February 1977

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A simple mental technique... A simple mental tech... A simple mental... A simple...

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Never Let Go

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Twelve legs, six imaginations, one soul Pilobolus

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A simple mental technique... A simple mental tech... A simple mental... A simple...

NOT long ago, I was sitting in a comfortably furnished little room in College Hall with two other non- meditators and a woman, who asked: "Have any of you ever heard anything about Transcendental Meditation?" We all had, of

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Never Let Go

WHAT follows might be subtitled "The Business Mind at Work," "The ALUMNI MAGAZINE at Work," "Dogged Pursuit," or, perhaps most appropriately, "Patience."

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Twelve legs, six imaginations, one soul Pilobolus

CONSIDER their fortunes at the Edinburgh Festival in 1973. They arrived in Scotland with little more than a listing (along with 120 other events) in the official program of the Fringe Festival and an assurance that a performing

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Stepping Out with a Bounder

BOB MacArthur '64 is the director of the Dartmouth Outward Bound Center and as such he serves two masters: the College and Outward Bound Inc. The aims of the two organizations merge under the auspices of the Tucker Foundation.

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Gray Is Beautiful

MY college friends and I have discussed whether or not racism penetrates the Dartmouth campus; we've argued about the kinds of sexism at our recently made co-educational school; we've pummeled each other with heavy

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Bittersweet Memories

FROM October 7, 1955, until today, more than 21 years later, I have wanted to return to Hanover. I've been back only once — during the 1956 Winter Carnival, shortly after my enlistment in the Air Force.

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Class Notes

1948

Huck Newberry's last day in Hanover was when he graduated in June '49, and it was a breath of fresh air to talk to him again recently, some 28 years later. Huck lives in Fort Worth, practiced principally leasing law for a while out

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1959

I don't know about your groundhog, but I think ours had swine flu. Anyways, shadow or not, spring is just around the corner! And, despite that, I am continuing on with "old" new news:

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1974

Groundhog Day, Valentines, and Winter Carnival pack this month with a punch! The story according to a six-year-old nephew must be true: The clock must have been thrown out the window since time is flying!

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Equations

TODAY'S lesson: There are two teams, each of which has played roughly a dozen games. One has won half of its games, the other has won just once. Question: Which team is playing with greater consistency?

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