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Senior Fellows’ Projects: Gay Identity, Climate-Change Activism

David Cordero ’16 and Leehi Yona ’16

 Leehi Yona ’16 and David Cordero ’16 research social issues in yearlong fellowships.

Seven Scholars Named to the Society of Fellows

The postdoctoral students will be participating in the second year of President Hanlon’s initiative.

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Art Contest Winners Receive Awards From Class of 1961

Lindsey Lam ’15

The artwork pays tribute to the statue of Robert Frost given by the alumni in 1996.

N. Bruce Duthu ’80 to Lead International and Interdisciplinary Programs

N. Bruce Duthu ’80

The new associate dean brings a wealth of experience, says Dean Michael Mastanduno.

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New Faculty Bring Wide-Ranging Expertise to Dartmouth

Grid image of 32 faculty members

The 36 faculty members are committed to the power of the liberal arts, says Dean Michael Mastanduno.

Party Like It’s…Time for the Museum to Close

Hood painting party

Two final celebrations this week put an exclamation point on the Hood Museum’s closure for expansion.

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jhumpa Lahiri to Speak

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jhumpa Lahiri

The author of The Interpreter of Maladies and The Namesake will be at Dartmouth May 16.

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‘For Colored Girls’ Gives Voice to Women’s Struggles and Joy

Carene Mekertichyan ’16 is bringing Ntozake Shange’s classic work to the Dartmouth stage.

Carene Mekertichyan ’16 is bringing Ntozake Shange’s classic work to the Dartmouth stage.

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Enrico Riley ’95 Wins Rome Prize

ociate Professor of Studio Art Enrico Riley ’95

The artist will spend next year painting and studying Renaissance masters in Italy.

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Behind the Baton: Jacob Weiss ’16 Conducts Wind Ensemble

Jacob Weiss ’16

Weiss says he loves conducting “because you get to see the big picture.”

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