As concert productions have become increasingly costly, ticket prices have risen as availability has fallen.
Spilled Ink is the only active poetry club on campus, offering a welcoming space for writers at Dartmouth.
Florin discusses the inspiration for her novel and advice for aspiring creative writers.
Special Tour “Painting History” Showcases Two Exhibitions at The Hood: “Historical Imaginary” and “Kent Monkman: The Great Mystery”
The “Painting History” tour, led by Jami Powell and Michael Hartman, explores the theme of art’s role in the construction of history.
Dartmouth Student Brandon Abiuso’s “A Day is the Worst Segmentation of Time” debut album explores religion and identity through alternative rock
Abiuso’s new album “A Day is the Worst Segmentation of Time” offers a deep-dive into a variety of themes, including religion, death and nostalgia.
The project brings together authors and Dartmouth professors to collaborate on new speculative fiction work rooted in scientific research on campus.
“NEVER ENOUGH” is a poignant and introspective reintroduction to the R&B artist’s musical persona.
Arooj Aftab, Shahzad Ismaily and Vijay Iyer’s collaborative album exhibits success in its simplicity.
The annual New Music Festival brings together Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate musicians as well as guest performers, embodying a commitment to collaboration and improvisation.
Though Lana Del Rey incorporates her usual themes of desire and abuse in her new 16-track album, it finds a unique sound through its production.
boygenius’s debut album and first release since a 2018 EP is an ode to the romance of powerful friendship.
“Knives Out,” “Triangle of Sadness” and “The White Lotus” reveal a public discussion on wealth.
While the fourth installment of the John Wick franchise excels in its action and visuals, the movie loses its finality with thinly-veiled attempts to set up potential future spin-offs.
Phenomenal casting and original music provides a compelling peak into the lives of six fictional, world-famous bandmates.