“Take the chance to learn from those around you,” said the student assembly president.
The most important work is students’ “intellectual transformation,” said Provost Carolyn Dever.
Board members also celebrated Dartmouth’s commitment to entrepreneurship and experiential learning.
This year’s forum features tech leaders, venture capitalists, and a competition for startups.
This year’s Telluride at Dartmouth lineup includes biopics and tales of vengeance.
A new documentary film, “Slingshot,” will be screened at the Hopkins Center on August 8.
Theater professionals will present six works-in-progress during a three-week residency at Dartmouth.
Summer Term’s Family Weekend, July 25-27, promises to be entertaining and enlightening.
Working groups will continue national effort over the next year to end sexual violence on campuses.
IT security authority Nate Fick ’99 speaks at the eCampus security conference hosted by Dartmouth.