With an intriguing blend of ideology and pragmatism, former Dartmouth Review editor Harmeet Dhillon ’89 leads the Republican party in one of the nation’s most liberal cities.
By BRUCE ANDERSON12 min
Let There Be Color
Everything was once black and white. Photographer Joel Sternfeld ’65 didn’t know any better.
By SEAN PLOTTNER3 min
Dispatches from the Civil War
Noble efforts, questionable calls and daring deeds by Dartmouth alumni in the War Between the States.
By LAUREN VESPOLI ’131 min
ON THE JOB
For accidental farmer Chuck Wooster ’89, raising crops on his 100 acres in Vermont is all about cultivating community.
By Lauren Vespoli ’135 min
Ties that Bind
He had wealth, ambition and the right name. The only thing Governor and Vice President Nelson Rockefeller ’30 needed was a little help from his college chums.
By C.J. Hughes '929 min
Tanner Glass ’07 shoots, skates and brawls his way through an abbreviated NHL season.
By ELLIOT OLSHANSKY ’046 min
Appeal to the Great Spirit by Cyrus Dallin has stood as the cast bronze centerpiece of Baker Library’s Tower Room since Leslie Snow, class of 1886, gave it to the College in 1928.
By Lee Michaelides1 min
Fred Rogers ’50 (1928-2003)
TV’s favorite neighbor on finding your inner child
Rank and File
It’s well known that Dartmouth annually finishes atop the “Best Schools for Undergraduate Teaching” in U.S. News & World Report. But do you know where the College ranks in “hotness” or where it stands on the stress meter? Here's a sampling of recent rankings in a variety of areas.
By SVATI NARULA ’131 min
SEEN AND HEARD
Alumni making headlines around the world
By BONNIE BARBER5 min
Known as “Americas Doctor,” the great Dr. C. Everett Koop ’37 died at home in Hanover in February at age 96.