June 1973

Feature

How the Dutch Handle It

Article

Dartmouth's Goals and Purposes

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Big Green Teams

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Feature

How the Dutch Handle It

With freedom of public broadcasting in the U. S. in question, the wide-open system in The Netherlands serves as an example of what citizen involvement can really be

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Article

Dartmouth's Goals and Purposes

In the April 30 issue of The Bulletin, sent to all alumni, President Kemeny wrote about the report of the Task Force on Budget Priorities. The opening section of the report, entitled "Goals and Purposes," is of general interest

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Article

Big Green Teams

With nine games remaining, Dartmouth's baseball team is destined to endure its first losing season in more than a decade, but for all the misery that Tony Lupien and his band have swallowed this spring there has come some light

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Feature

THE FIRST COED YEAR

Some judgments rounded up from faculty, students, and administrators

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Feature

RETIRING FACULTY

JAMES SYKES, A.M. '53, Professor of Music since 1953, has spent this final year before official retirement on a last leave of absence. Much of the time, he has been doing one of the many things he does so well, playing musical

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Article

Faculty

As the new president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), Leonard M. Rieser '44, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and a Vice President of the College, will have a major role in the important

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Class Notes

1950

For the first time in three years our annual spring pilgrimage to the North Country started under favorable conditions. As April's forsythia had bloomed in March, so had May's lilacs and apple blossoms bloomed in April. There was

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Class Notes

1921

The snow birds have once again flown north in early summer. Some of them like Roger Wilde and Walter Henshaw left as soon as the football season was over, while others took a short respite for two and three weeks, after shovelling

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Class Notes

1958

One more reminder for the Alumni Fund ... To those of you who haven't committed, now is the time; dig as deep as you can and contribute to this most worthwhile cause ... To those of you who have already given, your help is

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Class Notes

1956

White the rest of you were packing your levees against further inroads by the river, planting corn or whatever, Carlton and I made a pilgrimage north to the Class Officers Weekend. Of course for Carleton it was more like a strut

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