A documentary made by film students about Lyme, N.H., bear researcher Ben Kilham premieres on campus.
The series, open to the public, features conversations with Dartmouth health care professionals.
Past winners of the contest have gone on to sing with Sugarland and perform on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.”
Dartmouth musicians share their passion for music with a group of fifth- through eighth-graders.
“Outpost” author and a soldier work to show the human face of the war in Afghanistan.
Julie Martin says combining art and technology is now commonplace, but that wasn’t always the case.
Tuck School of Business Professor Punam Anand Keller to deliver 25th Presidential Lecture.
Julie Foudy says she could “talk for days about the benefits” of participating in sports.
Ten musicians and a graffiti artist will visit Dartmouth, thanks to Senior Lecturer Jack Wilson.
Director Nancy Ghertner visits Dartmouth for a screening of her film “After I Pick the Fruit.”