The new Class of 1953 Commons, which replaced Thayer Dining Hall this fall, offers students a flexible space in which to eat and gather.
Dartmouth’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program’s current group is among the largest in the program’s recent history.
The Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center shapes the future of discovery and learning.
Writer Jeff Sharlet, Mellon Assistant Professor of English, tells a story of spending an October night with the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York.
Professor of English Barbara Will’s book, Unlikely Collaboration: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, and the Vichy Dilemma, reveals Stein to be a “propagandist” for France’s Vichy government.
Senior co-captain Kelly Hood marks milestones as she wraps up her Dartmouth field hockey career.
NBC’s “The Sing Off” has concluded, with the Dartmouth Aires finishing second among 16 top a cappella groups nationwide.
While on campus for the October 11 Republican Presidential Debate, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Joseph Rago ’05 discussed Dartmouth and his undergraduate experience.
Studying the brain’s responses to movies revealed a neural code that is the same for all individuals.
Everyone who was in Hanover on October 11 knew the real winner of the economy-focused Republican Presidential Debate was Dartmouth.