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Features

Advisor Lis Smith ’05 busts through campaign norms and glass ceilings as she goes all in to get her candidate in the White House.
As researchers descend on the Second College Grant to forecast the future of New England’s trees, Dartmouth’s most underutilized classroom finally gets its due.
Lawyer Charlotte Whitmore ’03 fights to free wrongfully convicted prisoners the old-fashioned way: by pounding the pavement.
Ultramarathoner Eli Burakian ’00 has to bring more than willpower and well-trained legs to a 100-mile race.
Shanghai’s decrepit but rigorous public schools offer U.S. educators an unlikely blueprint for improvement.
Entrepreneur Rose Song Wang ’14 hits the road with high-tech hot wheels.
Levi Woodbury portrait
Levi Woodbury, class of 1809, served in all three branches of government at the state and federal level.
An outdoorsman on seeing the forest for the trees
Filippo Ciabatti: A musical multitasker
Sociology professor Janice McCabe on making and nurturing connections

Voices in the Wilderness

Park ranger Kelly Wood ’14 fulfills her dream.
Ben Wright ’98 is the new director of an uncommon art school.
Backgammon: It’s more than a game for Dorn Bishop ’86.
Prizewinner Barry Sharpless ’63 knows how to get a reaction.

Look Who’s Talking

Director of Dartmouth Skiway

Books

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Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (January/February 2020)
Art of Glass
Ben Wright ’98 is the new director of an uncommon art school.
Does Your Major Matter?

And other musings on a liberal arts education

Putnam Blodgett ’53, Tu’61
An outdoorsman on seeing the forest for the trees

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