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The Future of the Arts at Dartmouth

What do Shonda Rhimes ’91, Connie Britton ’89, Rachel Dratch ’88, and Sharon Washington ’81 have in common? They discovered their passion for the arts at the Hopkins Center.
Arts and Culture Dartmouth Spirit Giving

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Tour the Reimagined Hop Today!

The renovated and expanded Hopkins Center for the Arts opens in 2025, but you don’t have to wait a year to see what it will look like. Take a tour today.
Arts and Culture Giving

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Daryl Roth, President Sian Beilock, and Steven Roth stand on stage in front of an rendering of the new Hopkins Center with the words The Future of the Arts at Dartmouth written on the image

Dartmouth Announces $25 Million Gift to the Arts

Before a star-studded crowd of more than 275 alumni, trustees, and friends of the arts at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall in New York City on Wednesday, President Sian Leah Beilock announced the largest gift dedicated to the arts in Dartmouth’s history.
Arts and Culture Giving

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Reunions 2024 Take Unity to New Heights

Boasting clear skies and more than 4,500 alumni, family, and friends flocking to campus, Reunions offered the wide range of programming and recreational fun it’s known and loved for.
Reunions

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The Future of the Arts at Dartmouth

What do Shonda Rhimes ’91, Connie Britton ’89, Rachel Dratch ’88, and Sharon Washington ’81 have in common? They discovered their passion for the arts at the Hopkins Center.
Arts and Culture Dartmouth Spirit Giving

1 minute read

Tour the Reimagined Hop Today!

The renovated and expanded Hopkins Center for the Arts opens in 2025, but you don’t have to wait a year to see what it will look like. Take a tour today.
Arts and Culture Giving

5 minute read

Daryl Roth, President Sian Beilock, and Steven Roth stand on stage in front of an rendering of the new Hopkins Center with the words The Future of the Arts at Dartmouth written on the image

Dartmouth Announces $25 Million Gift to the Arts

Before a star-studded crowd of more than 275 alumni, trustees, and friends of the arts at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall in New York City on Wednesday, President Sian Leah Beilock announced the largest gift dedicated to the arts in Dartmouth’s history.
Arts and Culture Giving

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 Photo, Left to right: Haldeman Family Director of Athletics and Recreation Mike Harrity, Diana and Stephen Lewinstein ’63 P’98, President Sian Leah Beilock

Record Gift Will Enhance Athletic Excellence at Dartmouth

President Sian Leah Beilock and President Emeritus Philip J. Hanlon ’77 jointly announced that Diana and Stephen Lewinstein ’63 P’98 have committed the largest gift in the history of Dartmouth athletics.
Athletics Giving News

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In His Own Words: Jake Tapper on the Power of Financial Aid

The CNN anchor and Dartmouth trustee has produced four videos spotlighting how scholarships empower undergraduates to realize their full potential.
Alumni Features Financial Aid Giving

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The 50 for 50 Storytelling Project

The 50 for 50 Storytelling Project podcast brings you several alumni from each milestone anniversary community to talk about their Dartmouth experience and careers. Host Jennifer Avellino ’89 interviews the alumni in this exciting podcast.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Reunions 2024 Take Unity to New Heights

Boasting clear skies and more than 4,500 alumni, family, and friends flocking to campus, Reunions offered the wide range of programming and recreational fun it’s known and loved for.
Reunions

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Dartmouth Book Club with Annette Gordon-Reed ’81

Learn about the country’s long road to Juneteenth, why it’s important today, from its origins in Texas and how it informs our society and culture in the 21st century.
Lifelong Learning

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Does Democracy Work?

Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Russia-Ukraine Crisis: Where Are We Now?

Faculty Lifelong Learning

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The Past and Future of the Hopkins Center for the Arts

Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Rethinking 'Echo Chambers': Evidence from Facebook and YouTube

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

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Walk in the Footsteps of Eleazar Wheelock and Samson Occom

Faculty Lifelong Learning

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My First Day at Dartmouth

Shonda Rhimes ’91, Rachel Dratch ’88, Connie Britton ’89 and others share their first-day impressions on arriving at Dartmouth.
Alumni Features Dartmouth College Fund Financial Aid

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Building Community and Embracing Dialogue on the Future of Israel and Palestine

Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Dartmouth’s Top-Ranked Sailing Teams Set to Move into State-of-the-Art Boathouse

In the competitive recruiting world of collegiate sailing, gifts to Dartmouth’s new boathouse and boat barn will provide a big advantage—and serve the entire community.
Athletics Giving News

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Future of Work panel at Boston Dartmouth for Life event in Boston.

