Portraits from the pitch capture women’s rugby players as they prep for nationals.
By MICHAEL GILLIS ’123 min
In the Blink of an Eye
On the salt flats and off, speed demon Charles Nearburg ’72, TH’74, knows how life can change.
By BRAD PARKS '9611 min
A House United
When five alums tried to keep a black pledge from joining their fraternity in 1956, the young men of Delta Upsilon stood together.
By Michael Lasser ’5710 min
Speaking to the Future
Once considered an exotic language to learn, students now view Chinese as a practical pursuit.
By Judith Hertog6 min
ON THE JOB
Bronx public defender Mary Anne Mendenhall ’02 fights an uphill battle against the unintended consequences of foster care.
By C.J. Hughes ’926 min
The Cutting Edge
A behind-the-scenes look at how the Kim administration faced down a two-year, $100-million budget deficit to position Dartmouth for future growth.
By JULIE SLOANE ’9924 min
Call Me Kook
A 45-year-old boy grabs a board, heads to the coast and falls in love with the perfect wave.
By Peter heller ’826 min
Karen (Jennings) Lewis ’74
Chicago’s teachers’ union leader on education reform
By Lisa Furlong3 min
The “Happy” Swindler
Thanks to a turn-of-the-century alum known for his shady dealings, a New Jersey homebuyer got just what he wanted—a home with history.
By John Grossman ’735 min
The digital age has brought about a decline in letters delivered to the 4,970 student boxes at the College post office. Mail handlers, however, remain busy: The number of incoming parcels has grown by 10 percent annually.