Sixty years ago the U.S. Army activated it’s famed 10th Mountain Division, and Dartmouth outdoorsman eagerly signed up.
By EDWARD A. NICKERSON ’498 min
Funny Girl, Badly Drawn
With rough strokes of a poorly wielded pen, a student cartoonist delivers a dead-on picture of life at Dartmouth.
By Karen Endicott2 min
Dr. C. Everett Koop ’37 has taken a beating in the national media lately. But the former Surgeon General remains a formidable force when it comes to speaking out on doctors, dot-coms and the health of the nation.
By JULIE LOW ’92, M.D.21 min
In an excerpt from his new book, The Virtue of Prosperity, Dinesh D’Souza ’83 turns himself into an anthropologist to study the tribal inhabitants of Silicon Valley.
By DINESH D'SOUZA13 min
In 1937 Dartmouth ski coach Walter Prager explained the significance of Winter Carnival: “It is more than a winter sports show; it is the spirit of the student body.”
By Karen Endicott1 min
My housemate was a pig. Literally. But it taught me plenty about the fullness of life.
By Brian Schott ’936 min
The Next Frontier
Now is the time for the space program to take the next giant leap for mankind.
By Jay C. Buckey Jr.4 min
The Answers Are Blowin’ in the Wind
An English seminar rocks and rolls with the poetry of Bob Dylan.
By Karen Endicott5 min
Lost in Cyberspace?
The College needs to take advantage of the full promise of interactive education.