The alumni office features talks by alumni on topics ranging from filmmaking to health care to music.
Springfield, Mass., will be the site of a museum honoring Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925.
Louise Erdrich ’76 is the author of “The Round House,” “Love Medicine,” and many other books.
During spring break students will meet with entertainment and nonprofit professionals.
“Dartmouth Alumni Magazine” features Shonda Rhimes ’91, who is behind ABC’s Thursday night lineup.
Campus leaders, Rhodes Scholars, and business innovators call the leadership program a “launch pad.”
Some past winners have gone on to pursue careers in entertainment.
Zachary Moskow ’14 returned to Dartmouth last month for the official commissioning ceremony.
Pitcher Kyle Hendricks ’12 is vying for a spot in the Chicago Cubs’ starting rotation this season.
Theodor Geisel, Class of 1925—aka Dr. Seuss—continues to inspire readers both young and old.