New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2020)
Pandemic stalls new power plant plans.
The CEO of Nike on just doing it
Can Emily Wroe ’03 save us from ourselves?
Wentworth Eldredge ’31 chaired the sociology department. But during World War II he signed on with military intelligence, engaged in a high-stakes love affair, and secretly helped trick the Nazis. His students never knew.
YouTube phenom Michelle Khare ’14 makes a very good living. And she works hard for the money.
Longtime educator Carol Muller ’77 boldly dissects the College’s complicated relationship with women.
Victoria Gibbs ’07 makes her mark in the world of competitive yoga.
The Meaning of Jazz
Police turn a peaceful protest into an unfortunate rite of passage.
Readers write, react, and respond. (July/August 2020)
Look Who’s Talking
Senior Box Office Manager, Hopkins Center
Three buddies foster a fierce camaraderie.
Voices in the Wilderness
Former 'Review' staffer Blake Neff '13 settles in at Fox.
Eden Abram ’94 advocates for animals.
Seattle NHL franchise hires Kyle Boyd ’12 as an ambassador.
Hitmaker Mindy Kaling ’01 strikes again with “Never Have I Ever.”