•  Emily Mulvoy Kornegay '99
    Tuesday, November 22, 2022

    When Michigan native Emily Mulvoy Kornegay '99 entered the college she'd set her sights on when she was only about 10 years old, she expected to major in chemistry. But taking a course in government changed everything. For...

  • Geo Neptune 10
    Tuesday, November 22, 2022

    Master basket maker, drag queen, model, activist, and educator Geo Soctomah Neptune is a Two-Spirit member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe from Indian Township, Maine, holding an Indigenous cultural, spiritual, and gender role that...

  • AlexAnna Salmon 08 illustration

    Illustration by Robert Neubecker

    Monday, August 22, 2022

    Growing up in the village of Igiugig in the Bristol Bay region of southwestern Alaska, home to about 70 tribal members, Salmon was always the only student in her grade. She spent happy days at the feet of elders, soaking up language...

  • Illustration by of Bianca Smith

    Illustration by Robert Neubecker

    Thursday, July 14, 2022

    Less than a decade after graduating from Dartmouth, where she majored in sociology and played on the varsity softball and baseball club teams, Bianca Smith joined the Red Sox as a minor league coach—the first Black woman in...

  • An illustration of Olivia Goodwin

    Illustration by Robert Neubecker

    Wednesday, June 29, 2022

    The most recent graduate in our series, Olivia Goodwin came to Dartmouth as a pole vaulter, joined the women's track and field team, and majored in sociology. Goodwin, who uses they-them pronouns, found many ways to help other...

  • Helene Rassias-Miles ‘78a GR’08 (daughter of John Rassias), 2020 Award Recipient Michael Mastanduno, and Alumni Council President-elect and chair of the Lifelong Learning Committee Chitra Narasimhan ‘92

    Helene Rassias-Miles ‘78a GR’08, 2020 Award Recipient Michael Mastanduno, and Alumni Council President-elect and chair of the Lifelong Learning Committee Chitra Narasimhan ‘92.

    Thursday, June 9, 2022

    If there’s one thing that sets Dartmouth faculty apart, it’s their support for students. And that commitment doesn’t end when graduates walk across the stage at Commencement. Even among this unusually devoted...

  • Victoria Li 16

    Illustration by Robert Neubecker

    Friday, June 3, 2022

    When Victoria Li first left New York City to attend Dartmouth, she felt a little lost. She missed her close-knit Asian-American family and their bustling restaurant.  Inspired by her family’s love of food, she found...

  • A woman brushes paint on her young daughter's chin at the Dartmouth powwow
    Tuesday, May 10, 2022

    Last weekend, students and alumni from Dartmouth’s Indigenous communities united to share cultural traditions with the Upper Valley. Undaunted by a brisk wind, dancers, singers, drummers, and other participants gathered on the...

  • Three Friends
    Wednesday, April 6, 2022

    In 2022, we are excited to introduce Big Green BFFs, a new recurring series that looks at the friendships forged at Dartmouth. We talk with groups of alumni friends about how Dartmouth brought them together and how they have stayed...

  • Jennifer Tudder Walus, her husband Matt Walus and three children.
    Friday, February 11, 2022

    Jennifer Tudder Walus ’97 and Matt Walus ’97 How we met: I was a singer in the Rockapellas and Matt was a football player. We had many mutual friends but didn't cross paths until junior year. After an injury...