After five years as Dartmouth's president, J anted O. Freedman appeary to be...
By CHARLES WHEELAN '8822 min
The Gentleman's B-Plus
Thanks to grade inflation, Dartmouth is becoming like Lake Wobegon, where nearly all the students are above average.
By Eric Konigsberg '9116 min
A SHORT TOUR DOWN THE COLLEGE'S GULLET.
By CHRIS WALKER '92 and TIG TILLINGHAST '9313 min
A Nation of Gentlemen
Despite ethnic diversity, America's power elite is not multicultural.
By Professor Jeffrey Hart6 min
Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
By "E. Wheelock"5 min
The Geriatric Adventure Society
Men of a certain age enjoy themselves by getting lost in the College Grant in the dead of winter. And they look forward to it every year.
By Will Lange5 min
The Trophy Finally Stays Put
Office in the old
gymnasium often looks a
mess—there are pencils,
pennants, media guides,
and sheaves of stat sheets
lying around. But space
had been cleared away in
By Robert Sullivan '755 min
Freedman's Seven Biggest Decisions
among Dartmouth alumni, faculty,
and students in at least one area:
Freedman has made excellent administrative
appointments and then given
them free rein. They include:
The Prague Spring was as wonderful
as the Budapest Fall was
traumatic. I am referring, of
course, to the bicycle spill I took
1390 miles into our vacation (ten
miles from the end) in the suburbs
By W. Blake Winchell4 min
Happy New Year. Hope it's
everything you want it to be.
This column comes at you
courtesy of Post-Doc-Rock
Steve Shirey of the Carnegie
lnstitute of Washington, Department
of Terrestrial Magnetism. Steve,