How a student played an extremely minor role in the creation of Dartmouth's most controversial piece of art.
By Theodore Wachs Jr. '415 min
WHY HER SPELL ON US REMAINS
In our quick-change society, college nostalgia links us to ourselves.
By Professor John M. Watanabe5 min
Miraculously Builded In Our Hearts
Nostalgia just isn't what it used to be.
By Judson D. Hale '554 min
When Tanzi's Closed
Remembering Hanover's honorary mayor and his emporium on 48½ Main Street.
By Everett Wood '384 min
Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll.
The Freshman Trip. All-nighters
in the '02 room.
Hummms. Chariot Races on
the Green. Road Trips to
Colby, Holyoke, Green
Mountains, Wellesley, Smith . ..The first P
minus, the first citation.
By W. Blake Winchell4 min
Remember how every
spring the B&G army went
on a cleaning and painting
rampage before reunions?
Soon the College will be
trying to dupe us into believing
the campus is always as spiffy as
Disneyland. Reunion is just a
By Howard C. Hayes Jr.4 min
An Unofficial (And, For That Matter, Not Altogether Pertinent) History of Dartmouth
Below, some events that have little reason to make it to the national history books.
What Will Bring Me Back
It's an easily explainable physical principle. Really.
By Jonathan Douglas '92,Richard Hovey3 min
"By transcending themselves in their work, they found themselves again in the human community beyond."
By James O. Freedman3 min
Here is the start of our new
program, with three out of
the four A's responding. In
order of their reception:
Lee Anderson started
with our graduation in '42,
Navy P.T. boats until Jan. '46, marriage to