February 1994

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RAKES WHO CLIMB

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Tau Iota Tau and Other Brassy Memories

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A leading poet argues that, whether consciously or unconsciously, we all breathe art's air.

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RAKES WHO CLIMB

The founders of the nation's oldest

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Tau Iota Tau and Other Brassy Memories

TAU IOTA TAU and other Brassy Memories Or, Why It's Tough to be a Woman of Dartmouth

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A leading poet argues that, whether consciously or unconsciously, we all breathe art's air.

When the election results looked certain, November of 1992, my friend Bailey, who works in finance but withholds himself from the Republican Party, telephoned for an orgy of mutual congratulations. With excitement, I mentioned that

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ONCE UPON A CRIME

GUS PILOBOLUS GOT TO CLASS AHEAD OF TIME ON THE

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Dr. WHEELOCK'S JOURNAL

Divers Notes & Observations

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WHALE DOG

It was not the best holiday: playing emergency medic to a 35-ton seagoing mammal.

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A Year and a Tree, Both Rededicated

After graduating in 1992 I moved to a small apartment in Hyde Park, Chicago. I was told that a man living upstairs had been a faculty member at Dartmouth in 1932.1 did not have enough courage to introduce

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"I Thought I Had It Made"

Art excerpt from They Used to Call Me Snow White... But I Drifted (Viking and Penguin)

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Sound Words

Anyone who has tossed at night while a song plays on in the recesses of the mind knows that music and words are a powerful combo, hard to turn off and hard to resist. Advertisers, of course, rely on this

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Class Notes

1978

The Big Green Briefs by John Grisham (Part II of a two-part series). Chapter Eight: Looking like a bowlegged Bob Dylan, Gary Traynor parked his 1970 Lincoln Continental in front of the courthouse in downtown

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