Scholars agree that, after a 50-year embargo, engagement is the best way to bring positive change.
Professor Lynn Higgins says the opening of U.S.-Cuba relations will strengthen scholarly communication.
Rianna Starheim ’14 spent the summer in Kabul, teaching high school and working for human rights.
The Stamps Foundation partners with Dartmouth to fund undergraduate experiential learning awards.
Miriam Jerotich Kilimo ’14, Ridwan Hassen ’15, and Colin Walmsley ’15 are 2015 Rhodes Scholars.
The College’s 78th Rhodes Scholar will study social anthropology at Oxford.
Dartmouth’s 77th Rhodes Scholar will study public policy at Oxford.
In annual ranking, the College is No. 1 among Ivies and ninth among doctorate-granting institutions.
Patrice Juah spoke to students about the Ebola crisis and the anti-stigma campaign she has helped launch.
The Swiss university honors Colin Calloway, a professor of history and Native American studies.