The 2012 Dartmouth United Way campaign surpassed its goal, raising $282,000 for local service organizations through the contributions of nearly 600 donors.
At a January 27 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration event on campus, Dartmouth will recognize honorees for their contributions to issues of civil rights and social justice.
President Kim’s address launches a four-day design workshop for the $300 House Project, a concept developed by Tuck School of Business Professor Vijay Govindarajan.
Today, the Dartmouth women’s ice hockey team is frequently ranked one of the best in the country. But it all began with a group of lacrosse players in figure skates.
The Tony award-winning playwright, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, and AIDS and gay rights activist arrives January 23 for classes, a public presentation, and other events.
The reigning virtuoso on the ancient four-stringed, lute-like pipa, Wu Man’s time at Dartmouth includes a January 27 performance.
As the Dartmouth community looks to the future through strategic planning, ideas from beyond campus are critical to the conversation.
The Union Leader reviews highlights of Dartmouth’s 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. celebration.
Students will discuss the significance of their international experiences during the Student Forum on Global Learning on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
“The Content of Our Character” is the theme as Dartmouth honors the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a series of events from January 13 through February 3.