Dartmouth serves almost as a farm team for the Peace Corps: More than 500 alumni have volunteered during the organization’s 46-year history.
By Julie Sloane ’9924 min
The CIA career of Haviland Smith ’51 took him deep behind the Iron Curtain—not to mention places like Tehran and Beirut—during the 1960s. Along the way he invented a critical piece of spy tradecraft still used today.
By BRYANT URSTADT ’9114 min
Rhyme and Reason
The songs of Richard Hovey, class of 1885, live on at Dartmouth. Unfortunately, his poetry has been forgotten (until now).
By CARL JAPIKSE ’695 min
In 1961 hoops player Bobby West ’63 turned his back on Dartmouth, joining the ranks of her immortal runaways.
By Mike O’Connell ’658 min
Christian Jernstedt’s course uses Web cast lectures—and rats—to enhance students’ understanding of behavioral science.
By Judith Hertog5 min
“I’m Here to Listen”
Dartmouth’s expert on post-traumatic stress disorder discusses the challenges faced by veterans back from Iraq.
By Nik Steinberg ’026 min
Sonny Goes Green
A prospective student finally succumbs to his grandfather’s spirited obsession with the College on the Hill.
By SAM STEIN ’045 min
A fall exhibition by artist-in-residence Christopher Cozier (left) at the Jaffe-Friede Gallery