Scientists must separate fact from fiction in the ethics of cloning.
By Professor Edward Berger6 min
Fifty years after he left Dartmouth as a freshman, Robert Frost returned to Hanover to teach "his hoys."
By Jay Parini5 min
Intellectuals free us from the tyranny of short-sightedness.
By James O. Freedman5 min
Good morning to you all!!!
"Sitting in the morning sun,
watching all the birds passing
by. Oh, how sweet they sing
and oh, how I wish that I could
fly. And I try. I really try, try, try..." How 'bout
you? Those of you who
By Jeffrey D. Boylan,Jim "Wazoo" Wasz4 min
Of Buses and Bells
Hanover sounds like Paradise. Sometimes.
By Noel Perrin4 min
Happy spring, everyone! Congratulations
to Ty Tengan
who is marrying Ku'ulei Reyes
'98 in Hawaii this summer.
And, congrats to Ben
Sweetser who is engaged to Michelle Gregg
'99. By die time this comes out, Cristina
By Abby Klingbeil3 min
I have been watching Olympic
women's ice hockey these past
few days and yelped "Hoorah!"
when I saw the U.S. women beat
Canada, 3-1, for the gold medal.
I watched because I enjoy ice hockey, but I also
watched because of the
By Abner Oakes IV,Stephen Godchaux3 min
Hello, campers. Just a few short
months remain before we
reconvene in Hanover. Until
then, you'll have to suffer
through a few more months of
news shuffled through me! Hold the cheers, hey!
No throwing things. The overriding
By Christopher K. Onken3 min
John Shanahan reports that his
kids "always manage to keep the
thrill in parenting." His son
Michael, who had been attending
the University of Denver,
eloped last summer. "Our wacko is now residing
with his spouse in
By Don O'Neill3 min
Tim Mitchell is our 10th
Reunion chair, and he needs
help from volunteers. Contact
or call (607) 844-3312. Tim is
a doctoral student in theater studies at Cornell
and directs a Theatre in Prisons for Youth program.