July | August 2002

Cover Story

A Matter of Principle

Feature

The Quotable Analyst

Outside

Running With Wild Abandon

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Cover Story

A Matter of Principle

A succeed-at-any-cost society has changed the nature of cheating. Is it time to reevaluate Dartmouth’s academic honor principle?

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Feature

The Quotable Analyst

When Hugh Johnson ’62 comments on the markets, America listens.

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Outside

Running With Wild Abandon

A nice stroll through the woods? Why bother when you can run them thar trails!

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Big Picture

Mental Exercises

Students sweat out their final examinations in Alumni Gymnasium in 1922. All exams at the College were proctored until 1962, when the academic honor principle came into existence.

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Interview

“We’ve Got To Go For It”

Retiring athletic director Dick Jaeger ’59 assesses the state of recruiting and Dartmouth’s place in the Ivy League.

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CLASSROOM

Heaven and Hell in the Middle East

Anthropology students get a unique glimpse of a rarely seen Al Qaeda recruitment video.

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Big Picture

Round the Girdled Earth

Every fall, earth sciences professors lead students during a term-long field trip known as “The Stretch.”

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Continuing Ed

Robert Christgau ’62

The dean of rock critics on Celine, hip-hop and headphones

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Big Picture

Epic Encounter

Jose Clemente Orozco contemplates the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl while painting the Epic of American Civilization mural in Baker Library in 1932.

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