For Charter Day, Rauner Library writes about the acquisition of documents related to Eleazar Wheelock.
Rianna Starheim ’14 spent the summer in Kabul, teaching high school and working for human rights.
“Create Your Path” uses web videos and live capstone sessions to illuminate the road forward.
The College is the third institution to join the program, which will help veterans attend college.
The newspaper features Ridwan Hassen ’15, who was recently named a 2015 Rhodes Scholar.
The postdoctoral candidate explains how improvisational acting translates to his work as a scientist.
The Stamps Foundation partners with Dartmouth to fund undergraduate experiential learning awards.
Miriam Jerotich Kilimo ’14, Ridwan Hassen ’15, and Colin Walmsley ’15 are 2015 Rhodes Scholars.
Dartmouth’s chapter of the academic honor society, dating to 1787, is the nation’s fourth oldest.
The College’s 78th Rhodes Scholar will study social anthropology at Oxford.