How a soccer kid from Berkeley journeyed coast to coast and became Dartmouth’s 19th president
Lawyer, environmentalist, and river rat Dan Reicher ’78 steered a disparate group of stakeholders toward common ground—and an unlikely treaty for America’s hydroelectric future.
“We Are Your Only Hope”
When pilot Nathaniel Johansson ’18 had to ditch in the Pacific, no problem. The real nightmare came during a frantic rescue operation to pluck him from the ocean.
Wrestling With a Dragon
Long before he cofounded Alcoholics Anonymous, Robert Smith, class of 1902, fought demons of his own making.
Mike Gillis ’12 slices and dices the news as head writer at ‘The Onion.’
Seen & HeardAlumni in the News
JoRee LaFrance ’17
Zaneta Thayer ’08
Steven Fox ’00
Ben Vinson III ’92
Eleni Kounalakis ’89
Pilot Nathaniel Johansson ’18 had to ditch his plane in the Pacific Ocean after the engine failed at 28,000 feet. What followed was a harrowing night in a lifeboat and a frantic rescue operation to pluck him and his co-pilot from the sea. Read the full story here.