’26s share hopes and plans for their first Winterim
Weekend events included panels elevating alumnae voices, the rededication of Dartmouth Hall and opening of exhibits honoring the experiences — both positive and negative — of women at the College.
Adrienne Murr ’25 reflects on a tumultuous fall, through the music that accompanied it
The “status quo-affirming election” reflects the weight of independent voters in the state, who may have been turned off by “too extreme” Republican candidates.
After late-night dining was largely shut down during the pandemic, the reimplementation of late-night is part of Dartmouth Dining’s efforts to increase dining hours and provide more ...
Dartmouth, deer and New Hampshire would benefit from the regulated sale of hunted game.
The arts at Dartmouth must maintain its robust offering of programs and performances in light of the temporary closure of the Hopkins Center.
’26s discuss the merits and quirks of Dartmouth’s oddest dating tradition.
Dartmouth students coming to Hanover from far away reflect on new scenery and lifestyles.
The Big Green, undefeated in rugby 15s over the last two years, has now won the championship in three of its last four seasons.
A “complete game” culminated in the Big Green’s biggest victory of the season, large enough to grant the uninjured seniors playtime.
Despite a confusing timeline and poor pacing, David O. Russell’s star-studded film succeeds in powerfully illustrating a tale of love in the midst of war.
After three decades, the novel’s religious satire has resulted in the assassination attempt of the author, Salman Rushdie.