How can you be an explorer when everything has been discovered?
By Jim Collins '84,Andrew 's mother,Ed12 min
It Pays The Rent
Why does Ned Gillette'67 ride a camel across the Sahara, around Mount Everest, row a boat to Antarctica? Because it's his job.
By Robert Sullivan '7511 min
Taking God's Word For It
Scholars take a termlong look at religious fundamentalism.
By Karen Endicott10 min
On chemistry, Cuba, and other radical elments on the campus.
Discerning readers (of whom we
know you are one) will notice a
change in the writing style of much of
this column. The beleaguered and dubiously
talented editor who until recently
was the Journal's sole writer has
The Satanic Verses: Why Were Muslims So Offended?
• While researching our story on religious
fundamentalism, we got to
wondering why Muslims worldwide
reacted so vehemently to the publication
of Salman Rushie's novel, TheSatanic Verses. Fundamentalists such as
By A. Kevin Reinhart5 min
A SENSE OF PLACE
Lobstermen, mill towns, and witchcraft shape New England still.
By Professor Jere Daniell '55,Joni B. Cole5 min
Several weeks ago, I woke
up early on a Saturday
and, as usual, turned on
the TV to watch "Flipper"
re-runs. Then, I impulsively decided to visit
Dartmouth. Why not? I nave a good friend
up in Hanover whom I hadn't seen for
By Kenneth M. Johnson3 min
Maybe her mother noticed
way back when BetsyCrawford Ragan was in
kindergarten. Betsy likes
to build. First it was Lincoln
Logs and Legos not
just little one room houses like you and I
built, but entire miniature housing
By Howard C. Hayes Jr3 min
Well, the plan to start off
the new decade was to write
a class column in Turkish,
so I could get away with
some good stories about my
classmates. You would
think that after a year and a half over here.
I might have
By Paul W. Kuhn3 min
The round-world trip
last year of Bill andMarge Scott deserves
farther attention due to
places they visited and
their extensive hiking on foot. In Nepal on
the roof of the world they trekked in the