From February 1-3, the Hopkins Center celebrates the Pordenone Silent Film Festival, which is dedicated to the preservation, diffusion, and study of the first 30 years of cinema.
Professor N. Bruce Duthu echoed the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in saying it would be the maladjusted among us who would bring forth needed societal changes.
Rabbi Arik W. Ascherman of Rabbis for Human Rights will be the guest speaker at Dartmouth’s Martin Luther King Jr. community faith celebration on Sunday, January 20.
Dartmouth students from a variety of backgrounds and research interests will share their international experiences as part of Dartmouth’s Martin Luther King Celebration.
Hundreds turned out for the official introduction of President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon ’77 in Spaulding Auditorium and a reception in Alumni Hall.
Hall’s address highlights the many Dartmouth events, which run from January 17 to February 1.
Lynch will give a public lecture, visit classes, and meet with students and faculty over the year with support from the Perkins Bass 1934 Fund.
As the year drew to a close, the Dartmouth Now team put together a dozen of our favorite stories from 2012.
Dartmouth community members are invited to take part in a celebration to welcome Dartmouth’s 18th president, who will take office on July 1, 2013.
Professor of English Tom Luxon takes part as the 10,000 lines of John Milton’s 17th-century masterpiece are read aloud in public for the first time in Ireland.