June 1999

Cover Story

As We See It

Article

Record of Our Present

Article

How to Read a Photograph

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Cover Story

As We See It

Dartmouth through the lens of African-American alumni.

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Article

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.

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Article

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.

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Article

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.

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Article

Demolished Dartmouth

In photographs we find another campus, one no living person has ever seen.

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Class Notes

1979

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...

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Class Notes

1982

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

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Article

Portraits of the Heart

Dartmouth's timeless images are framed on walls and captured in our dreams.

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Class Notes

1946

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

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Class Notes

1986

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

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