General

  • Starling of Sub-Saharan Africa

    Rubenstein studies the Superb Starling in Sub-Saharan Africa.

    Friday, April 29, 2016
    Dartmouth’s highly regarded biological sciences department—which boasts the often-mimicked, rigorous foreign study abroad program (FSP) to Costa Rica—has produced many outstanding graduates,
  • Carol Muller ’77

    Carol Muller '77, co-founder of Dartmouth's Women in Science Project, was recognized on April 15.

    Friday, April 15, 2016
    In 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched, the first web page was created, and the Women in Science Project was founded at Dartmouth. Science and engineering have come a long way since then. On
  • Throwback breweries beer on tap

    With 16 revolving taps, Throwback has offerings for every kind of beer lover.

    Friday, April 15, 2016
    Nicole Carrier '94 T'00 Nicole Carrier ’94, T’00 is keeping things “delicious and interesting.” This is how the Dartmouth and Tuck alumna describes her craft beer, but it’s an apt
  • Dramatic loss of Arctic sea ice

    The dramatic loss of Arctic sea ice (pink) since 1980 is visibile in this graphic provided by John Walsh.

    Thursday, March 10, 2016
    John Walsh ’70 is one the world’s most prominent Arctic scientists, and his journey to the top of the globe started 4,500 miles away as an undergraduate at Dartmouth. Now the chief scientist at
  • Tom McArdle '91

    Tom McArdle '91 has been nominated for an Oscar.

    Wednesday, February 24, 2016
    In Los Angeles it’s tradition for many in the entertainment industry to get up at 5:30 a.m. to watch the Oscar nominations announced live. But Tom McArdle ’91, editor of the movie Spotlight,
  • Monday, February 8, 2016
    For Salman Rajput ’14, the mission to encourage healthier eating is a personal one. After watching family members battle diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity, he found a way to inspire people
  • Awardees

    (Left to right) Gail Gentes ’77a, David Gordon, Christopher Keating ’86, Keiselim “Keysi” Montas, Chinwe Echeazu, Geisel ’18, and Evelynn Ellis, vice president of Institutional Diversity & Equity. Not pictured are awardees Nancy Bloomfield ’99 and Professor Emeritus Ashley Bryan. (Photo by Robert Gill)

    Thursday, January 28, 2016
    Three outstanding alumni working in the fields of law, medicine, and social services are among the recipients of the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Awards. The awards ceremony was held in
  • Robert Evans '79

    A small section of the Early Peoples Cyclorama by Robert Evans '79. (courtesy photo)

    Monday, January 25, 2016
    If you’ve visited some of the nation’s top museums and education centers, chances are you’ve seen the work of Robert Evans ’79, a professional muralist for the past 25 years. A double major in
  • Leah Daughtry ’84

    Leah Daughtry ’84 opens Dartmouth's 2016 MLK celebration. (photo by Joshua Renaud ’17)

    Friday, January 15, 2016
    It’s fitting that a pastor opens Dartmouth’s annual celebration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the Baptist minister who delivered a historic civil rights lecture at the College in 1962. A
  • Rembert Browne ’09 (third from left)

    Rembert Browne ’09 (third from left) is one of four moderators for a presidential forum in Iowa.

    Monday, January 11, 2016
    New York magazine’s Rembert Browne ’09, a former writer for The Dartmouth, will serve as one of four moderators for tonight’s Iowa Brown & Black Forum featuring Democratic presidential

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