May 1982

Feature

What keeps them going? A 'Mystic Glue' Perhaps

Feature

Terrorism and the Niceties of Justice

Feature

Impacts simply positive

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Feature

What keeps them going? A 'Mystic Glue' Perhaps

It is too happy a coincidence to ignore the fact that Pilobolus Dance Theatre and the Concord String Quartet, the two premiere arts groups with Dartmouth connections, are both celebrating their tenth anniversaries during

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Feature

Terrorism and the Niceties of Justice

If I call a man a "terrorist," I make a sort of moral judgment that he is not an ordinary criminal and that laws appropriate for ordinary criminals may not be well adapted to deal with him. Although terrorism is an ancient

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Impacts simply positive

Dartmouth likes people who will make a "positive impact on society." Interpreting that in a broad, genial way, we offer in the following pages of some of our own nominations for good, better, best. In recognition of a current student

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Article

In the Wide, Wide World

How the Other Half Was Lived

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Class Notes

1964

Paul Brown is head of the Department of Psychology of the State University of New York at New Paltz. This year he has gone on leave to work as a consultant to I.B.M. in the area of productivity and quality. He has a book

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Class Notes

1954

John Pratt, who chairs the English Department at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo., recently returned from Leningrad, where he participated in a Fulbright Lectureship for a period of four months.

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Article

Dartmouth Authors

George Winchester Stone Jr. '30, ed., The Stage and the Page: London's "Whole Show" in the Eighteenth-Century Theatre. University of California Press, 1981. 251 pp. A collection of essays by 12 scholars of the 18th-century London

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Checking the Competition

"Nobody knows what's going on in chaplaincies," said Warner Traynham '57, dean of Dartmouth's Tucker Foundation and chaplain of the College, "so I decided to take a sabbatical and find out." Traynham recently returned from a

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Class Notes

1959

Bill Colehower's formidable group of class agents is hard at work on this year's Alumni Fund campaign. Jack Nason reported in his recent letter to each classmate concerning the campaign that 1959 "has geared up considerably for

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Class Notes

1948

As these notes are being written in early April, Hanover is gradually moving into spring as one of the finest snow winters in many years draws to a reluctant close. There is still snow on the ground, but rivulets of water have

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