New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2020)
Drought expert to lead new research team.
After a chance meeting with Malcolm X, Ahmed Osman ’65 became a spiritual guide to the Muslim icon.
From Iraq to Colombia, acclaimed writer Phil Klay ’05 delves into crucibles of conflict and the unintended consequences of America’s muddled military moves.
Her journey from Jamaica to Brooklyn to Hanover wasn’t easy, but with an Emmy nomination for her work in the powerful Netflix series “When They See Us,” actress Marsha Stephanie Blake ’96 is hitting her stride in Hollywood.
Tom Rath ’67 has promoted, cajoled, and strategized for GOP candidates in New Hampshire’s presidential primaries since his freshman year.
An expert on implicit bias explains how we can all see ourselves—and each other—more clearly.
Mister Rogers ’50 made an indelible impression when he returned to campus after more than 50 years.
25 years of SHEBA
After seven seasons in the minors, Cole Sulser ’12, Th’13, emerges as the surprise closer for the Baltimore Orioles.
Readers write, react, and respond. (November/December 2020)
Look Who’s Talking
Director of the Office of Community Standards and Accountability
Voices in the Wilderness
Former reporter Rebekah Rombom ’08 inspires HBO drama.
IMF veteran Cede Ogada ’88 seeks global economic stability.
Naval doctor Charles Eisenberg ’02 faced a tough mission when the virus struck.
Cookbook author Priya Krishna ’13 seeks a more inclusive food world.
An excerpt from “Afropessimism”
An excerpt from “Missionaries,” the new novel by Phil Klay ’05
As election day approaches, press secretary Jamal Brown ’08 talks about his roller-coaster role with the Biden campaign.