AN DN-CAWIPUS SYMPOSIUM SPONSORED BY THIS MAGAZINE ASKED: WHAT'S SO FUNNY?
By ROBERT SULLIVAN '7515 min
To Dream With Open Eyes
In pursuit of his thesis, a student mounts a camel and rides into a nineteenth- century travel journal.
By flagg Miller '9110 min
The Imagination Unbound
Tales of the uncanny and fantastic refocus reality.
By Ulrike Rainer5 min
Reflections on the water that goes by the College.
By W. D. Wetherell5 min
Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
By "E. Wheelock"4 min
The Trembling Hope
"Our challenge is to bring outstanding students into contact with the finest scholar-teachers in the world."
By James O. Freedman4 min
Joy Kenseth's Wonder Room
A traveling exhibition that originated at Dartmouth's Hood Museum unleashes the first of all passions.
By Karen Endicott3 min
Tales from the Crypt, Volume
XII, Chapter 7. Men
and Women of Dartmouth,
give a rouse . . . for Barry Krumm, who recently received
a citation from his
employer, IBM. Barry was recognized for
By Michael H. Carothers3 min
By now I hope you've made
your plans to attend our starstudded
reunion on June 19-20,
but if you haven't, do so
today! Also, please let me know
if you would like to perform in
our Friday night cabaret, or let us know if
By Martha S. Hennessey3 min
This month's column features
news from two guest columnists:
Sara Burbine and
Quabid Safi, who each sent
in lengthy reports on the '91s
with whom they've been keeping
in touch. You readers sitting at home might