Past winners have gone on to sing with the country duo Sugarland and appear on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.”
The Book Arts Workshop offers free training and open studio hours and is open to all.
A paper by Aaron Goodman ’15 was voted 2014′s best by scholars of executive politics.
The director of bands talks about the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble’s upcoming performance.
During winter break, Diana Wise ’15 studied the impact of ecotourism on the Antarctic wilderness
Kendall Ronzano ’17 donated the little domicile to a Texas organization that helps the homeless.
Catch a glimpse of this year’s Winter Carnival festivities captured in photos and video.
The Root recognizes 25 young African-American innovators, including Dartmouth’s Kaya Thomas ’17.
The Department of Theater production focuses on issues in the play that are often neglected.
The Lewin Post-Graduate Fellowship supports a year of service with nonprofit groups.