Amid rumors of a hostile takeover of the board of trustees, Washington Post reporter Matthew Mosk ’92 set out to investigate. What he learned about the struggle for the soul of the college surprised him.
By Matthew Mosk ’9224 min
Jandel Allen-Davis ’80, DMS’84, trades private practice for a more public role in Colorado’s health care.
By LISA FURLONG6 min
From the Halls of Dartmouth College to the Shores of Tripoli
How a feisty and forgotten Dartmouth alum led what might be called the country’s first war on terrorism—more than 200 years ago.
By DAVID T. NUTT ’44 AND ROBERT H. NUTT ’499 min
A handbook for returning alumni
The Gospel Truth
Think you’ve heard it all when it comes to Robert Frost, class of 1896? Here are three ways in which the poet is still making news.
“The Pool is So Deep”
Retiring Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg looks back on 17 years as Dartmouth’s gatekeeper.
By Jacques Steinberg ’887 min
Every few years DAM queries about-to-be alums about their Dartmouth experience—and themselves.
By Mirelle Phillips ’073 min
From Town to Gown
A childhood spent in Hanover allowed one future alum to start his College life earlier than most.