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Diversity and Inclusion: ‘Differences Make Us Better’

Rainbow flag

Chairs talk about review of existing efforts to foster diversity and inclusivity.

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Kaya Thomas ’17 Wins Kudos for Young Reader App

Kaya Thomas ’17

Glamour magazine names Thomas one of the top 10 college women of 2016.

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JoRee LaFrance ’17 Preserves Native American Stories

JoRee Lafrance ’17

LaFrance will record stories from her Crow elders and put them on an interactive map.

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Dartmouth Trip to Cuba Coincides With Historic Moments

A reception for Consortium for Advanced Study Abroad members at the ambassador’s residence in Havana.

Faculty and staff witnessed “turning points,” says government professor John Carey.

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Lee Mun Wah to Lead Discussions on Diversity

Lee Mun Wah

The renowned author and documentary filmmaker will speak at Dartmouth.

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Innovation Center Creates ‘Playing Field’ for Start-Ups

Aidan Folbe ’19, Jamie Coughlin, and Jeff Crowe ’78

“We celebrate serendipity,” says the DEN’s director, Jamie Coughlin.

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Students Persuade Library of Congress to Drop the I-Word

The Library of Congress

“There is no such thing as an illegal person,” says Oscar Cornejo ’17.

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Dartmouth Artists Take Inspiration From Frost Statue

A drawing by Jessica Sun ’18 of Robert Frost statue.

The Class of ’61 has launched an art contest to celebrate its gift of the statue.

Ten Posse Veterans to Join Class of 2020

10 students of Dartmouth’s new Posse Foundation

“Veterans bring an extremely valuable perspective to campus,” says Admissions Director Paul Sunde.

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Dartmouth United Way Raises More Than $300,000

This year’s effort exceeds the $295,000 goal, coming in just short of an all-time campaign record.

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