Seventy years ago Bravig Imbs '27 shook the campus with his provocative novel, The Professor's Wife. What happened to the author after that was the stuff of darker fiction.
By Robert H. Nutt '4914 min
The College On (Capitol) Hill
The ultimate class notes.
By Jake Tapper '9110 min
Are Americans Saving Enough?
Six Dartmouth economists, six answers you can bank on.
By CHARLES WHEELAN '888 min
Puppets in the Ivy League
An international festival brought entertainment to campus. But what did it have to do with learning?
By Rich Barlow '816 min
A Few Runs at the Skiway
A small, old-fashioned hill has shaped the way Dartmouth skiers envision the sport.
By Mark Schiffman '906 min
Tales from Uncle Anton
With masterful understatement, Chekhov opened the drama of everyday life.
By Kathleen Burge '895 min
The Shape of Things to Come
Two key appointments further the president's vision.
By James Wright4 min
We missed a couple of profiles
of French alums news takes
longer coming from the River
Cluster. Margaret Spring
went from a marine biology lab
to a ski area planning firm to working as a fellow
for a U.S. Senate
By Mark Soane,Rick Bercuvitz4 min
This month's column is called
Four Weddings and an
Engagement. Like the film
from which I've loosely borrowed
the title, there is connective
tissue between each of these events,
some very obvious, such as that each wedding
By Jeanhee Kim,Anna Cathcart Harvey,3 min
The Mystery of the Rising Electric Bill
If Dartmouth is a model of efficiency and environmental awareness, why does our fuel consumption keep growing?