Kristin Chapman ’24 is an English major and Spanish minor from Rye, New York. She currently serves as the editor-in-chief and previously wrote and edited for the News section. In her free time, she enjoys reading books, running, hiking and doing yoga.
A hiker of the DOC Fifty — a 54-mile trek from Moosilauke Ravine Lodge to Hanover — shares why attitude is everything, especially when faced with a challenge like the Fifty.
The Class of 2026 will take part in a more traditional First-Year Trips experience than prior years since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In January, plaintiffs sued Dartmouth and 16 other colleges and universities for allegedly violating federal antitrust laws and inflating the cost of attendance. The statement of interest rebutted key points the defendants had made to dismiss the suit.
On Friday, the community reacted to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, which struck down federal protections for abortion.
In this year's Commencement and Reunions special issue, we look back to celebrate the Class of 2022, Dartmouth's newest alumni.
Despite a surge in roofie-related dialogue among students, the number of official reports to Title IX has not increased substantially.
College administrators and the town of Hanover discuss preparations for Green Key 2022.
The festival, which welcomed over 1,000 guests, included a start-up business competition, panel discussions and tours of the new academic infrastructure on campus.
The four-day event included workshops, trips and speakers aimed at promoting access to the outdoors.