Dartmouth through the lens of African-American alumni.
By Julian Okwu '8720 min
Record of Our Present
Photographs remind us that timelessness and tradition are valued, that change is profoundly disorienting. And so we go on making pictures of ourselves.
By Tom Bentkowski6 min
How to Read a Photograph
Culturally loaded and tantalizingly complex, photographs deserve a place in the liberal arts curriculum. They are central to the essential task of understanding modern life.
By Andy Grundberg6 min
Working with the Great Ones
What does it take to be an outstanding photojournalist? An editor reflects on the genius of Heinz Kluetmeier '65 and James Nachtwey 70.
By Robert Sullivan '756 min
In photographs we find another campus, one no living person has ever seen.
Ah yes, spring is springing, and
the birds are on the sing. The
air is filled with whistlingwings,
and this is one of the many reasons
for which I live...
By Jeffrey D. Boylan,R. James "Wazoo" Wasz4 min
In the last few months, you've
probably read more about
Dartmouth in the popular
press than you have in a year's
worth of this magazine. If you
haven't yet expressed your opinions regarding
the"New Social Initiative" to its
By Mark Soane,Rick Bercuvitz4 min
Portraits of the Heart
Dartmouth's timeless images are framed on walls and captured in our dreams.
By Judson D. Hale '553 min
The picture I have chosen
for this special photography
issue caused quite a stir in the
fall of 1947. Very few know
the full story behind it. At
that time vandalism was on the increase on
college campuses. A huge "P" had
By James M. Coleman Jr3 min
Debbie (Burke) Williams
was promoted to director of
e-commerce, application services
at MicroAge, in Tempe,
Ariz. Tony Pellegrini wrote
that Dave Beuthel lives in North Seattle and
got married on March 27. Dave works for