Faces in Our Crowd
Reunions are all about "You".
Can you find yourself in one of these 1953 Party Pictures from "a while" ago?
Articles & Archives
Excerpts from "Herbert Solow:Discusses His Desilu & MGM Legacy" -- Originally Posted 7/2010
Still More Reunion Pictures by Dave and Bonnie Siegal -- Originally Posted 9/2009
Bill Hazelton Shares His Lifetime Friendship with Kent Robinson and Chris Chrisman, Phi Psi Family -- Originally Posted 9/2009
Fr. Eddie Boyle honored by the Boston Labor Guild -- Originally Posted 9/2009
The Celebration of Bob Callender’s Beautiful, Beautiful Life -- Originally Posted 9/2009
Howard Clery, a Giant of the Class of 1953, Returns Home and May He Rest in Peace -- Originally Posted 9/2009
The Upbeat Story of Classmate Dr. Jim Boen, Dartmouth '53 -- Originally Posted 9/2009
From the California Literary Review - A Place for Three Seasons: Crested Butte -- Originally Posted 1/2008
2007, A Very Special Homecoming -- Originally Posted 12/2007
From the California Literary Review - Notes From Italy: Looking Back at Mussolini -- Originally Posted: 8/2007
Remembering Dudley Millikin by Dave Halloran -- Originally Posted: 8/2007
Remembering Bill Beutel --Originially Posted: 3/2006
Bob Malin's Eulogy for John Corcoran --Originially Posted: 11/2005
Click Here to hear Fred Whittemore's Recording of Our Graduation Day; Comments by President Eisenhower and then the Immortal voice of Charlie Fleet Singing "Little Jimmy Brown," also known as "The Three Bells."
A Slideshow Tour of the Campus and Dartmouth Life (Warm the Cockles of Your Heart!)
NOTE: This video is best viewed with a high-speed connection such as a cable modem or DSL, and that's the version that comes up first. However, on the page is a link to "Viewing Instructions," which will let you change to a slower version. When the video page comes up (it's from the Dartmouth Admissions page), it will start downloading an approximately 8.8 MB file. The video page gives you an opportunity to download a version of QuickTime for either Windows or Macintosh. When you see the black video window, click the right-pointing arrow at the bottom to start the video. If you have trouble, don't call me; see if there is a Help page available on the Dartmouth website. It's worth it...good luck!
Page updated on January 26, 2013