MAY | JUNE 2020

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The Front Lines

Capital Achievement

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Campus in the time of Covid-19. 

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The Front Lines

“Overwhelming.” “Inevitable.” “Frustrating.” That’s how alumni doctors and epidemiologists describe their battle with the deadly contagion.

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Capital Achievement

For NHL team owner and president Dick Patrick ’68, winning the Stanley Cup runs in the family.



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Dad Thad

Students of the 1950s and 1960s remember the legendary lessons of dean Thaddeus Seymour (1928-2019).

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The New College Tri

The Dartmouth triathlon club offers coaching, training plans, and camaraderie yearround—including a popular spring break trip to Florida, which was canceled this year due to the coronavirus. To stay connected remotely this spring, and despite the lack of races on the horizon for the foreseeable future, the team has been convening virtually each Wednesday for strength workouts on Zoom, logging workouts as a club in the fitness app Strava, and assigning workout buddies to each other every week to stay motivated.

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Mission, Interrupted

Alums in the Peace Corps had no choice but to evacuate as the coronavirus spread.

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What’s In a Name?

Podcaster Latif Nasser ’08 embarks on a quest to find a prisoner held in Guantanamo Bay—and himself.

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The Future Is Now

Dystopian literature for the self-isolated

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A Quest for Antibodies

Engineering lab shifts focus to investigate the coronavirus.

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Man of Steel

College welder Jimmy Martell teaches his art to locals in a course he calls"Playing with Fire." Here he uses an aluminum spool gun to modify a College carpentry shop truck. (For more on his work, see page 17).

MARCH | APRIL2020