Embracing the Opportunity in Challenge

Roger Federer Serves Up the 2024 Commencement Address

Dartmouth Spirit News

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The Ritual of Breath is the Rite to Resist Showcased at Lincoln Center

Dartmouth-commissioned opera explores the intersection of arts and civic engagement
Arts and Culture

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Meredith Kelly on Climate Change

Learn more about Associate Professor of Earth Science Meredith Kelly’s captivating research on climate change and the surprising history of the landscape where Dartmouth stands today.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Yoli Sanchez on Cancer Research

Join Professor of Molecular and Systems Biology and the Dartmouth Cancer Center’s Associate Director for Basic Services Yoli Sanchez as she talks about the critical life-saving cancer research being conducted at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Sonu Bedi on The Practice of Disagreement

"That's a feature of the American republic, to disagree." Join Professor of Government Sonu Bedi, as he delves into the rich and sometimes contentious history of disagreement and the United States Constitution.
Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Reiko Ohnuma on Buddha's Two Mothers

Join Robert 1932 and Barbara Black Professor of Religion and Chair, Department of Religion Reiko Ohnuma as she talks about the ancient faith traditions of Buddhism and how gender issues and narrative literature have affected the philosophy as we know it today.
Lifelong Learning

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Colin Meyer on Worlds of Ice and Snow

Join Assistant Professor of Engineering Colin Meyer, as he takes a fascinating look at Earth's icy and frozen locations in a changing climate.
Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

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Jimmy Carter: A Complex Legacy

Faculty Lifelong Learning

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A Bittersweet Goodbye

Isabella Fox ’24, recipient of the Fascitelli Family Scholarship Fund, reflects on her time at Dartmouth.
Giving

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Dartmouth Advancement announces launch of new website

Dartmouth’s Advancement division has announced the launch of a new alumni.dartmouth.edu, a website that brings together Alumni Relations, the Dartmouth College Fund, travel, lifelong learning, career resources, news, and more.
News

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Navigating Dartmouth’s Career Resources for Alumni

Career Advice Networking and Mentorship

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Lauren Jones '20 wearing a bright pink lei at commencement.

Lauren Jones ’20 Is Creating Community Beyond Hanover

"I wanted to continue giving back to my classmates and building a community outside of campus and in the cities we all populate."
Alumni Features Classes, Clubs and Groups Dartmouth Spirit

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Association of Alumni Announces 2023-2024 Timeline

View the Association of Alumni Executive Committee 2024 timeline for electing officers and members of the Executive Committee.
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Strong Reunions Attendance Propels the Dartmouth College Fund

Reunions fueled the essential work of the Dartmouth College Fund and brought classes together for fun and conversation.
Giving News Reunions

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Association of Alumni Nominates Executive Committee Candidates

The Dartmouth Association of Alumni Committee on Nominations has nominated candidates for the 2024 annual election of officers.
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Meet Jeff Yasuda '94, CEO and Co-Founder of Feed Media Group

Jeff is the CEO and co-founder of Feed Media Group (FMG) and has over 20 years of experience in digital music.
Dartmouth Founders Project Entrepreneurship

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Association of Alumni Announces 2023-2024 Timeline

Alumni Leadership News Volunteer Resources

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Mateo Romero

50 for 50 Podcast: Mateo Romero ’89

In Episode 1, Mateo Romero ’89 talks with his friend and classmate, podcast host Jennifer Avellino, about the things that have profoundly influenced and emboldened his work.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Ricki Fairley

50 for 50 Podcast: Ricki Fairley ’78

In Episode 2, Ricki Fairley thought she would never live to see her youngest daughter graduate.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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One Campaign, Three Bold Goals, Countless Lives Transformed

The Call to Lead campaign, our community’s most ambitious investment in Dartmouth’s potential, roared to a close with more than 60% undergraduate alumni participation and the ardent support of the Dartmouth community worldwide.
Giving News

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AlexAnna Salmon

50 for 50 Podcast: AlexAnna Salmon ’08

In Episode 9: 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 and traditions. Now, drawing on her many-faceted Dartmouth experience, she's documenting the history of her Native community and leading it into the future. 
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Magnuson Center For Entrepreneurship

