In the early fifties, John Sloan Dickey 29 had the chance to create virtually a whole new faculty. What he did led to the Dartmouth of today.
By John Kemeny14 min
Is the College taking its environment for granted?
By Jonathan Kohl ’928 min
DR. WHEELOCK’S JOURNAL
The College's future in 70 charts and graphs.
By E. Wheelock6 min
The Case Against the Dartmouth Review
On Yom Kippur, the Dartmouth Review-an
off-campus weekly publication
having no official association with Dartmouth
College-published in its credo a
quotation from Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf:
"I believe today that I am acting in
By George B. Munroe4 min
Tales from the Crypt, vollume
XI, chapter 4: Last
August when Beth Colgan
married Mike Fascitelli,
the festive nuptials
merited three columns of
the New York Times wedding page:
"Merger-Mania Returns to New York."
By Michael H. Carothers4 min
A frank exit interview with the (extremely) outgoing Alumni Fund director.
Do you read the New York
Times? The First page
anyway? Then you don't
need to read this to keep
up with 1953. In the Times
you would have seen Warren Cassidy of the NRA quoted on gun
control, supporting the rights of gun
By Fred Carleton3 min
THE PASSIONS OF SCIENCE
"Ideas flash into the minds of scientists as unaccountably as lyrical phrases form in the minds of poets."
By James O. Freedman3 min
Every month or so these
poetically written class
notes give you the chance
I to track the gossip-worthy
'activities of your classmates.
But why rely on the
printed word for such critical news? Soon
you will have an
By Howard R. Hayes Jr.3 min
ALL THAT JAZZ
The music still jumps—but you have to know where to listen.