November 1965

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Graduate Study—Past and Present

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The Conscience of Liberal Learning

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An Exciting 20-Year Forward March

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Graduate Study—Past and Present

AMONG THE MANY important developments in Dartmouth's educational program during the administration of President Dickey, the enlargement of graduate study, leading in some cases to the revival of the Ph.D. degree, has been one of the most significant, with interesting implications for the College in the years ahead. In this article Prof. Leonard M. Rieser '44, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Director of Graduate Study, sets the graduate-level developments in their historical perspective, describes their present form, and gives an estimate of their future growth.

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The Conscience of Liberal Learning

President Dickey's 1965 Convocation Address Opening the 197th Year of the College

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An Exciting 20-Year Forward March

John Sloan Dickey '29, President of the College for 20 years, has led Dartmouth to higher ground on every front

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With the Big Green Teams

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Dartmouth's First Lady

November 1,1965 is a 20th anniversary also for Christina Dickey, who presides graciously over the President's House

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CHAIRMAN'S REPORT 1964-1965 CAMPAIGN

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There Is No Lack of Concerned Students

"Let me tell alumnus Ferry ..."

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Class Notes

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Fishing the Grant with John Dickey

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The Undergraduate Chair

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