Our panelists share an overview of how the Magnuson Center serves as the entrepreneurial hub for the Dartmouth community in the areas of entrepreneurial thinking, innovation, venture capital, and social enterprise.
Parents and Families

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Keith Boykin

50 for 50 Podcast: Keith Boykin ’87

In Episode 8: "Gender, race, and Native American inclusion—they were all issues that we struggled with on campus in the mid to late 1980s, in part because the scars from the battles of the past hadn't yet healed."
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Mental Health and Wellness

Our panelists share an overview of the services, resources, and community life initiatives supporting the mental health and wellness of Dartmouth students.
Parents and Families

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Selassie Atadika

50 for 50 Podcast: Selassie Atadika ’98

In Episode 7, Selassie Atadika ’98 has two lifelong passions: world travel and food.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Faculty Research Spotlight and Q&A: Climate Change With Meredith Kelly

Meredith Kelly, associate professor of earth sciences, shares an exciting video highlighting her research interests in climate change, and answers parents’ questions about climate change and the overall teacher scholar experience for students at Dartmouth.
Parents and Families

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Faculty Research Spotlight and Q&A: Machine Learning and Creativity With Dan Rockmore

Dan Rockmore, professor of math and computer science, explores the future of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and its influence on human creativity in his "Short Talks on Big Ideas: Machine Learning and Creativity" video, and answers parents’ questions about his fascinating area of research.
Parents and Families

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Bianca Smith

50 for 50 Podcast: Bianca Smith ’12

In Episode 6: 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 history to reach that goal. But Smith refuses to see herself as a trailblazer, insisting that she's just doing what her parents, also Dartmouth grads, advised. "Find what you're passionate about, what makes you wake up in the morning."
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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The Student Wellness Center

Learn more about the resources and opportunities offered by the Student Wellness Center which help your student enhance their personal wellbeing, and the wellbeing of the Dartmouth community.
Parents and Families

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Olivia Goodwin

50 for 50 Podcast: Olivia Goodwin ’21

In Episode 5: Olivia Goodwin came to Dartmouth as a pole vaulter, joined the women's track and field team, and majored in sociology. Determined to help other students feel affirmed and accepted as they explore their gender and sexuality, Goodwin served in leadership roles with Dartmouth's Office of Pluralism and Leadership, the Student Wellness Center, the Dartmouth Outing Club, and the Pride Committee.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Carmen Lopez

50 for 50 Podcast: Carmen Lopez ’97

In Episode 4: Growing up in the Navajo Nation, Carmen Lopez had never heard of the Ivy League when she became spellbound by a guest speaker at her high school: Dr. Lori Arviso Alvord, Dartmouth Class of 1979, the first female Navajo surgeon. Arriving on campus in 1997, Lopez quickly involved herself in Native American Studies and joined the growing effort by Indigenous students to battle stereotypical language and imagery.  
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Victoria Li

50 for 50 Podcast: Victoria Li '16

In Episode 3: When Victoria Li ’16 first left New York City to attend Dartmouth, she felt a little lost, missing her close-knit Asian-American family and their bustling restaurant. Inspired by her family’s love of food, she found comfort in serving falafel sandwiches from a campus food truck, founding a club that hosted food tastings on campus, and even washing dishes in the dining hall. Since graduation, Victoria's had some fascinating twists and turns in her rising career. 
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Our panelists share an overview of how students explore the pathways available to engage in research, and share highlights of these collaborations.Presented and recorded on December 8, 2020Featuring:Elizabeth Smith, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and SciencesMichael Casey, James Wright Professor MusicProfessor of Computer ScienceDirector of the Graduate Program in Digital MusicsArmond Dorsey ’20, Music modified with Neuroscience major

The Center for Professional Development

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The Value of Human-Centered Engineering

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The Tuck Business Bridge and Tucklab Programs

Parents and Families

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Faculty Research Spotlight and Q&A: International Security and Subversion With Professor William Wohlforth

William Wohlforth, professor of government, explores the challenge of subversion in international and domestic politics in his “Short Talks on Big Ideas: On Subversion” video, and answers parents’ questions about his fascinating area of research and the faculty/student experience for undergraduate students. Presented and Recorded on December 6, 2023Featuring:
Parents and Families

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Dartmouth Leaders on Life and Leadership

Here are a few favorite observations about leadership gathered from alumni answering The Call to Lead.
Alumni Features Networking and Mentorship

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David Benioff on a red carpet.

