One senior attests to how her love for Dartmouth has prevailed despite the College’s imperfect nature.
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.
Women’s athletics celebrates 50th anniversary with homecoming programming for alumnae, current athletesBy Cassandra Montemayor Thomas | November 3, 2022
Alexi Pappas ’12 headlined the opening event and athletic director Mike Harrity announced the hanging of Gail Koziara Boudreaux’s ’82 jersey in Leede Arena — the first Dartmouth athlete to claim the spot.
‘Someone that could be there for you, acknowledge you and lift you up’: Joshua Watson ’22 remembered for his grace, poise and charismaBy Cassandra Montemayor Thomas | October 18, 2022
A talented athlete and artist, Watson was a devoted friend, brother and son.
The timelines for sorority, fraternity and gender-inclusive rush were delayed in light of student deaths on campus.
The Native American and Indigenous Studies department and the Native American Program have seen substantial changes throughout their history.
The fund has raised around $203,000 since its launch last month.
Monica Morrison ’07 and Rob Langrick Tu’06 reach settlement in defamation case following allegations of 2005 sexual assaultBy Cassandra Montemayor Thomas | November 5, 2021
As part of the settlement, Morrison’s insurance company paid $175,000 to Langrick.
Students chalked messages onto sidewalks and walls around campus to commemorate the holiday and bring attention to the College’s history.
Some employees, members of their families and community members are protesting against the requirement that all DHMC employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 30.