The editor of USA Today answers the question: has the press treated the College fairly?
By Peter S. Prichard '6611 min
THE STORY SEEMS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, IN
fact, given the state of college football everywhere but the Ivy League, it probably is too
good to be true if it happened again today.
By Ken Johnson '839 min
DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL
A new book about Dartmouth makes a barrel of soup out of one bean.
UNDERPROMISE AND OVERDELIVER
Business Advice From A Dartmouth Man:
By William H. Davidow '577 min
Tales from the Crypt,
Volume XI, Chapter 2.
Welcome back, my
friends to the show that
never ends. Like a chapter
out of Megatrends, we've
seen it all before. From Mac Arthur at Corregidor
("I shall return") to
By Michael H. Carothers4 min
• "Body Heat," Lawrence Kasdan,
1981. Forties film noir and "Double
Indemnity" meet Florida and the
eighties. Barbara Stanwyck and Fred
Mac Murray become Kathleen Turner
and William Hurt.
Charles Weeks's selection
as one of the nation's
top teacher-scholars for
1990 led me to check out
how many among us
chose teaching as a
profession. The answer, counting coaches
(like rowing-meister Pete Holland
By Morton Kondracke4 min
DARTMOUTH'S IDEAL IMAGE
EVERYBODY, IT SEEMS, WANTS THE
College to "communicate" better,
to improve the image held by
the outside world. It seems that
few people, however, are saying
what it is that should be communicated.
Just what image
Well, gang, it's mid-August
as I write this. Right now,
I am finding Turkey an interesting
place to be. We
have Saddam on one side of
us and the rest of the world
on the other side... It is hard to believe
By Paul W. Kuhn4 min
COACHES AND PRESIDENTS
"The advice can be boiled down to this: don't compromise athletics at Dartmouth."