July | August 2015

FEATURE

The Beat of Terror

FEATURE

To Build a Fire

VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS

Chasing Zeros

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FEATURE

The Beat of Terror

For New York Times foreign correspondent and Pulitzer nominee Rukmini (Sichitiu) Callimachi ’95, digging for the truth sometimes means digging for bodies.

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FEATURE

To Build a Fire

The science of wildfires often pits academics against forestry professionals. One alum has built a career bridging the divide through his work in the trenches as well as in the lab. Here’s how former smokejumper and montana professor Carl Seielstad ’90 is helping change fire policy forever.

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VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS

Chasing Zeros

Forbes wealth editor Luisa Kroll ’91 ​sheds light on what makes the mega-rich tick.

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Voices in the Wilderness

Street Smarts

Christine Souffrant ’11 goes global.

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CLASSROOM

Inspired by Salvador

At the mustachioed DALI Lab, students get paid to delve into innovative computer science and design projects.

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OVERHEARD

Notable Quotable

At Commencement time, there’s no shortage of wisdom offered to graduating seniors. Here’s what a few of Dartmouth’s speakers have had to say through the years.

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HISTORY

The Chosŏn One

The influence of Homer Hulbert, class of 1884, lives on in a country far from his home.

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PERSONAL HISTORY

Life Support

Facing daunting challenges, a wounded Vietnam War vet finds a support system through his College connections.

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CONTINUING ED

Robert W. Oliver ’82

A canon lawyer on the protection of children

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