The neuroscience and biological chemistry major is a student conductor of Dartmouth Youth Winds.
Scientists use depictions of animals in Egyptian art over time as a guide to population dynamics.
The Department of Theater’s cutter/draper takes costumes from sketch to stage.
This year’s Telluride at Dartmouth lineup includes biopics and tales of vengeance.
Filming classmates in Costa Rica and Morocco brings Jacob Kupferman ’14 adventures of his own.
A new exhibition, “Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties,” opens August 30 at the Hood.
A Mellon grant supports ongoing efforts to build younger audiences’ interest in the performing arts.
Professors Brooks and Smolin win book prizes; graduate student is recognized for genetics research, and more.
Retiring: A mathematician, a musicologist, an art historian, a language professor, and a political scientist.
A new documentary film, “Slingshot,” will be screened at the Hopkins Center on August 8.