Exhibition samples the vast array of Dartmouth’s library holdings connected to the assassination.
“Echoes of Dartmouth” catches up with seniors four years after their initial interviews.
“Their support is a testament to the Feldbergs’ vision and commitment,” says President Phil Hanlon ’77.
Matariki Network scholars and librarians gather at Dartmouth, advancing collaborative humanities work.
The new member will increase the number of library books available to Dartmouth.
David R. Godine ’66 will lecture April 11 on Rocky Stinehour ’50, founder of Stinehour Press.
The Dartmouth Library is among the top 20 in the country, according to a Princeton Review opinion poll of 122,000 college students throughout the U.S.
Two Dartmouth professors will use and evaluate MediaKron, a new online tool for presenting and exploring multimedia course content, during their courses next year.
Items chosen by graduating seniors for the Library’s collections—including books, DVDs, music scores, and more—receive bookplates honoring the students’ service.
Dartmouth’s Leading Voices lecture series featured a virtual tour of national gems by ‘Archivist-in-Chief’ David Ferriero.