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Books

Stuart Reid ’08 talks about his first book.
New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2023)
New titles from Dartmouth writers (September/October 2023)
New titles from Dartmouth writers (July/August 2023)

Campus

The ultimate in Shakespeare endures as one...
Admissions testing is no longer optional.
Undergrads excel at the art of persuasion.
David Robinson-Morris joins the new Institute for Black Intellectual and Cultural Life.

Continuing Ed

An education journalist on the state of our...
A CEO on the state of the nation’s healthcare
A public policy expert on what he’d like to fix
An Olympian on the joy of rowing

Features

The author (1904-1987) on mythology and bliss
David Godine ’66 reflects on a lifetime of publishing, collecting, crafting, loving, and reading books.
A debut graphic memoir by Carl Sciacchitano ’09 hits close to home.
Nine authors share their rituals and techniques for confronting the blank page.

Letters

Readers write, react, and respond. (July/...
Readers write, react, and respond. (May/June 2024)
Readers write, react, and respond. (March/April 2024)

Look Who’s Talking

Special Collections Librarian for Teaching...
College Photographer
Hockey Play-by-Play Announcer
Head Cheerleading Coach and Investment Operations Associate

Voices in the Wilderness

Sometimes, two chefs are better than one.
Puck stopper Clay Stevenson ’24 hits pay dirt.
Astronomer Douglas Arion ’79 embraces the darkness.
Author Lynn Lobban ’69 confronts painful past.

Web Extras

An excerpt from “Welcoming Your Puppy from...
Excerpts from “Why Black Men Nod at Each Other,” by Bill Raynor ’74
An excerpt from “Fifty-seven Fridays: Losing Our Daughter, Finding Our Way” by Myra Sack ’10
An excerpt from “Fire Exit: A Novel” by Morgan Talty ’16

Photo Galleries

Undergrads venture beyond the syllabus.
Nathaniel Johansson ’18 encountered engine failure over the Pacific. These photos show how he managed to survive.
Behind the scenes of our feature on Dartmouth dogs.
More images of the Connecticut River from above

Portfolio

Shared Experiences
Excerpts from “Why Black Men Nod at Each Other,” by Bill Raynor ’74
One of a Kind
Author Lynn Lobban ’69 confronts painful past.
Going the Distance

How Abbey D’Agostino ’14 became one of the most prolific athletes in Dartmouth history. 

Joseph Campbell, Class of 1925
The author (1904-1987) on mythology and bliss

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