December 1989

Cover Story

BEYOND ME

Article

Dr. Wheelock's Journal

Feature

Putting Words in the Mouths of the Great

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Cover Story

BEYOND ME

As the "Me" era comes to an end,students are getting

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Article

Dr. Wheelock's Journal

In a speech to the Faculty of Arts & Sciences last month, new Faculty Dean Jim Wright almost made Dartmouth sound like a work of art: "Commitment to the human sense of scale and proportion on this campus" is what helps

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Feature

Putting Words in the Mouths of the Great

When interpreting for the powerful, you talk fast or you don't eat. "If you see an arm or a foot in a picture, it's probably me."

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Feature

Bob Pack's Quantum Cat

The scene took place a decade and a half ago, one of those classroom epiphanies in which you learn as much about the professor as about the subject. Robert Pack—Dartmouth graduate class of 1951, renowned poet, and

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Sports

The College's First Fan Picks a Winner

It's about two minutes into the first period of the Dartmouth-Harvard game. Men's basketball, January 7, 1989. The score: Dartmouth 8, Harvard 4. President Freedman, who is seated about a third of the way up the

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Class Notes

1958

When Dartmouth plays Yale next year, plan to attend. The color in New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts this year was spectacular, with bright green, deep crimson, evergreen, and a thousand variations elicting one

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Article

Prof's Choice

• Hugh Brody, Maps and Dreams (Pantheon, 1981). As an anthropologist working in northern British Columbia, Brody pondered the difference between maps that native hunters carry in their heads and maps that mineral

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Class Notes

1978

Greetings from Atlanta! This month I have received even more news from you. Keep it up! Marty Cole sent news of his recent election to partner at Arthur Andersen Consulting, where Marty spe- cializes in government

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Class Notes

1975

When it rains it pours, and the letters came pouring in this month, so I'll dispense with the traditional filler and get right to the good stuff. I had the pleasure of joining classmate Richard Clark and his wife,

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Class Notes

1965

Sometimes humans travel in opposite directions while trying to reach the same goal. Growing up in a small coal-mining town, I assumed there was only one path to success: work hard, go to the best college possible, and

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