New titles from Dartmouth writers (May/June 2022)
Tuck prof Emily Blanchard heads to D.C.
The New York Mets president on America’s game
Lauded for her leadership on same-sex marriage, groundbreaking Judge Beth Robinson ’86 joins the federal bench.
Religion professor Randall Balmer brings historical perspective—and personal experience—to his assessment of the religious right.
A fresh perspective of the waterway that made the College
Jim Kim’s visionary program has been improving healthcare around the world for a decade—one project at a time.
Professor Soo Sunny Park lights up the art world with her innovative sculpture.
Two alums provide the ultimate safety net with their pluck-survivors- from-disaster service, Global Rescue.
Can new squash coach Vikram Malhotra bring his Trinity magic to the Big Green?
Readers write, react, and respond. (May/June 2022)
Look Who’s Talking
Creative writing lecturer and novelist
Voices in the Wilderness
Artist Karyn Olivier ’89 digs into history.
Engineer Marty Odlin ’04, Th’07, makes waves with kelp.
Ukraine crisis greets Mark Brzezinksi ’87, the new U.S. ambassador to Poland.
Casting director Danica Rodriguez ’18 promotes inclusivity.
An excerpt from “War and American Life,” a collection of essays about U.S. veterans