January | February 2015

COVER STORY

Earth Mother

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Free Beer!

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D’Souza’s America

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COVER STORY

Earth Mother

Acclaimed author Louise Erdrich ’76 writes complicated stories that illuminate issues confronting native americans and society at large. Now she’s speaking out to save the planet.​

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Feature

Free Beer!

What would drive a small army of fraternity brothers to embark on a frigid midwinter expedition—in the middle of the night—to a derailed train north of campus?

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Feature

D’Souza’s America

Following his felony conviction, conservative firebrand Dinesh D’souza ’83 has been humbled—a little—by his new life under guard in a San Diego halfway house. But silenced?​

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HISTORY

Big Men on Campus

Much is made of the Wheelock Succession. Who were these guys who ran the College?

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OUTSIDE

Let It Snow!

A quick run down the slopes of Dartmouth.

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PERSONAL HISTORY

If Walls Could Talk

You can go home again. But is it ever really the same?

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POLITICS

Rock of Ages

Why Nelson Rockefeller ’30 still matters today.

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VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS

Double Duty

After building a clinic in their Kenyan village, physician brothers Milton ’04 and Frederick ’05 Ochieng​tackle child mortality and sanitation.

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CAMPUS

Pop Art

Concert poster blasts from the past.

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BIG PICTURE

Ice Escapades

Photo hijinks with the men’s hockey team.

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