New titles from Dartmouth writers (May/June 2021)
Title IX gender equity is complicated. Or is it?
Why Mars Matters
An NFL Giant on dreaming big
There’s more to the annual Pow Wow than meets the eye.
Secrets. Lies. Murder. Novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz ’83 strikes again.
Students faced an array of challenges as they navigated a pivotal year of academics in unprecedented times.
Eben Frankenberg ’88 adapts old-fashioned radar for the age of robots and drones.
Former Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner ’78 looks back on four embattled years in Springfield.
Basketball veteran and new interim athletics director Peter Roby ’79 takes over a department in need of a rebound.
Readers write, react, and respond. (May/June 2021)
Look Who’s Talking
Dining food service director
A young fire lookout learns to read the smoke.
Voices in the Wilderness
Fisheries leader Linda Behnken ’84 champions sustainability.
Venture capitalists Sergio Paluch ’02 and Kimmy (Powell) Paluch ’04 find a niche.
Here’s the answer. Pick the question.
Google recruiter Jana Landon ’11 cracks the equity code.
An excerpt from "The Plot,” a new novel by Jean Hanff Korelitz ’83
Former professor Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy rocked the world of philosophy.
In his only game as a major leaguer, Fletcher Low, 1915, legged out his version of what many consider the most thrilling play in baseball.
Documentary filmmaker Samantha Knowles ’12 tackles issues of race and identity.