The alumnus talks about his new book, “Redeployment,” and the Iraq War during his guest appearance.
Kabeche recently received a student achievement prize from the American Society of Cell Biology.
A guitarist with rock band Moonalice, the Tuck alumnus is also a successful Silicon Valley investor.
The National Book Award winner talks about Dartmouth, writing, and coming home from war.
Alumni of Michael Chaney’s “Graphic Novels” course are finding literary success in a new genre.
In a special series celebrating teaching, NPR features woodworking instructor Dudley Whitney.
Miriam Jerotich Kilimo ’14, Ridwan Hassen ’15, and Colin Walmsley ’15 are 2015 Rhodes Scholars.
The alumnus wrote about the Iraq War in “Redeployment,” which just won a 2014 National Book Award.
Physician Daniel Lucey ’77 writes about a patient of his at an Ebola clinic in Monrovia, Liberia.
The alumnus’s story collection beat out a competitive field for one of America’s top literary prizes