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A fledgling student biathlon club targets newcomers.
Golfer Hope Hall ’26 takes her coursework seriously.
A new city councilor on the value of local government
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!
Professors’ dogs are more than teachers’ pets. They’re class clowns, study buddies, office disruptors, and campus idols.
Civil rights champion Lester B. Granger, class of 1918, led the National Urban League—and the charge to integrate the U.S. military.
College sustainability director Rosi Kerr ’97 discusses the state of Dartmouth’s eco-friendly efforts.
Readers write, react, and respond. (March/April 2023)
Look Who’s Talking
Nurse and health liaison, Dick’s House
Although the College made Hannah Croasdale wait nearly 30 years to gain tenure, it offered one student an opportunity to learn why.
Voices in the Wilderness
Ambika Singh ’07 enhances work wardrobe options.
Music critic Robert Christgau ’62 keeps rolling.
David Garczynski ’12 resolves mystery of lost island.
Showrunner David Benioff ’92 takes on a new ‘Problem.’