Along with half his class, a senior endures an annual rite of hazing called corporate recruiting.
By Jock McDonald '8711 min
A Spanish Galleon's Real Treasure
In the search for the fortune-laden Atocha, a Dartmouth-bred archaeologist sought a scientific bonanza.
By R. Duncan Mathewson III '6011 min
The Uncompetitive Society
Critics call him the Cassandra of American politics, but this year's Montgomery Fellow says a hard look is just what this country needs.
By Richard D. Lamm8 min
A Fast-Balling Junior Mulls Going Pro
Mike Walsh has coached more than 200
baseball games at Dartmouth and several
hundred more at various other locales. But
from all the pitching performances he has
watched, he has no trouble remembering
the biggest save of all.
By Jim Needham5 min
Stan Brakhage '55: "The Picasso of Cinema"
The lights go down and the film starts: flashes of kaleidoscopic
color, volcanic eruptions, a faint image of a
dancing woman. In 30 seconds the film is over.
By Lee Michaelides5 min
"You may find yourself, living in a shotgun
You may find yourself, in another part of the
You may find yourself, behind the wheel of
a large automobile . . .
You may find yourself, in a beautiful house,
By Kenneth M. Johnson5 min
Nathaniel Fuller '67: Back to Center Stage
When Nathaniel Fuller '67 played the
Reverend James Morell during a recent run
of The Guthrie Theater's production of
George Bernard Shaw's Candida at the Hopkins
Center, he could look from the Center
Theater stage to the spot
By K.E5 min
Record activity and levels in the stock
market have kept William H. "Moose" Morton Jr.,
chairman of the Boston Stock
Exchange, busy pulling the levers which
keep it in motion. However, he did make
it to Austria, according to the
By Richard A. Masterson4 min
Funny things happen on this beat. The
College, I believe, was the source of some
cuttings on Joe Wilder. I reported on his
notable activities for the November DAM.
The January/February issue then gave some
space to him in the
By Monk Larson4 min
For "the merry month of May," your column
is a letter from the Carolinas, North
and South. This is the result of John Leggat's
call for volunteers to do a guest bit,
and our reponse: "our" being Moose Rowan