New titles from Dartmouth writers (May/June 2020)
A child psychiatrist on sex ed and self-esteem for kids
For NHL team owner and president Dick Patrick ’68, winning the Stanley Cup runs in the family.
“Overwhelming.” “Inevitable.” “Frustrating.” That’s how alumni doctors and epidemiologists describe their battle with the deadly coronavirus.
“…and the granite of New Hampshire keeps the record of their fame.”
Alums in the Peace Corps had no choice but to evacuate as the coronavirus spread.
Students of the 1950s and 1960s remember the legendary lessons of dean Thaddeus Seymour (1928-2019).
Podcaster Latif Nasser ’08 embarks on a quest to find a prisoner held in Guantanamo Bay—and himself.
Dystopia-lit: doomsday stories for the self-isolated.
Readers write, react, and respond. (May/June 2020)
Look Who’s Talking
Voices in the Wilderness
Filmmaker Josh Berman ’00 keeps his eye on the slopes.
Director Lorna Hill ’73 elicits hidden talents.
Scott Mason ’74 believes haiku is poetry for everyone.
NBA attorney David Weiss ’02 helped halt league play at a critical moment.
A challenging hike in Nepal forges a new connection.
A student explains how the pandemic ended her foreign study program before it began, and how she feels about being in San Jose instead of Paris.
In this dispatch from Rome, a mother-daughter relationship evolves as Italy roils.
A Q&A with the chairs of Dartmouth’s coronavirus task force
Stranded alums bond during pandemic panic in Peru.
Nothing is the same as it was.