Community members will meet to consider how best to help the earthquake-devastated country.
The Slovakian native will study international education reform at Cambridge.
Thayer’s annual expo will include tours, demonstrations, and hands-on activities.
College experts see Clinton’s lead as pushing state’s independent voters to wide-open Republican race.
New music from the Nile River Basin arrives in the Upper Valley.
The London-based writer will give a public lecture, “On Becoming a Writer,” on April 21.
The Gender Research Institute brings activists to campus to talk free speech and social justice.
Scholars from an array of disciplines are inaugural members of President Hanlon’s academic initiative.
A Tucker Foundation event will offer resources for creating careers that make a difference.
The details of the pact have yet to be worked out, notes the Dickey Center’s Daniel Benjamin.