The comparative literature program graduate will study classical Islamic law at Oxford.
From Cusco, Peru, to Beijing, China, students abroad plan feasts far from home.
The MALS lecturer brings an interdisciplinary bent to a residency program for artists, thinkers.
Members of the Dartmouth community talk about what they’re thankful for this holiday season.
The new funding will support interdisciplinary research in neuroscience and digital humanities.
Dartmouth’s sestercentennial will take place in 2019.
The College has been in touch with students studying in Paris and with undergraduates from Paris.
Brian Chalif ’16 debuted his composition Dreams at the fall Glee Club performance.
The Democratic candidate spoke at a forum hosted by Tuck and the Rockefeller Center.
See photos from behind the scenes of a new theater department production.
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