Homecoming is just days away!
October 2-3, 2020
 

Don’t miss this chance to gather online with fellow Dartmouth alumni for the most global and diverse Homecoming ever.

Join us from the comfort of your own personal “basecamp to the world” to take part in an engaging lineup of creative, thoughtful, and entertaining events.

Dartmouth Night Watch Party
Watch this space Friday, Oct. 2 7–8 p.m.

Pull up your comfy chair—Dartmouth Night is on the air!

Cross stitch illustration of a television: Stay Tuned

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Do you have a favorite photo from a past Dartmouth Night? Want to welcome our incoming Class of 2024 or just show your school spirit?

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Homecoming Events

  • Oct
    02
    Online, Hanover, NH
    3:00pm to 4:30pm EDT

    Do you have a child who is starting to think about applying to college? If so, please join us for our workshop "Navigating College Admissions" with Lee Coffin, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid and Meg Lysy,...

  • Oct
    02
    Online, Hanover, NH
    4:45pm to 5:45pm EDT

    In recent years, museums have been confronted with their colonial legacies and exclusionary practices. In this unprecedented era of COVID-19, mass protests, and the #BlackLivesMatter movement for racial equity, social justice, and...

  • Oct
    02
    Dartmouth Parade
    Online, Hanover, NH
    7:00pm to 8:00pm EDT

    Though we cannot gather in person, let Dartmouth traditions live on.  Join us as we welcome the Class of ‘24 during a virtual Homecoming celebration which will include a parade, remarks from...

  • Oct
    02
    Zoom, Online, Hanover, NH
    8:00pm to 10:00pm EDT

    Among the virtual parade, Dartmouth Night, and faculty lectures, join fellow alumni for virtual alumni gatherings hosted by classes, clubs, and groups.  Look for more information from your volunteer leaders.

  • Oct 03 to Oct 04
    Online, Hanover, NH
    All day

    This recorded session brings together local and national politicians and advocates in a provocative discussion on the challenges of diversity in representation among leadership in our communities and across our nation....

  • Oct
    03
    Online, Hanover, NH
    10:00am to 11:00am EDT

    Linda Fowler, Professor of Government, Emerita  The framers' fear of factions caused them to divide political power in many ways to prevent its concentration in the hands of a demagogue.  One such safeguard was the...

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