June 1988

Feature

Different Drummers

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SUBJECT: HALF OF HUMANITY

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Rising Sophomore

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Different Drummers

Can Dartmouth attract President Freedman's "daring dreamers"? We think it already has.

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SUBJECT: HALF OF HUMANITY

Women's Studies takes a critical (and sometimes withering) look at the intellectual canon.

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Rising Sophomore

After a year on the job, is the president what the College asked for?

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Article

Alumni Awards

During recent months the College's high honor, the Alumni Award, has been presented to the following distinguished alumni, from whose citations we quote. The Dartmouth family, and the wider world, are enriched by their

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Dartmouth Authors

Thomas R.Vale, ed.,"Progress Against Growth: Daniel B. Luten on the American Landscape" (The Guilford Press) Vale has compiled writings by geogra pher and environmental activist DANIEL B. LUTEN '29 on such diverse topics

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Class Notes

1965

It may have been the thrill so many of us had in taking off from Lebanon Airport in a loaded Northeast Airlines DC3. Perhaps living through several Hanover winters simply produces a desire to fly south. What ever the reason, it

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Report from the Council

President, Alumni Council

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Class Notes

1979

Greetings. I'm sure that for the first time in several years, Burr Gray is looking forward to the publication of the Alumni Magazine. And I'm becoming more appreciative of Burr's fine performance.

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Give a Rouse for

SHEPARD STONE '29, honored by West Germany for improving German American relations over many years, most recently as director of the Aspen Institute Berlin.

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1963

"I'm glad I came. It feels very good to be here." With those words, Joel Werbel of Warren, N.J., summed up the feelings of nearly 300 classmates (298 to be exact, a new College record) who journeyed from many points of the globe

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