September | October 2005

September | October 2005

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Cover Story

Voices Crying (and Laughing) in the Wilderness

Feature

Sex, Lies... and a Pulitzer Prize

Feature

Soviet Union

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Cover Story

Voices Crying (and Laughing) in the Wilderness

As the freshman trip tradition marks its 70th anniversary, 22 alumni recall their wild tales from the woods, rivers, summits—and sopping wet sleeping bags.

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Feature

Sex, Lies... and a Pulitzer Prize

In 1995 Nigel Jaquiss ’84 left a Wall Street career to take a stab at journalism. This year he was rewarded for his investigative report of a former governor’s indiscretions.

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Feature

Soviet Union

Russian professor Lev Loseff keeps alive the works—and spirit—of his exiled countryman, friend and fellow poet, Joseph Brodsky.

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HISTORY

An Ivy League Pioneer

Dartmouth’s first African-American football player made his mark on and off the field.

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TRIBUTE

No Quieter Bed

Poet and professor emeritus of English Richard Eberhart ’26 leaves a legacy of lyric verse and memorable mentoring.

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Interview

The Archivist

Peter Carini explains how he helps to preserve the College’s historical treasures and why you can’t use a pen in Rauner Library.

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PERSONAL HISTORY

Band of Sisters

A night at the Phi Delt house, featuring a television star and the great composite heist.

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Sports

Training For Life

A former varsity rower reflects on lessons learned that have little to do with academic studies.

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BIG PICTURE

Star Power

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Continuing Ed

Carol Muller ’77

On nurturing female scientists and engineers

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