New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2022)
Trips return with flair.
A comic actor on a laugh-filled life
Novelist Margaret Wilkerson Sexton ’04 finds her creative inspiration close to home.
Jeronimo Esteve IV ’03 has defeated formidable foes, both on and off the golf course.
How conservationist Ali Fox ’02 is making the Great Plains great again
When Russia erupted in bloody revolution, young banker Leighton Rogers, class of 1916, bolted from the Bolsheviks.
That’s how president-elect Sian Beilock describes her recent visit to campus. Here she talks about her management style, breaking barriers, and what she does when she wakes up each morning.
Readers write, react, and respond. (November/December 2022)
Look Who’s Talking
Director of Athletics and Recreation
An alumna returns to her native country and explores the lingering effects of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy.
Voices in the Wilderness
Jamie Reigle ’99 helps electric racing take off.
Marketing whiz Pam (Codispoti) Habner ’88 pays it forward.
Empowered pageant contestant Victoria Li ’16 celebrates positive self-image.
Composer Mali Obomsawin ’18 extends her range.
These excerpts from Leighton Rogers’ journal cover several days in December 1917—a few weeks before he fled Russia.
Higher ed—including Dartmouth—could play a critical role in the cohesion of American society.