Game of Thrones Showrunner David Benioff ’92 Steps Up for Dartmouth’s Arts District

Game of Thrones showrunner David Benioff talks about his inspiration for giving to the Hopkins Center expansion.
Alumni Features Arts and Culture Giving

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Two New Trailblazer Scholarships Honor Pioneering Alumni

Campaign gift continues series celebrating groundbreaking achievements
Alumni Leadership Giving News

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Bagging Peaks to Build Mental Health Awareness

A new fundraiser, in memory of a 1988 classmate, surpasses $250,000 to support mental health resources at Dartmouth.
Alumni Features Giving Mental Health and Wellbeing

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Why Financial Aid Matters So Much

Dartmouth spends more on each student than it charges in tuition. Financial aid gifts make the difference.
Dartmouth College Fund Financial Aid Giving

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How to Hit a Tax Trifecta with a Dartmouth Bequest

Know this before making your giving plans
Giving

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Nandini Prasad ’22 posing at the top of Baker Tower.

From Statistics to Turtles: Carving a New Path

Nandini Prasad ’22 takes advantage of many Dartmouth opportunities for a career in statistics
Alumni Leadership Career Advice

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A close up photo of the Class of 1982 Building lit up at night.

Dartmouth Names New Technology Center for Class of 1982

State-of-the-art engineering and computer science facility honors $50 million in philanthropic leadership
Giving News Science and Innovation

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Endowments Support the College’s Mission

Dartmouth’s careful stewardship of its endowment has resulted in significant growth over the past few years. Why does the College rely on donors to keep Dartmouth affordable?
Financial Aid Giving

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STEM Initiative Builds on 30 Years of Empowering Students

Dartmouth STEM Initiative will create new pathways to success and connect programs already expanding access to science, engineering, technology, and math
Giving Science and Innovation

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“This opportunity makes me compelled to do even better.”

The third financial aid video produced by Trustee Jake Tapper ’91 H’17 introduces Raylen Bark ’24, a standout Dartmouth student whose scholarship assistance is making her community-driven linguistic work possible
Financial Aid Giving Student Life

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Students cutting the ribbon on a new wellness center on campus

Answering the Call to Care

A wellness center, a growing team of counselors, and a prioritization of student mental health—all made possible by alumni generosity.
Giving Mental Health and Wellbeing News Student Life

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A photo of a group of people seated at a table with plates and water glasses.

Dartmouth College Announces Outreach, Partnership with Native American Communities

Four-year pilot program will enable students to work with Native American communities on health care, economic, and governmental challenges
Diversity and Inclusion Giving News

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President Hanlon ’77 and  Gail M. Gentes ’77a

Alumni and Parent Leaders Honor Hanlon Presidential Legacy

Gifts of $32 million create Hanlon Scholars Program to attract undergraduates committed to making positive global change
Financial Aid Giving News

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From Vibrant Basecamp to a Global Classroom

Inspired alumni are funding experiential learning that develops tomorrow’s global leaders
Giving Global Dartmouth News

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The Hop is Alive and Well During Major Renovation Project

While the Hopkins Center is under construction, the Hop continues to sponsor arts events across campus and the region
Arts and Culture

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Give a Rouse for Ben Vinson III ’92

Alumni Features News

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Do It All with Financial Aid

Emma Johnson ’24 takes full advantage of the Dartmouth experience
Financial Aid Giving Student Life

3 minute read

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Dartmouth’s Commitment to Student Mental Wellness

The rising need for mental health support services is mobilizing the Dartmouth community and inspiring innovative solutions
Giving Mental Health and Wellbeing News

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A photo of the men's soccer locker room.

A Place to Gather: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Christopher “Dom” Colasanti ’90 

How Dartmouth alumni came together to raise funds for a beloved friend and classmate ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 World Trade Center attacks
Alumni Features Athletics Giving

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An illustration of a woman wearing a team baseball cap riding a bengal tiger.

