The Dartmouth Democrats and Dartmouth Conservatives are registering voters and organizing programming to ensure students are prepared for the upcoming election.
‘I’m normal’: Republican presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson focuses on anti-Trump rhetoric during Hanover campaign stopBy Armita Mirkarimi | August 11, 2023
The former Arkansas governor spoke at the “Path to the Presidency” speaker series hosted by the Dartmouth Political Union and the Rockefeller Center for Public Policy.
Armita Mirkarimi ’25 reviews The Chicks 2023 Tour after seeing them in concert in Gilford, New Hampshire.
Following the passage of the bill, student and faculty LGBTQ+ advocates shared cautious optimism about improving the safety of LGBTQ+ communities.
From a devised seance in Sanborn Library to a new musical on the end of history, the Dartmouth theater community keeps artistry alive on campus.
Warmington, the lone Democrat on New Hampshire’s five-person Executive Council, is running on a platform of reproductive justice, housing reform and increasing access to mental health resources.
Dartmouth students interning in D.C. have immersed themselves in the historical significance of D.C. art, new and old.
AD’s lawn party was a Green Key staple for decades, but it has since faded into obscurity.
Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra prepares to play Tchaikovsky’s most ‘open-hearted’ work during spring concertBy Armita Mirkarimi | May 12, 2022
The concert will feature Kimberly Tan ’22 as the violin soloist with orchestra director Filippo Ciabatti conducting.