A new book features the stories of Dartmouth alumni who served in Vietnam.
Roberta Stewart, chair of the classics department, leads local veterans in reading Homer.
Military veterans at Dartmouth encourage other veterans to apply to the College.
Phil Klay ’05, an Iraq veteran, has published a book of short stories titled “Redeployment.”
There will be lectures, dinners, and military ceremonies in commemoration of Veterans Day.
The writer’s visit includes a reunion with Capt. Stoney Portis MALS ’13, a key figure in the book.
As the year drew to a close, the Dartmouth Now team put together a dozen of our favorite stories from 2012.
Noting Abraham Lincoln’s sorrow at the battlefield at Petersburg, Va., Dartmouth President Emeritus James Wright says America needs to confront the human cost of its wars.
About 150 people gathered Friday evening at the Veterans Day Banquet, which included addresses from Trustee Nathaniel Fick ’99 and Brigadier General Burke Whitman ’78.
In a Huffington Post piece, Dartmouth President Emeritus James Wright discusses Veterans Day and why America should remember all its military veterans.