New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2023)
Filmmakers Phil Lord ’97 and Chris Miller ’97 speak at Commencement.
A cartoonist on humor in tense times
Student Zhenia Dubrova ’24 pulls her family out of war-torn Ukraine.
“I had no idea I would become a professor.”
David E. Scherman ’36 (1916-97) helped sink a German warship with a handy tube of toothpaste.
What would the Appalachian Trail be without the Dartmouth Outing Club?
Innovative undergraduates get a boost to battle poverty around the world.
Readers write, react, and respond. (July/August 2023)
Look Who’s Talking
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Voices in the Wilderness
Skydiving expert Tim Miller ’03, Th’06 shares the joy of freefall.
Diana Hwang ’04 helps Asian American women flex political muscle.
Journalism flourishes in syrup country thanks to Paul Heintz ’06.
Actor Sharon Washington ’81 writes a love letter to home
How can things change and still be the same?
The death of Canadian folksinger Gordon Lightfoot in early May led a dozen old College friends back a half-century to a cellar bar at the Hanover Inn—and well beyond. Here are the emails they exchanged during the week after they heard the news.
An excerpt from “All the Demons Are Here,” a novel by Jake Tapper ’91
An excerpt from “The Undertow: Scenes from a Slow Civil War,” a cross-country exploration of the nation’s deepening divide.
Political cartoons by Steve Kelley ’81