In 2013, the Arabic professor published “Moroccan Noir” and qualified for the Boston Marathon.
Charles Wheelan ’88 brings his Rockefeller Center class to India for a lesson in real-world economics and politics.
Joseph Singh ’14 and Jonathan Pedde ’14 talk about their time at Dartmouth and their future at Oxford.
“The father of an independent South Africa will be sorely missed,” says Professor Robert Baum.
Daniel Bornstein ’14 researches the effect of European Union regulations on the Gambia.
International student Jennifer Evans ’17 finds a home for academics and more in Hanover.
Joseph Singh ’14 and Jonathan Pedde ’14 are among 11 Canadians to win the honor this year.
The three Dartmouth alumni were the first people from outside the village of Tanauan to arrive to help.
The Undergraduate Awards is an international program for all disciplines.
A new report shows that 64 percent of Dartmouth’s Class of 2011 studied abroad.