The College cannot be complacent in the face of rapid change, says Mills at town hall meeting.
Author Archive | Bill Platt
College experts see Clinton’s lead as pushing state’s independent voters to wide-open Republican race.
Ledyard Canoe Club alumni discuss adventure, learning, and leadership as part of RiverFest weekend.
The survey will poll students, staff, and faculty on all aspects of life at Dartmouth.
The executive vice president says the invited speaker is planning a special presentation.
Scholars from an array of disciplines are inaugural members of President Hanlon’s academic initiative.
A specialist in conflict resolution, Nolon succeeds Mary Childers, who retired in June.
The details of the pact have yet to be worked out, notes the Dickey Center’s Daniel Benjamin.
Dartmouth welcomes new faculty in the Arts and Sciences and professional schools this academic year.
The survey about sexual assault and misconduct on campus will inform College policy.