Dartmouth Alumni Working Behind the Scenes for Super Bowl LVI

Alumni Features Athletics News

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Dartmouth Welcomes Winter 2022

Dartmouth Spirit

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Blunt Alumni Center

A New Display for Alumni Award Recipients, Past, Present, and Future

Alumni Leadership News

2 minute read

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Teaching Student-Athletes to Lead on and off the Field

Thanks to The Call to Lead, endowed coaching positions and Dartmouth Peak Performance are shaping Dartmouth leaders for life.
Athletics Giving News

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Sisitsky Family is All In to Support First-Generation Students

A Three-Generation Dartmouth Family Committed to Paying it Forward
Financial Aid Giving News

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From Moosilauke to Main Street: 2023 Reunions Were a Major Success

Dartmouth Spirit News

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A group of people seated in the newly renovated Dartmouth Hall to celebrate the alumnae philanthropy that made the renovation possible.

Dartmouth Alumnae: National Leaders in Philanthropy

Learn why Dartmouth alumnae gave to The Call to Lead, and how their generosity is a model for philanthropy in higher education.
Centennial Circle Giving News

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Financial Aid and Four Years of Brotherhood

Brett Gallagher ’23, recipient of the Richard M. Nichols 1926 and Ruth K. Nichols Scholarship Fund, reflects on his time at Dartmouth.
Athletics Giving News

2 minute read

A photo of a couple at graduation and then a photo of them today posing with their three children.

Big Green Love Stories: 2022 Edition

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a few Big Green Love Stories! We asked Dartmouth couples to share how they met, their favorite campus memories and what they are up to today.
Alumni Features Dartmouth Spirit

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A collage of couples with a green overlay reading Big Green Love.

Big Green Love Stories: 2024 Edition

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a few Big Green Love Stories! We asked Dartmouth couples to share how they met, their favorite campus memories and what they are up to today.
Alumni Features Dartmouth Spirit

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A collage of couples with a green overlay reading Big Green Love.

Big Green Love Stories: 2023 Edition

Celebrate Valentine's Day with a few Big Green Love Stories! We asked Dartmouth couples to share how they met, their favorite campus memories and what they are up to today.
Alumni Features Dartmouth Spirit

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Faculty Research Spotlight and Q&A: On Buddha’s Two Mothers with Professor Reiko Ohnuma

Reiko Ohnuma, Robert 1932 and Barbara Black Professor of Religion and Chair of the Department of Religion, shares her “Short Talks on Big Ideas: On Buddha's Two Mothers" video in which she talks about the ancient faith traditions of Buddhism and how gender issues and narrative literature have affected the philosophy as we know it today. After the video, she will answer parents’ questions about her research and the faculty/student experience for undergraduate students.May 9, 202412:00 – 12:45pm EDT Featuring:

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Gratitude for Supporting Her Dreams

Sindhura Kodali ’08 directs a planned gift to Dartmouth “to make sure this institution endures”
Alumni Features Giving

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Rob Saltzman Headshot

A Bequest to Help Students Seeking Community

Rob Saltzman ’76 has made a bequest to support Triangle House and other on-campus resources supporting Dartmouth’s LGBTQIA+ community.
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Brian Nickerson ’00 on Entrepreneurship, Dartmouth, & the Perfect Morning Routine

Brian Nickerson ’00 is Founder and CEO of MagicLinks, an LA-based startup that enables social commerce on video platforms. A baseball All-American, and a serial entrepreneur, Brian has been immersed in both retail and tech for 10+ years.
Alumni Features Dartmouth Founders Project Entrepreneurship

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Give a Rouse for Edward Garrison Draper, Class of 1855

Give a Rouse for Edward Garrison Draper, Class of 1855, who the Maryland Bar will posthumously admit in October.
Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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NEW: Dartmouth Branded LinkedIn Banners

Elevate Your LinkedIn Presence with Our New Dartmouth—Branded Banner Photos!

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Carlos Rodriguez Pastor with students at a Dartmouth event in Peru

Dartmouth’s Latin American Community Explores Innovation

President Sian Leah Beilock, several Dartmouth trustees, and senior administrators met with Latin American thought leaders in Peru to explore ways the university can expand its community and impact in the region.
Global Dartmouth News Science and Innovation

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An illustration of the original Dartmouth Hall with the text "From Awareness to Action, Antiracist Training for Fundraisers

Dartmouth Wins Three CASE Circle of Excellence Awards

Diversity and Inclusion News

1 minute read

A group shot of all of the attendees of the 2023 BADA Martha's Vineyard event.

An Inspiring Gathering: BADA Hosts an Unforgettable Event on Martha’s Vineyard

Classes, Clubs and Groups Diversity and Inclusion News

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A crowd of people in Spaulding Auditorium cheering for the elimination of loan announcement.

