F. Jon Kull ’88 is dean of the first new school Dartmouth has established in over a century.
“I find it so rewarding,” says one of the participants, Stephanie Colao ’19.
Nachtwey is an “insightful witness of human suffering,” say the award judges.
Thomas Rover ’16, a student of classical Greece, uses a sword to study ancient infantry tactics.
In this year’s program, the library will honor nearly 50 students from the Class of 2016.
The biomedical engineering major researches orthopedics and performs Indian dance.
Eight students and alumni have been offered grants to study and teach around the world.
“Dartmouth is truly alive with artistic energy,” says President Phil Hanlon ’77.
The Leslie Center honors arts and humanities faculty who published books last year.
The English Department threw an Alice in Wonderland party to celebrate the end of term.
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