From New England to London, media large and small extolled the decisive action called for in the plan.
Author Archive | Anne Adams
The chemistry professor talks about the excitement of finding solutions to challenging problems.
The physics professor talks about the nature of the universe, fly-fishing, and obstacle racing.
The highly prized manuscript will be auctioned off January 15 in New Hampshire.
Hundreds turned out for the official introduction of President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon ’77 in Spaulding Auditorium and a reception in Alumni Hall.
In response to a controversial video, Dartmouth PhD students doing research in Greenland decided to make a video that would give an authentic picture of women scientists at work.
The Hanover Inn has been booking conference after conference since it opened its new Hayward Room, the most recently completed stage of the renovation of the Inn.
Michael Taylor, director of the Hood Museum of Art, talks about Ellsworth Kelly’s Dartmouth Panels and why the sculpture is perfect for its “canvas” on the Hopkins Center.
For Kate Soule, becoming president of Phi Beta Kappa is the most natural thing in the world, since she has been involved with the organization since early childhood