Dartmouth Eliminates Student Loans for Undergraduates

Dartmouth College Fund Financial Aid Giving News

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BADA 50th Reunion participants pose for a photo in front of Baker Library

BADA 50th Anniversary Celebration "A Triumph"

The atmosphere was one of fun, fellowship, and celebration as more than 300 alumni flooded campus for the Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association (BADA) 50th Anniversary.
Alumni Features Classes, Clubs and Groups News

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Coeducation 50th Anniversary Weekend Highlights

Missed our on-campus weekend in November 2022? You can still celebrate by watching the most popular panels and events!
Alumni Features Dartmouth Spirit News

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Dr. Ashie Bhandiwad ‘13

Mom turned entrepreneur, Dr. Ashie Bhandiwad graduated from Dartmouth College in 2013 with a PhD in Engineering Science. Her sense of hard work, curiosity, and exploration would help to spark StemChef only a short four years later. Stemchef is an innovative business that makes STEM accessible to kids through food and cooking.
Dartmouth Founders Project

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Kimberly Juanita Brown on Slavery's Afterlife

Go back to class with Associate Professor Kimberly Juanita Brown as she examines our culture’s perception of Black bodies, imminent death, and the ways these images can cause collective suffering.
Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Lifelong Learning

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A Sustaining Gift with Long-Term Impact

Patty Chan and Howard Hodel ’75 P’15 THP’16 P’19 invested in a Dartmouth Donor Advised Fund to support financial aid and student life initiatives.
Giving

Short Talks on Big Ideas: Ash Fure on The Power of Sound

Listen as Associate Professor of Music (Sonic Arts) Ash Fure talks about the experimental and contemporary use of sound and noise.
Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

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50 for 50 Alumni Profile: Karen Schudson ’72

Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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50 for 50 Alumni Profile: Wanda Irving

Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion Science and Innovation

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50 for 50 Alumni Profile: Geo Soctomah Neptune ’10

Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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50 for 50 Alumni Profile: Emily Mulvoy Kornegay '99

Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Alumni Profile: Leslie Embs Bradford '77

Alumni Features Diversity and Inclusion

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: William Wohlforth on Subversion

Join Daniel Webster Professor William Wohlforthon the challenge of subversion in international and domestic politics.
Faculty Global Dartmouth Lifelong Learning

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Matthew Delmont on African Americans & WWII

Join Professor of History Matthew Delmont as he talks about the definitive history of World War II from the African American perspective.
Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Dartmouth Alumni Council Presents Three Professors with the John Rassias Award

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Dartmouth Celebrates the Melding of the Liberal Arts and Technology—to Create a Better World

The Dartmouth Innovation & Technology Festival marks the opening of the new West End District, where students and faculty will shape interdisciplinary solutions to complex challenges
Giving News Science and Innovation

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Dancers at the powwow

Powwow and Lūʻau Celebrate Indigenous Cultures

Arts and Culture Classes, Clubs and Groups Diversity and Inclusion News

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Mary Coffey on Orosco's American Epic

Join Professor of Art History Mary Coffey, as she takes us on a journey through the Baker Library lower level reading room to learn more about one of Dartmouth’s most treasured works, The Epic of American Civilization.
Arts and Culture Faculty Lifelong Learning

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Daniel Rockmore on Machine Learning and Creativity

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

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Short Talks on Big Ideas: Jeremy DeSilva on the Evolution of Upright Walking

Faculty Lifelong Learning Science and Innovation

1 minute read

Great Issues, New Perspectives: Jeff Immelt ’78 with Vijay Govindarajan

Former General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt ’78 talks with Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management Vijay Govindarajan about how leaders need to persevere during turbulent times.
Career Advice Lifelong Learning

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Norman E. "Sandy" McCulloch Jr. ’50, Carroll Brewster and John Sloan Dickey

A Lifetime of Extraordinary Service to Dartmouth and the Dickey Center

Alumni Features Alumni Leadership News

5 minute read

Ken Rothchild ’50 TU’51 and his son Ken Rothchild ’77

Two Generations Make a Planned Gift to Support Two Athletic Programs

Alumni Features Giving

3 minute read

The Ballot Podcast

The Ballot, a Dartmouth Podcast

Expert Dartmouth insights into the 2020 election and presidential transition
Alumni Features

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Escaping Water World: Future Sea-Level Rise and How to Fix It

Faculty Science and Innovation

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