March 1969

Feature

James Marsh, Dartmouth, and American Transcendentalism

Feature

Faculty Votes Reduced Status for ROTC

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

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Feature

James Marsh, Dartmouth, and American Transcendentalism

TILLING his father's rock-studded field, James Marsh must have had little notion that he would one day set the intellectual world ablaze. But with his publication of Coleridge's Aids to Reflection many years later, in 1829, he

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Feature

Faculty Votes Reduced Status for ROTC

THE Dartmouth College faculty voted January 21 to endorse in principle recommendations calling for a phasing out over a three-year period of all degree credits for courses given by the three ROTC units at the College.

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

ATTEMPTING to ease the transition from a wartime to a peacetime Dartmouth, the then new President John Sloan Dickey initiated a 1946 faculty review of College rules. One result of the faculty's report was an extension of

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Class Notes

1958

I have attempted in this column to report on as wide a range of people as possible, not giving any one person too much exposure, but one name keeps popping up. His continued achievements have been of such stature that they

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Class Notes

1949

As I write this I am on a train bound from Philadelphia to Newark. If I arrive in Newark on time I will have taken as long to make this trip as it just finished taking me to fly the 360 miles from Hanover to Philadelphia which

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Class Notes

1918

Dropping in on Professor Childs the other evening - I write this in late January - I found him chuckling over a cartoon in which a bewildered father sputters to a friend, "Confused? Of course I'm confused! My son's been accepted

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Class Notes

1916

Last blast: If you are to be in Florida after this magazine reaches you and you have not received but wish to receive details or guidance about the Sixteeners on your route, get in touch with one of the following: Bradenton

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Class Notes

1947

If any of you have children at college who are poets, let them enter the Kansas City Poetry Contests sponsored by Hallmark Cards. We mentioned this because one of the judges will be our class poet, PhilipBooth.

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Class Notes

1920

Bill and Laura Carter are in Kalamazoo, Mich., again until lune of 1969 and their new address is 315 North Prospect Place, Kalamazoo, Mich. 49007. Mrs. Arthur pierce has moved from Harwich to 35 Squanto Road, No. Weymouth, Mass.

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Books

Briefly Noted

Professor of Physics and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sanford C. Brown '35 is editor of the Collected Worksof Count Rumford, born Benjamin Thompson, the practical scientist

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