Martin Luther King’s legacy is remembered, sometimes at the expense of his reputation during his lifetime
Former The Dartmouth Publisher Dax Tejera ’07 ‘lived his life with complete intention,’ remembered for his driveBy: 1/26/23 5:20am |
Tejera, a history and government major, covered major political events in the United States and overseas throughout his journalism career.
Students noted that despite high laundry prices, machines are often malfunctioning or ineffective.
In a fireside chat hosted by the Hopkins Center for the Arts, Burke discussed her understanding of compassion, Black feminism and how “healing and action” relate to the movement against sexual violence.
A partnership between the College, Friends of Oak Hill and the Hanover Improvement society will enhance the cross country and recreational ski trails for the first time since 2003.
'Unapologetically himself': Thayer School of Engineering researcher Luke Veenhuis remembered for his humor, academic passionsBy: 1/24/23 5:20am |
Veenhuis, who worked remotely at Thayer, hoped to pursue a Ph.D. in computer science.
The Hypocrisy of the Non-Recording Option (NRO)
With temperatures dropping, one writer explores how different students express themselves through fashion even in wintry weather.
You never forget your first friends at Dartmouth
Down 13 early in the second half, the Big Green clawed back for the win thanks to strong defense and bench depth.
Despite the strong opening performance, the Big Green suffered a tough defeat to Harvard University 3-2.
Leigh Bardugo’s highly anticipated sequel to the fantasy hit novel “Ninth House” takes the reader to Hell and back, through the stone arches of Yale University.
The internet trend may look different, but its resurgence has potentially dangerous ramifications.