February 1992

Feature

Hitting His Stride

Feature

The Gentleman's B-Plus

Feature

Eat Here

3435

Feature

Hitting His Stride

After five years as Dartmouth's president, J anted O. Freedman appeary to be...

2425

Feature

The Gentleman's B-Plus

Thanks to grade inflation, Dartmouth is becoming like Lake Wobegon, where nearly all the students are above average.

1617

Feature

Eat Here

A SHORT TOUR DOWN THE COLLEGE'S GULLET.

1213

Article

A Nation of Gentlemen

Despite ethnic diversity, America's power elite is not multicultural.

67

Article

Dr. Wheelock's Journal

Divers Notes & Observations

3031

Feature

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.

89

Article

The Trophy Finally Stays Put

Kathy slattery's Sports Information 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

3839

Article

Freedman's Seven Biggest Decisions

A consensus has emerged 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:

6465

Class Notes

1975

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 of Budapest,

6263

Class Notes

1972

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,

December1991 March1992