Author Archive | Bill Platt

About Bill Platt
Bill Platt comes to the Office of Public Affairs after more than 20 years as a journalist and editor for organizations including Dow Jones Newswires, the Montana Standard and the Concord Monitor. A graduate of UMass/Boston with a master's in journalism from the University of Montana, he lives in Hopkinton with his wife, Paula DelBonis-Platt, and their young sons Nate and Will.
Collis Center for Student Involvement
August 28, 2015

Dartmouth will welcome new and returning students at a “time of unlimited potential.”

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Victor Williams ’16 tackles the “Mobile Virtual Player,” Quinn Connell ’13, Thayer ’14, controls the device,
August 25, 2015

The Big Green has two cutting-edge devices that just might revolutionize the way teams practice.

Quicken Loans Arena
August 05, 2015

All agree that the most interesting story right now is the effect of Trump’s candidacy.

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Dartmouth YALI fellow Jamila Mayanja
August 04, 2015

White House summit culminated leadership, entrepreneurship training at U.S. colleges.

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Nila Bhakuni
July 08, 2015

Nila Bhakuni will help bring research discoveries to the entrepreneurial market.

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Hanover was Hillary Clinton’s first stop in a July Fourth weekend campaign swing through New Hampshire. (Photo by Lars Blackmore)
July 06, 2015

The Democratic candidate’s campaign event in College Park draws an overflow crowd.

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July 02, 2015

Daniel Webster's public career began with the oration at Hanover as a junior at the College.

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July 01, 2015

The Dickey Center hosts fellows as part of Obama's international development initiative.

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Students got a chance to talk to New York Times columnist David Brooks when he met with them over lunch the day before Commencement.  CREDIT: Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
June 13, 2015

The “NYT” columnist visits with student journalists during his visit to campus.

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June 12, 2015

Developments include a safety phone app, conduct pledge, and student organization review plan

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