Articles tagged with 'Features'
Jim Collins ’84 | May-June 2023
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.
Jennifer Wulff ’96 | May-June 2023
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.
Abigail Jones ’03 | May-June 2023
How a soccer kid from Berkeley journeyed coast to coast and became Dartmouth’s 19th president
Anonymous ’78 | May-June 2023
Long before he cofounded Alcoholics Anonymous, Robert Smith, class of 1902, fought demons of his own making.
Corey Ford | March-April 2023
The love affair between canines and our little college town has been in full bloom for decades.
Our four-legged friends—they’re just like us!
Claire Callahan ’22 | March-April 2023
Professors’ dogs are more than teachers’ pets. They’re class clowns, study buddies, office disruptors, and campus idols.
DERON SNYDER | March-April 2023
Civil rights champion Lester B. Granger, class of 1918, led the National Urban League—and the charge to integrate the U.S. military.
Svati Kirsten Narula ’13 | March-April 2023
College sustainability director Rosi Kerr ’97 discusses the state of Dartmouth’s eco-friendly efforts.