Whom better to ask for travel tips than Dartmouth’s smart and worldly wise professors? Here they show you how to travel off the beaten path. If you love adventure and hate getting caught in a crowd, prepare for takeoff.
By CAROLYN KYLSTRA ’081 min
The life of a busy actor isn’t always easy, but for Sharon Washington ’81, it’s the only one she wants.
By JENNIFER WULFF ’965 min
The Last Dance
Dave Gavitt ’59 is a dreamer. Always has been. Like many Dartmouth graduates he dreams of the day his alma mater wins another Ivy League men’s basketball championship.
By RALPH WIMBISH11 min
When a small plane went missing in the White Mountains, the ensuing search changed forever the lives of Outing Club members.
By Karen Iorio ’105 min
The Quantum World
Entranced by the complexity of “entanglement,” a lapsed physics major returns to her calling.
By Louisa Gilder ’006 min
ON THE JOB
Using a rough-and-tumble lawyer as a recurring character, David Hosp ’90 has made it as an author without abandoning his day job.
By Maria Karagianis7 min
Richard F. Miller ’62
On life as Imam Muhammad Abdur-Razzaq
By Lisa Furlong3 min
Professor Bernie Gert talks about philosophy as a calling—and spending five decades at Dartmouth.
By Leanne Mirandilla ’105 min
Up, Up and Away
More than 50 years before the Winter X Games debuted, Amos “Bud” Little ’39, DMS’40, performed airborne maneuvers such as this “all the time,” he recalls.