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Exhibit in Baker Library honors Eisenman’s ’43 work

Alvin Eisenman ’43, a world-famous graphic designer who died in September 2013, saw each letter on a page as an art form — he believed that a letter should be as “pleasing” and “dynamic” as an independent mark, exhibit curator, instructor at the College’s Letterpress Studio and former Eisenman student Won Chung ’73 said.


Tyne Angela Freeman ’17 will start working on her album this spring.

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Student Spotlight: Tyne Angela Freeman '17

Singing for relatives at family reunions and filling journals with original lyrics are some of Tyne Angela Freeman’s ’17 first memories of making music. Ever since, Freeman has been paving her own path as a musician.


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Student employees welcome Kronos

Despite some technical glitches such as slow loading times and problems with phone usage within the Kronos program, students interviewed said that they support the College’s transition to online tracking instead of paper time sheets.


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Lazarus to give special screening of new film

Taking its name from the weapon that David uses to face the giant Goliath, “SlingShot” — a new documentary directed by Paul Lazarus ’76 — follows the story of inventor Dean Kamen, who invented the Slingshot water purifier to tackle the lack of clean drinking water across the globe. The film will have a special advanced screening tomorrow in Loew Auditorium, followed by a discussion session with Lazarus.


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Students collaborate with NYTW

Sitting around a table with Tony-award winning writer Lemon Andersen, students in the theater department’s “Drama in Performance” class discussed his script, suggesting a scene they wanted added or 10 pages they thought should be deleted. The meeting was part of the New York Theater Workshop’s 23rd summer residency at Dartmouth, which brings emerging directors, playwrights and actors as artists-in-residence to Dartmouth.


Introverts need, and thrive from, alone time.

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Solitary Strength

In an environment that encourages extroversion as a vehicle of academic, career and social success, introverts are quietly overcoming hurdles and carving out their own paths to thrive.


Tuck Bridge preps for winter session

Despite the addition of a new December session that will launch after fall term, the summer Tuck Business Bridge program saw an 8 percent increase in the number of applicants this summer, program director Nicole Faherty said.



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With support, recent alums see success in arts

This week, The Dartmouth sat down with three alumni who have seen recent success in the arts to talk about their work, their undergraduate experiences at the College and their plans for the future.


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Hood donation expands learning, gallery spaces on campus

The recent $10 million donation supporting a Museum Learning Center at the Hood Museum will triple classroom space and expand the gallery area, reinvigorating the museum’s commitment to teaching, Hood director Michael Taylor said. The donation is the largest single gift to the museum since its 1985 opening and brings the Hood to $28 million of its $50 million overall goal for the renovation, Taylor said.