April 1968

Feature

Financial Gaposis?

Feature

The DOC: A Learning Experience

Article

Nick Jacobson '35, Playwright

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Feature

Financial Gaposis?

A projection of Dartmouth's budget ten years hence and some estimates of where the money might come from

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Feature

The DOC: A Learning Experience

PRESIDENT DICKEY has often said to the undergraduates of Dartmouth, "Your business here is learning." The Dartmouth Outing Club completely endorses this philosophy. In the four years separating the entering freshman from his

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Article

Nick Jacobson '35, Playwright

NINE years ago a young graduate of the College read some of his poems at a movable feast in the living room of the Poet in Residence, Dick Eberhart '26. One was concerned with problems confronting the first man on earth.

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Class Notes

1947

To follow the theme of the opening paragraph of the last series of class notes we should comment on an outstanding impression of Hanover in April. However, we must admit that April rings no bell and seems to be remembered as a

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

AN unfulfilled spring thaw in the middle of February was accompanied by Dartmouth's first (or, at least, first known) drug case and also renewed agitation for changes in the social code. As with all unexpected thaws, winter soon

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Class Notes

1940

We are indeed fortunate in having DeJones as guest editor this month. De agreed to filling in when it became apparent that my vacation plans conflicted with the MAGAZINE deadline, so while I'll be living it up on the rum-soaked

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Class Notes

1916

Since George Smith was unable to get to the New York dinner on February 1, Dick Psrkhurst and Joe Newmark thoughtfully went down to Greenwich Village the next morning and visited with him. Dick even took along a packet of

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Class Notes

1951

By now all of you have received the first mailing on this year's Alumni Fund campaign. Last fall you received a mailing about the College's Third Century Fund with its $51,000,000 goal.

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Article

A Tale of Economic Adventure: The Daily DBuys a Press

LASTIAST fall, The Dartmouth joined the small group of college newspapers that own and operate their own plants. The immediate reason for the acquisition of equipment was an eviction notice from our then current printer. The

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Class Notes

1918

GOLDEN ROUND-UP June 14, 15, 16

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