March 1973

Article

Brautigan's Search for Reality

Feature

Sailing Dreams and Random Thoughts

Article

Dartmouth Days—60 Years Ago

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Article

Brautigan's Search for Reality

Richard Brautigan, something of a counter-culture hero, is a contemporary author whose work is seldom analyzed in academic courses. Richard Carvolth chose him as the subject for this critique written for Prof. Louis Renza's course in American Prose.

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Feature

Sailing Dreams and Random Thoughts

James Olstad, a senior, wrote this for Prof. Noel Perrin's English 40 last term. Professor Perrin, who gave him a citation for the term's work, commented: "I think him to be one of the two writers I have had in the past five years who may make a mark in the outside world."

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Article

Dartmouth Days—60 Years Ago

This is the fourth and final installment of the letters written home by Leslie W. Leavitt '16 during his undergraduate years at Dartmouth. The three previous installments dealt with freshman, sophomore, and junior years. These

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Feature

Notes Towards a "Whole Life Catalog"

The M.A.L.S. Program in the Context of Continuing Education

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Article

Faculty

Fresh insight into that distinctive academic institution called tenure was provided recently to members of the Alumni Council by Jere R. Daniell II '55, Associate Professor of History and faculty representative on the Council.

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Article

Hobbes, Rousseau, and "Savage Man"

Eric Easterly's paper, submitted for Prof. Roger Masters' government course, treats the nature of man as seen differently by Hobbes and Rousseau.

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Class Notes

1935

Chinese acupuncture. Revealing glimpses into life in the Soviet Union. More declarations, yes or no, on retirement. These and other burning issues of the day, we have them all in this month's continuing saga of the Class of 1935.

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Article

Thayer School

Stuart C. Clark, D'58: "In 1960 I was able to join a small group of engineers working on the temperature control problems of the inertial instruments developed at the MIT Instrumentation Laboratory. I've stayed with the thermal

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Class Notes

1923

A telephone call and a good letter from JimBroe who is back on the jobagain at 53 State St., Boston, and sounds just as optimistic and energetic as ever. Jim says that Bill Welch and Stuie Knight made their 15th annual marlin

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Class Notes

1954

That great big 20th Reunion seems to get closer every day, and Reunion Treasurer Pete Barker reports early bird deposits are coming in nicely By now all classmates have had a chance to wade through that recent fat Class Newsletter

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