Stephanie McFeeters



The Real David Brooks

Disclaimer: This copycat faux biography — modeled after one our Commencement speaker David Brooks wrote many, many years ago — is unoriginal and possibly professionally reckless, but what do you expect from a youngster like me? These days we aren’t taught to think for ourselves.


Lessons in Geopoetry

Some 20,000 years ago, the Laurentide Ice Sheet began to melt, gradually thawing and retreating, inching up and up and up, at some point shaping the very valley we inhabit. I won’t purport to understand this process better than my B+ in “Marine Geology” suggests.

College yet to be invited to AAU

Cecelia Shao / The Dartmouth Staff Though Dartmouth prioritizes excellence in undergraduate teaching and cutting-edge research, the College is not widely acknowledged as a robust research university.

Odokara-Okigbo '12 channels new style in EP

Michael Odokara-Okigbo '12, a former member of the Dartmouth Aires and a frequent lead singer for the group on NBC's "The Sing-Off" competition last year, will release his first EP "In the Beginning" on Aug.


Theater group founded by Klein '10 starts third year

Courtesy of the Art of Maine For the third year in a row, Kennebunk, Maine locals are rerouting their dog walks and delivering watermelon to MaineStage Shakespeare actors rehearsing in the town's Lafayette Park.

Kimmel discusses campus masculinity

Nushy Golriz / The Dartmouth Staff Michael Kimmel, author of "The Guy's Guide to Feminism," demonstrated the male and female methods of examining one's fingernails to a packed audience in Filene Auditorium on Monday.