After years of hype, the personal computer is becoming more than an expensive typewriter.
By Paul Susca '807 min
THE NATURE OF REALITY
Physicist Pipes on the view from the atom.
By Bruce Pipes,Karen Endicott6 min
Drawing and sketches return to Dartmouth.
George D. Snell '26, Search for a
Rational Ethic (Springer-Verlag)
Snell, recipient of the Nobel Prize in
1980 for his work in genetics and immunology
of tissue transplantation,
examines morality and ethics from
The Legacy of Hanover's Father Hodder
During the 1950s 15 to 20 Dartmouth
students gathered each
afternoon at the rectory of St.
Thomas Episcopal Church on West
Wheelock Street. There Father
Leslie Hodder-and his wife,
Phebe-led discussions on a wide
By Gil Tanis '384 min
Folks, I'm indeed sorry to
report that some of you
seem to be real pains in the
tush for our tireless class
treasurer, Jim Aukerman.
A surprising number of you,
in fact, expect to continue reading the drivel
By Thomas L. Avery,4 min
It is still onward and upward
in their professions
for many '54s. Textron
Inc. announced the election
of Maurice G. Wilkins Jr. to the position of
executive vice president of corporate development.
"Will" will be
By Fredrick Alpert,4 min
I know that most of you
are looking forward to
our upcoming reunion.
The thought of spending
time in Hanover with old
friends, new friends, and
people who you're sure you knew but can't
remember is thrilling to