December 1970

Feature

The New Youth Culture

Feature

The Outward Bound Term

Article

Big Green Teams

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Feature

The New Youth Culture

"In and of itself, campus unrest is not a 'problem' and requires no 'solution.' The existence of dissenting opinion and voices is simply a social condition, a fact of modern life..."

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The Outward Bound Term

A rugged outdoor regimen, involving isolation and self-reliance, seeks to fill a void in contemporary education

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Article

Big Green Teams

Bob Blackman spent the final three weeks of the 1970 football season dodging the question, "How good is this Dartmouth team?"

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Feature

Trustees Reenact 1770 Board Meeting

ON the 200th anniversary, to the day, of the first meeting of the Dartmouth Board of Trustees, held at the Wyman Tavern, Keene, N. H., on October 22, 1770, the Trustees of the College gathered there again for a meeting that

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Article

Faculty

World attention was focused last month on the Green Revolution when the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Dr. Norman E. Borlaug, an American agronomist working in Mexico, who developed a hybrid form of wheat. It is enabling

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The Undergraduate Chair

Houseparties weekend has come and gone with the usual flood of recent graduates racing back to partake in the communion of undergraduate existence. Dave said, "It's the best time of your life," and I guess he should know.

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Ramon Guthrie's New Poem

There is a great man at Dartmouth: Ramon Guthrie, a poet that many Dartmouth alumni may not know about. His new book, Maximum SecurityWard, is being published this month by Farrar, Straus & Giroux. It is a long poem, some 3000

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Class Notes

1958

The big news here is that the Yusen's entry for the class of 1992 arrived on October 18 in the person of Jonathan Mark. At 7 lbs. 12 oz. and three and a half weeks early we feel we may be able to contribute a little hefty talent

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1934

For openers in this month of auld lang syne and a' that, here's a report from '34's Original Man Who, Bill Scherman, on the gathering of the clan in Hanover (N. H.) on October 9-10:

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Class Notes

1944

My editor gave me a deadline reprieve so that I could include the results of some of the political campaigns around the country. I cheered all night in front of the Tube, but alas, our man in Congress, Clark MacGregor lost out

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