• Dartmouth Reunions

    Alumni and friends returned to the Green for a performance by the Dartmouth Idol All-Stars, a display of pyrotechnics, and a heartwarming rendition of the alma mater.

    (Photo by Jeff Woodward)

    Tuesday, June 19, 2018

    Alumni come home to Dartmouth at Reunion for many reasons. Check out Why I Come Home to read the stories of alumni across the generations and learn what brought them back to campus. Dartmouth alumni and their families...

  • Christopher Kymn ’18 and Trevelyan Wing ’14

    Photo credit: Christopher Kymn ’18, left, and Trevelyan Wing ’14 (Photos by Eli Burakian ’00)

    Tuesday, June 5, 2018

    Christopher Kymn ’18 and Trevelyan Wing ’14 have been offered fellowships to study in Germany next year through the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD), the German Academic Exchange Service. The DAAD...

  • Captain William “Zack” Zehner ’09 stands in front of an Apache helicopter
    Monday, May 21, 2018

    More than 2 billion people watched Prince Harry wed Meghan Markle on Saturday morning, and Dartmouth alumni might have recognized a familiar face during that coverage. Captain William “Zack” Zehner ’09, operations...

  • Alumni Day of Service
    Wednesday, May 16, 2018

    Dartmouth alumni from coast to coast gathered on Saturday, May 5, to help serve their communities through the Dartmouth Alumni Day of Service. The event, now in its fourth year, is an Alumni Council initiative that helps further...

  • students and guests at future of work symposium in Hanover
    Tuesday, May 15, 2018

    In April, 275 alumni, students, and friends gathered at Dartmouth for “The Future of Work in an Accelerated Era,” a symposium of insightful and inspiring presentations and panels on the challenges and opportunities of...

  • Nicole Kanayurak ’13

    Kanayurak collecting biological samples on the sea ice with fellow scholar and coworker. (Photo by NSB Wildlife).

    Tuesday, May 8, 2018

    For most people, Utqiaġvik, Alaska (previously known as Barrow) is a curiosity — the northernmost community in the United States, an Arctic town ruled by the polar night and the midnight sun. For Nicole Kanayurak ’13, it...

  • young woman walking in morning sunlight from Dartmouth Hall
    Monday, April 30, 2018

    Friday’s launch of Dartmouth’s comprehensive campaign, The Call to Lead, highlighted the expanding influence of women’s philanthropy with the announcement of three bold giving targets—including a goal of 100...

  • Cheryl Bascomb
    Tuesday, April 17, 2018

    Cheryl Bascomb ’82 P’12—a longtime Dartmouth volunteer who has led alumni efforts at regional and national levels, including a stint as vice president of the Association of Alumni—has been chosen to head...

  • (Photo by Jeff Woodward)

    Monday, April 16, 2018

    For aspiring Dartmouth entrepreneurs, the place to be on April 6 wasn’t Silicon Valley, but the Upper Valley. More than 370 members of the Dartmouth entrepreneurial community gathered for the 2018 Hanover Dartmouth...

  • A Brooks Fellowship enabled Dalia McGill ’16 to travel to Brazil for a photo and video project about the controversial Belo Monte Dam in the Amazon basin. (Photos by Dalia McGill ’16)

    Friday, April 13, 2018

    Supported by an H. Allen Brooks Travelling Fellowship, Dalia McGill ’16 lived and worked in the Amazon River region of Brazil after graduation, where she produced a documentary, photo essay, and oral history examining the...