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"Coming of Quetzalcoatl," Jose Clemente Orozco
10 things you probably don't know about...
How the “grizzly, ghastly goon” created by Dr. Seuss ’25 became a holiday TV classic.
After opioids and alcohol nearly ruined his life, Trey Laird ’93 opened the Lighthouse, a sober-living home in suburbia where executive addicts recover in style.
CNN’s Harry Enten ’11 is hardly your parents’ pundit: His love of YouTube, Twitter, and Popeye’s fried chicken is matched only by his prowess at analyzing presidential elections.

Voices in the Wilderness

Michael Piazza
Jessica Morey ’02 teaches youths that...
Civilian Rachel Milstein Sondheimer ’01 directs West Point’s rigorous classroom strategy.
Former Paralympian Joseph Walsh ’84 pays it forward.
Physicist Geoff Crew ’78 wrote the computer code that helped unveil the first photo of a black hole.

Look Who’s Talking

Laurie Tostenson
Photo by Rob Strong ’04
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Chair of the Anthropology Department
Democratic State Rep. for Hanover
Violinist, Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra

Books

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Letters

Readers write, react, and respond. (November...
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Web Extras

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An admissions ambassador is humbled by...
Classmates remember Mike Slive ’62, the most powerful man in college sports.
EXCERPT: Harold Leich ’29 made a daring river voyage in 1933. His incredible story went unpublished for 85 years.
EXCERPT: An injured bobcat blocks the way to safety.

Photo Galleries

Thatcher Wine ’94 curates eye-popping “book murals” for well-heeled bibliophiles.
A new way of seeing Dartmouth athletes in action
Eric Hatch ’68 shines a compassionate light on lives ravaged by substance abuse.
Photographer Theresa Menders ’88 covers the global refugee crisis, one portrait at a time.

Portfolio

Alumni Books
New titles from Dartmouth writers (November/December 2019)
General Education
Civilian Rachel Milstein Sondheimer ’01 directs West Point’s rigorous classroom strategy.
100 Years of the Dartmouth Outing Club

For a century the D.O.C. has demonstrated how the great outdoors can be a defining element of a liberal arts education.

Reyn Guyer
Reynolds “Reyn” Guyer ’57
An inventor on the power of creativity

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