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.”
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.
Look Who’s Talking
Democratic State Rep. for Hanover
New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2019)
Readers write, react, and respond. (July/August 2019)
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.