New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2021)
Dickey Center gets a new director.
Economics professor Ethan Lewis: Five myths of immigration
A digital tech expert on working smarter
John Wesley Cromwell Jr., class of 1906, was No. 1.
Walter Bernstein ’40 first survived the Nazis, then the Hollywood blacklist, to make his mark as a screenwriter.
Isalys “Ice” Quiñones ’19, Th’20, heads to the Summer Olympics.
Having announced that he won’t run again in 2022, U.S. Senator Rob Portman ’78 is going back to Ohio.
For months ESPN broadcaster John Schriffen ’06 has covered sports around the world without leaving his apartment. Now he’s going places.
A campus icon catches up to the 21st century.
Readers write, react, and respond. (July/August 2021)
Look Who’s Talking
How my family ended up living with 200 puppies.
Voices in the Wilderness
Liz Klinger ’10 moves analytics into the bedroom.
Ultra runner Jarmal Richard ’91 gains altitude Down Under.
UN investment leader Preeti Sinha ’93 focuses on poor countries.
Economist Mike Pyle ’00 returns to the White House.
A good Samaritan embarks on a remembrance of rings past.
An excerpt from “Race Against Time: The Politics of a Darkening America” by Keith Boykin ’87
An excerpt from “First Steps: How Upright Walking Made Us Human”
Jeremy Birck ’15 explores the psychology of finding dates on Tinder.