March 1996

Cover Story

Can Science Save the Arctic?

Feature

Dartmouth's Productivity

Feature

The Left Fielder's Glove

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Cover Story

Can Science Save the Arctic?

THE HANOVER PLAIN is a far cry from the North Pole—until it snows. But in the high blue days of early December, with a fresh fall of snow squeaking underfoot and icicles tinseling bike handlebars, 250 Arctic scientists seemed

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Feature

Dartmouth's Productivity

Faculty Dean James Wright answers three questions: What do faculty do? Why is tuition so high? What is Dartmouth's "product"? ,

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Feature

The Left Fielder's Glove

Ms. Viola Pueggel of Iowa, 71-year-old passenger on the Peter Pan tour bus whose door has just opened to the Dartmouth Green from College Street, ambles onto the edge of the grass, profess orially, her hands coupled behind her back, her

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Article

Dr. Wheelock's Journal

Divers Notes & Observations

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Article

Space Politics

Time was when there were no more exciting words than the countdown to lift off. From the sixties through the early eighties, Americans sat glued to their televisions to witness each blastoff. We were there when Apollo 11

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Class Notes

1984

Spring cleaning season has arrived and so I'm going through every pile of "woe," as my husband calls them, which means the piles of paper that I've been meaning to get to in my free time (all five or so minutes of it).

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Class Notes

1971

Here in Connecticut it is deep and dark November, with the first forecast "flurry"of the season having just deposited several inches of snow on the deck outside. As you read this column, however, spring has indeed

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Class Notes

1985

A fresh, spring column tinged with subtle Reunion messages, to gently prompt those of you haven't sent in your reply card or made travel arrangements to Get Off Your Tardy Arses and Do So! Sorry, I didn't want to have to

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Article

The Wisdom For Peace

This month's Presidential Range is adapted from President Freedman's speech at the College memorial service for Yitzhak Rabin held November 7, 1995.

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Class Notes

1970

I don't know about you but I miss the snow, though not the dirty grey slush left on my street after a day's worth of city traffic. I miss the blanket of pristine snow covering Main Street and Webster Avenue and the

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