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January-February 2022

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New titles from Dartmouth writers (January/February 2022)

Big Picture


Anyone up for a huge game of Centipede?

Continuing Ed

A global health expert on the lessons of Covid-19


Six athletes from 12 Winter Games tell us what it’s like to be an Olympian.
Dartmouth’s secret sauce for women’s Nordic skiing excellence? Coach Cami Thompson Graves, who for three decades has guided her charges to victory at the NCAAs, world championships, and Olympic Games.
Skier Tommy Ford ’12 looked like a sure bet for an Olympic medal. Then a brutal crash put everything in doubt.
Biathlon veteran Susan Dunklee ’08 takes aim at a breakthrough in Beijing.
“I did not know where life was going to take me,” says Bruce Beasley ’61. Then he discovered sculpture.
A brief history of Dartmouth’s century on Mount Moosilauke
UC Berkeley’s graduate school of journalism dean wants to inspire a broader generation of truth seekers.
For Jeffrey Tanenhaus ’02, solving a career crisis was as simple as stealing a bicycle.


Readers write, react, and respond. (January/February 2022)

Look Who’s Talking

Greenhouse Manager

Voices in the Wilderness

Tech innovator George Boateng ’16, TH ’17 closes Africa’s digital gap.
Educator Brooke Niiyogaabawiikwe Ammann ’97 revitalizes Ojibwe heritage.
Engagement director Elizabeth Blackburn ’15 joins family in Cincinnati Bengals front office.
Movie critic Ty Burr ’80 goes solo.

Web Extras

An excerpt from “West of Wheeling: How I Quit My Job, Broke the Law & Biked to a Better Place”

Green Room

Sharang Biswas ’12, Th’13, creates new modes of play as a game designer and teacher.
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The Dead Canary
An excerpt from “All the Demons Are Here,” a novel by Jake Tapper ’91
Parachute Power
Skydiving expert Tim Miller ’03, Th’06 shares the joy of freefall.
101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth

Of course it’s impossible to give a rouse to everything that’s worthy. But hey, can you blame us for trying?

Eugene F. “Buddy” Teevens III ’79
A coach on helping athletes be great people

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