Why do americans sue so much? Why is one of the original liberal arts obsure and maligned today? Some rhetorical answers... The case for reviving rhetoric.
By Jay Heinrichs21 min
A casual tip about a one-dollar novel put the author in distant orbit around some big (and listen, we're talking really big) stars.
By ROBERT SULLIVAN '7511 min
In cross-country skiing, sometimes you have to coach by the seat of the pants.
By John Morton5 min
Singing for Walter
ago a group of people gathered in Faculty Lounge to celebrate the
birthday of Professor Emeritus Walter Arndt. A number read from
Arndt's own world-famous translations, though a few others had
By Sydney Lea5 min
The Idealist a Leader
"Our need for heroes is as timely as our most recent moment of personal doubt or despair."
By James O. Freedman4 min
Imagining the Orient
Beyond the Taj Mahal and the Temple of Doom lie the truer portraits of India.
By Douglas Haynes4 min
Happy New Year, troops. As
we move collectively into the
Clinton Era, here are a
couple of gentle reminders
[for your careful consideration:
By Kenneth M. Johnson3 min
Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
By "E. Wheelock"3 min
Newsletter Editor Howie Leavitt
reported our successful mini
October 16-18. Briefly then,
the principal players were
Pauline and Bob Field, who
again handled the logistics admirably; Bud Kast,
By Charlie Cusack3 min
I've definitely fallen from the
good graces of the Dartmouth Development
Department (I affectionately
call them "DreaD"). The
loyal readers among you will
remember a shockingly witty class notes I
wrote about six months ago