May 1970

Feature

A CHANCE FOR THE PENTAGON TO HELP SOLVE SOME DOMESTIC AS WELL AS MILITARY PROBLEMS

Feature

The Great Love Affair Between Students and Films

Article

The Undergraduate Chair

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Feature

A CHANCE FOR THE PENTAGON TO HELP SOLVE SOME DOMESTIC AS WELL AS MILITARY PROBLEMS

A proposal for a Domestic Action Program that will make use of the gigantic Defense Department resources

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Feature

The Great Love Affair Between Students and Films

From reading course journals and hearing discussions with visiting directors, a Dartmouth film-course instructor describes what students think about movies and movie-makers

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Article

The Undergraduate Chair

ONE day early in the spring term I went as usual to the snack bar in the Hopkins Center for my breakfast. Lying on one of the round yellow tables was a dittoed sheet entitled NEWSLETTER which advised in capital letters at

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Feature

Project IMPRESS

An innovative computer study in the social sciences

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Article

The Faculty

PROF. Charles L. Drake of the Earth Sciences Department is serving as chairman of a committee which is planning the direction and policy of international geophysical research in the immediate future. In a recent report to the

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Class Notes

1921

Carleton McMackin reports again from Safford, Ariz., that the smog situation in that state, particularly in Phoenix, is as bad as in the industrial centers of the East. "The copper smelters, together with the cars, are making

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Class Notes

1944

By the time you read this, many of you will have had the chance - and I hope you took the opportunity —to hear President John Kemeny in person as he spoke on a coast-to-coast tour that covered New York, Boston, Cleveland,

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Class Notes

1916

Welcome this month to some modest oldtimers. A copy of Bill and Bess Hale's Christmas letter bespeaks the life of contentment they have found or made homeside after living abroad, in China and Bermuda, for so long. It speaks

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Class Notes

1918

From the frozen fastnesses of Vermont came Professor Booth's request, politely phrased yet with overtones of command, that we (Gene Markey) take pen in hand and review the situation in the Sunny South (Where the sun has not been

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Class Notes

1968

Gene Ryzewicz writes this month to remind all of us that it is time for the Dartmouth Alumni Fund Drive, and he hopes all '68s can find some way in which to contribute something. Class participation is very important. I know

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