March 1988

Feature

Is Academia Failing?

Cover Story

GREEN INC.

Feature

He Knew what Played

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Feature

Is Academia Failing?

A debate on whether Dartmouth and other schools are closing the American mind.

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Cover Story

GREEN INC.

Dartmouth is a breeding ground for some of the most offbeat enterprises this side of Wall Street.

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Feature

He Knew what Played

What to write about Warner Bentley that he might subscribe to, given his low tolerance for sentiment no matter how sincere or well-intentioned?

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Class Notes

1985

Mariken Straub's been leading biking/hiking expeditions for teenagers for the past two summers, and is now working at an outdoor living center in Maryland, helping groups of schoolchildren learn self-confidence and group

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Class Notes

1966

I talked briefly to three folks recently . . . Fred Junger, Bishop Kelley, and, Ed Kuriansky. Let me tell you a little about what each has been doing.

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Class Notes

1983

There is a wonderful scene in BroadcastNews where the television station managers are trying to decide who the best person is for an assignment in Alaska. "Jennifer is!" shouts Holly Hunter. Some equally venomous person must have

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Class Notes

1941

Who else but Frank Simpson? Nobody. Nobody but Frank, that is, would write to me with the envelope addressed to "Colonel. " The connection, of course, goes back to WWII. Frank and I were among 30-some of our class to sign up

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Class Notes

1948

Dave Jones of Schenectady arrived in Hanover with about 250 other civilian '48s in July 1944 while WWII was still in full swing. If we were a little lacking in discipline or too inclined to high-jinks or pranks, the "Uncle Sam

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Class Notes

1953

Approximatley 30 members of the class of 1953 earned their doctorates and double that number have medical degrees. Close to 100 class members justifiably are entitled "doctor." Comparative figures with other classes are not

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Class Notes

1951

Whether it's seeing the dazzling white of new-fallen show or the bright green of budding leaves, we can't fail to be impressed with nature's capacity for renewal. And here in mid-winter comes a veritable flood of green cards

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