March 1970

Feature

The Rise and Fall of Humanity

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THE DICKEY ADMINISTRATION ENDS BUT NOT ITS PERVADING IMPRINT

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Dartmouth's Priorities for 1970

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The Rise and Fall of Humanity

20TH CENTURY REFLECTIONS The 1969 Alumni College Lectures — III Too many people and too much demand on the supporting capacity of the earth have thrown our ecosystem intolerably out of balance. How much individual freedom must we give up? Do we want to? Is there time?

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THE DICKEY ADMINISTRATION ENDS BUT NOT ITS PERVADING IMPRINT

FROM the day he announced his impending retirement from the Dartmouth presidency John Sloan Dickey made no secret of the fact that he was looking forward to it, after nearly 25 years on the job; nor did Mrs. Dickey, who more

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Dartmouth's Priorities for 1970

The Inaugural Address of President John G. Kemeny, Delivered at his Installation as 13th President of Dartmouth College

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Article

Three Students Argue for Coeducation

To THE EDITOR :

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The Undergraduate Chair

IN writing a column like this there is always a temptation to start off describing the weather. As mundane a subject as it is, the weather so often seems to catch the essence of a mood. It reduces complexity. It speaks for us.

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An Antidote to Hugeness

THE use of size as a criterion of greatness is an American failing. This is probably, at least in part, a heritage from the nineteenth century. When the West was being opened up, we heard a great deal about the height of Niagara

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Class Notes

1918

Mid-January. Weeks, now, of clean, deep snowcover, of crystal sunlight from windless skies of pellucid blue. But cold, cold, cold. The frigid Hanover winter of tradition. I don't mind it, never did. In the old days I skated and

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Class Notes

1919

Early in January, just after our story about Tom and the Hertz girl had gone to the printers, we had a phone call from New York informing us that Tom Bresnahan had died very suddenly in New York. A full account of this very sad

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Class Notes

1923

I still need up-to-date addresses from about one hundred classmates. A second card has been mailed to these men. Please - take a minute, fill it in, and return it to me.

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Class Notes

1961

A most impressive response! It appears that the Class of '61 is indeed alive and well. You gentlemen responded at something like 8 or 9 times the normal monthly rate. This does not include two phone calls (long distance) and

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