On Sept. 13, world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma will bring his talents to the Dartmouth stage. The sold-out Hopkins Center concert marks one of the most highly anticipated events of the upcoming fall season. Sarah Wang '14, a music major who will be attending the concert, called Ma a "staple" of the music world. "I could never pass up an opportunity to see him, especially in such an intimate atmosphere," Wang said. Ma's concert will mark the beginning of the Year of the Arts initiative.
For two nights this past weekend, the playwriting talents of two Dartmouth juniors Maia Matsushita '13 and Laura Neill '13 were showcased in the annual Eleanor Frost and Ruth and Loring Dodd Student New Play Festival.
Nik Medrano / The Dartmouth Staff In 1990, New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof and his wife Sheryl WuDunn traveled to the Hebei province in China.
Shortly after Teresa Sullivan's reinstatement as president of the University of Virginia on June 26, donations to UVA increased significantly, according to The Washington Post.