Catching up with Rembert Browne ’09, who delivers his singular mashup of politics, culture and celebrity in New York magazine each week.
By JENNIFER WULFF '9612 min
Ever since the Munich games of 1972, Sports Illustrated photographer Heinz Kluetmeier ’65, Th’66, has captured the essence of the Summer Olympics.
By LISA FURLONG4 min
You’re a hotshot D.C. politico and find yourself mired in a tight political jam. Who ya gonna call? That’s easy: defense attorney Tom Green ’62.
By MATTHEW MOSK ’9212 min
How a student film critic found himself in the unlikely position to rescue David Bowie’s The Man Who Fell to Earth.
By TOM ROPELEWSKI9 min
“Don’t Join the Book Burners”
President Dwight D. Eisenhower delivered one of Dartmouth’s most memorable Commencement addresses back in 1953. Here’s the unknown story behind his famous words.
By RICHARD C. CAHN ’537 min
A Monitored State
One professor’s smartphone experiment foreshadows a future where surrendering privacy may prevent dangerous behaviors.
By JUDITH HERTOG7 min
Sean Callan ’90
A legal advocate for the Greek system on his specialty
By LISA FURLONG3 min
Every past president of the College has his own seat cushion on a chair in the current president’s dining room, a custom that began in the late 1950s. A unique design and set of symbols in needlework represent the accomplishments of each administration.
Some newly minted alums share their post-graduation plans as they head into the wild blue yonder.
By Jessica Fedin ’17,Gayne Kalustian ’17 and Jessica Fedin ’171 min
VOICES IN THE WILDERNESS
ESPN executive VP Russell Wolff ’89, TU’94 embraces the sporting life around the globe.