Congratulations to Amy Clark, DARE's 2014 Essay Contest winner for her lovely essay, "DARE to Dream". For her efforts, she has won a three-year subscription to Digital DARE. Nice work, Amy!
Brontë Wieland helped prepare the 1965–70 fieldworkers' audio recordings (DARE Tapes) by removing personal or sensitive information through a project internally (and facetiously) known as "the Bleeping Project."
The accomplished author, Pulitzer Prize winner, and member of DARE's Board of Visitors will receive an honorary degree from the UW–Madison at this year's Spring Commencement. Congratulations! (Or, as we say here at DARE: Boy oh beans! This is the berries! Hoo-wee! Hot Ziggety!)
The full set of printed Volumes I-VI with the updated book jackets
In 1992, DARE founder Frederic G. Cassidy contributed DARE materials for the Word Tree exhibit, which illustrates words that have come into American English from languages all over the world. The exhibit is at the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, and is still available for viewing today.