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Every afternoon at 4 p.m. in Sanborn Library, the chime of bells momentarily awakens students from their studies, pulling them away from their schoolwork and into the world of tea and cookies. Located next to Baker-Berry Library, Sanborn boasts a vast collection of Oxford editions of English and American authors, as well as couches in small niches and large tables where students can study.
Do you often have trouble figuring out how to fill your Friday night? What about with a show that covers everything from Dartmouth traditions to Dianne Keaton and Tom Brady to mercury-laden shrimp?
When it comes to some filmmakers, I find that while I am able to fully admire their craft and ingenuity, I can never seem to “get on their wavelengths.” Woody Allen is one such filmmaker.
Nate Seymour ’12, who majored in studio arts with a focus in photography and minored in digital arts at Dartmouth, works as a colorist for television and film.
When Cindy Li ’18 entered Dartmouth as a freshman, she was not ready to give up her high school hobby of aerial silks — so she set out to find others who were interested in the obscure mix of acrobatics and dance.
“How sweet I roam’d from field to field and tasted all the summer’s pride,” Independent Music Award winner Martha Redbone croons in her third studio album “The Garden of Love.” The album sets the words of 19th-century poet William Blake to Appalachian folk music.
“Store,” Carly Rae Jepsen, “Emotion Side B” Jepsen is mainly known for her 2011 hit “Call Me Maybe,” but the Canadian pop star has consistently put out great pop music since.
Contemporary French artist Laetitia Soulier's work is displaced in the new Hood Downtown exhibition space on Main Street.
Katherine Stebbins ’04 discovered her passion for costume design at Dartmouth after designing for two shows, eventually graduating with a major in philosophy and a minor in theater.
“Bridget Jones’s Baby” (2016) opens with a familiar scene: Bridget Jones, alone on the couch with an egregiously large glass of wine and Jamie O’Neal’s rendition of “All By Myself” blasting aptly in the background.
Not even receiving two degrees in the laws of physics could keep Enrique Martinez Celaya from resisting the pull of art.
One of Dartmouth’s many libraries, Rauner Special Collections Library blends the intellectual with the emotional.
For the five students participating in the pilot program of the theater department’s Experiential Term, partnering with theater company Northern Stage, days are spent working with theater professionals in West Lebanon and soon, New York City.
But as I left Spaulding Auditorium Saturday night, having just seen Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” (2016), I felt something I had not felt in some time: the need to rejoice!
With her trusty X-Acto knife, a love for color and a distinct penchant for productivity, Celeste Jennings ’18 has already started to make a name for herself in the world of design.
Expectations may seem a given for an artist familiar with the spotlight, but Cécile McLorin Salvant says otherwise.
Wednesday night in Moore Auditorium, the audience rose to its feet as Staceyann Chin stood proudly in the center of the stage, her feet spread wide apart, her fists thrust high into the air and her face filled with raw emotion.
FLEXN combines dance and social activism in their energetic performances.
This evening, the normally peaceful Green will be awash with music, food and students as The Mowgli’s perform on the Green as the featured act in Collis Center and Programming Board’s House Kickoff.
As a Dartmouth student, Perrin Brown ’15 interned for “Conan,” at an economics research firm and as a marketing intern for a Los Angeles-based company.