July | August 2009

Cover Story

Justice for All

Feature

Who is John MacGovern?

Feature

In Too Deep

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Cover Story

Justice for All

As the Manhattan district attorney in charge of sex crimes prosecution, Lisa Friel ’79 brings a unique blend of legal and political smarts—as well as compassion—to every case.

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Feature

Who is John MacGovern?

And what drives him to sue his alma mater?

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Feature

In Too Deep

On assignment to cover a group of eco-terrorists hell-bent on stopping the Japanese whaling fleet, a journalist finds himself ready to join the fray.

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FILM

Life’s Big Questions

Neurologist Howard Weiner ’65 reflects his college interest in philosophy with a thought-provoking documentary.

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BIG PICTURE

Not Missing a Beat

Members of the class of 1961 swing out with dates at a spring dance in College Hall, now Collis, shortly before graduation. (At left is Pablo Gomez ’61, now of Reno, Nevada.)

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FACULTY OPINION

A Well-Traveled Story

Student tastes in fiction may be ever-changing, but one stalwart holds true for every generation: On the Road by Jack Kerouac.

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CONTINUING ED

Louise Erdrich ’76

On life as a storyteller and writer

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OUTSIDE

The Skipper

At the helm of his San Francisco sailing school, Anthony Sandberg ’71 charts a new course for would-be sailors.

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OFF CAMPUS

Global Thinker

For Kelsey Noonan ’08, working with Iraqi refugees as a senior fellow has shaped career goals.

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ALUMNI OPINION

Time for a Bigger Tent

Like so many things, Dartmouth handles reunions in its own unique fashion. Should we try a different approach?

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