Students worked hard to get this year’s structure ready for Dartmouth Night festivities.
“I could not be more excited to join Dartmouth,” says Davidson, who comes to Dartmouth from Harvard.
The College will start the weeklong celebration with a community “apple crunch” on the Green.
The College’s annual Dartmouth Night and Homecoming festivities take place October 17-19.
Executive Vice President Richard G. Mills begins a series of conversations about the path ahead.
The renowned photographer’s residency includes time with students as well as a public talk.
The Dartmouth community now has access to circulating items from Johns Hopkins’ library collections.
Ken Feinberg will give the Roger S. Aaron ’64 TU ’65 Distinguished Lecture on Ethics in Law and Business.
Interim Dean of the College Inge-Lise Ameer encourages all community members to read the report.
The professor and vice provost will oversee activities that support and advance academic excellence.