alaska attorney Elizabeth Saagulik Hensley ’05 protects Native rights.
Lawrence Rome ’74 takes a load off with his floating backpack.
A world of equals is the goal of fundraiser Evelyn Chen ’01.
Ancient cultures inspire game creator Owen Gottlieb ’95.
EXCERPT: Dinner is served at Ozanam Inn, a New Orleans shelter run by the Catholic Church.
EXCERPT: Desperate times call for desperate measures when a deadly virus hits the U.S. in the debut novel by Charles Wheelan ’88.