October 1991

Feature

MENCKEN UNBOXED

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HONEST TO GOD ACCOMMODATION

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RUNNING ON IDEAS

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MENCKEN UNBOXED

WHY WOULD THE SAGE OF BALTIMORE GIVE A MILLION WOODS TO DARTMOUTH?

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HONEST TO GOD ACCOMMODATION

WHY IS IT IMPORTANT for Dartmouth to educate a diverse student body? That question the issue of whom Dartmouth educates goes to the very purpose of the College. And the question of whom American higher education serves

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RUNNING ON IDEAS

With little money, almost no name recognition, and a serious charisma deficit, Presidential candidate Paul Tsongas '62 is

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DR. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL

The College gets a new chem building in '92 and 900 '95s get a new "sense of place."

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The Masked Stork

Launching a Cult of Apathy, a student found few passionate followers.

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"Like Walking Along an Arrete."

Three Analogies that Dartmouth's Chemistry Department Uses to Describe the Delicate Balance Between leaching and Research: Albert W. Smith Professor of Chemisry Emeritus Walter H. Stockmayer

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Class Notes

1988

There's nothing nicer than houseguests, and certainly no one more deserving of mention in Class Notes. Two '88s made the pilgrimage to Concord this summer: Jon Danziger and Ken Keen, the latter of whom is still the '88

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OPEN SESAME

Finally, the West gets a glimpse of Arabic literary riches.

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Class Notes

1960

In a couple of weeks, you will receive a class dues notice. Don't throw it away. Write a check and send it back. It's only $30, and it pays for your subscription to the Alumni Mag (which just won an award as the top such

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Class Notes

1980

When he's not selling balloon catheters for Advanced Cardiovascular Systems of Menlo Park, Calif., Drew Dougherty is being his usual daredevil self. He recendy scaled California's Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the

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