THE DEAN of rock critics is even older than MICK JAGGER . Now he must come to terms with DEATH METAL.
By BILL GIFFORD '8818 min
The author NEARLY got himself KILLED on the LAST commercial sailing VOYAGE around Cape Horn. WORST of all , DEAN NEIDLINGER was NOT amused.
By WILLIAM F. STARK '5013 min
The Last Game
What is so rare as a real baseball day in Hanover?
Dartmouth baseball boasts association with all sorts of worthies..
major leaguers like Red Rolfe '31, Chief Meyers
'07, and Pete Broberg '72, as well as a former Yale first
By Bill Littlefield8 min
Schools for the Twenty-First Century
agree that our
schools are in trouble.
Yet, oddly enough, the
story of what has happened to the
American education system in the
second half of the twentieth century
is not one of failure and decline but
By Professor Faith Dunne5 min
Dr. Wheelock's Journal
Divers Notes & Observations
By "E. Wheelock"4 min
Nothing Less Than a Hero
"The Dartmouth we know today is in significant part the result of John Kemeny's standing where he did and for what he did."
By James O. Freedman4 min
It figures that, with only
three more columns to write
on this class secretary gig,
I'd suddenly get deluged
with news. Perhaps the impending
some of you to write. (You can still sign up.)
Before we get
By Chuck Young3 min
[The following column shouldhave run in the February issuebut apparently got "lost in theether" when it was faxed to theAlmnni Magazine.]
By W. Blake Winchell3 min
Once in a while I have a slow
mail month, and then along
comes a nice long letter with
tons news, such as Jessica Silver Hayden's. She and
husband Will Hayden '88
bought a townhouse in Rockville, Md., last
June, and "now we
By John Araisohn3 min
It's April, and a young man's
thoughts naturally turn to
... taxes. So we dedicate this
column to those classmates
engaged in the noble pursuit
of making money by
helping others make money.