New titles from Dartmouth writers (September/October 2019)
Filmmakers Phil Lord ’97 and Chris Miller ’97 talk about the ups and downs of moviemaking, life in Tinseltown, and how they’ve honed their comedic collaboration.
A simple computer language developed at Dartmouth before computers were personal heralded today’s digital and social media universe.
Surf club, anyone?
Heads turn—and perceptions change—when a woman joins the football coaching staff.
Please don’t feed the bears.
Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks ’12 insists winning a World Series isn’t enough: “You’re never done.”
Disabled ski champion Diana Golden Brosnihan ’84 was much more than a peak performer.
A fourth-term congresswoman on working for the people
Bernie Waugh ’74 serenades first-year trips.
Sadhana Hall | Deputy Director, Rockefeller Center for Public Policy
The class of 2019 walks.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Readers write, react, and respond. (September/October 2019)
Look Who’s Talking
Chair of the Anthropology Department
Voices in the Wilderness
Composer Oliver Caplan ’04 celebrates sestercentennial.
Fighter pilot Christopher Browne ’80 leads Smithsonian makeover.
“Badass” survivor Ricki Fairley ’78 drives national fight against a rare form of breast cancer.
Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff ’68 reflects on war and peace.
Marketing wiz Catie Huisman Griggs ’03, Tu’09, gets her kicks in pro soccer.
Classmates remember Mike Slive ’62, the most powerful man in college sports.
EXCERPT: Harold Leich ’29 made a daring river voyage in 1933. His incredible story went unpublished for 85 years.
EXCERPT: An injured bobcat blocks the way to safety.