Dartmouth President Emeritus James Wright and Trustee Nathaniel Fick ’99, both veterans and authors of books about the U.S. military, will participate in a panel discussion on October 27.
The fundraising project started this week with a goal of $275,000.
Adam Matta, an artist based in New York City, is teaching classes, meeting with students, and performing this week at Dartmouth.
Construction of the Dartmouth Organic Farm’s new barn begins on October 24, with a kick-off event slated for October 25.
On October 23, the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble will perform the world premiere of Symphony for Band, a music piece by Grammy-nominated composer Edward Green.
Come celebrate at Dartmouth with a slate of activities in Hanover from October 26 through 28.
Founded in 1972, BADA celebrates its 40th reunion October 26 through 28.
Howard Morphy talks to Michael Taylor about the Hood Museum of Art’s exhibition “Crossing Cultures: The Owen and Wagner Collection of Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Art.”
Freeman Hrabowski, president of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, will deliver a lecture as part of the “Leading Voices in Higher Education” series.
World-renowned projection artist Ross Ashton performs Five Windows, commissioned by Dartmouth for the celebration of the Hopkins Center’s 50th anniversary, on the Hop’s façade.