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Sixteen Dartmouth Students and Alumni are Fulbright Recipients: The Largest Class to Receive Fullbrights since 2014

Sixteen Dartmouth Students and Alumni are Fulbright Recipients: The Largest Class to Receive Fullbrights since 2014

Sixteen students and alumni were offered Fulbright scholarships this year, the largest class of Dartmouth Fulbright Scholars since 2014. This year’s class hails from a wide range of states including California, Ohio, Tennessee, and New York. Students in the class have an even wider range […]

The First Dimensions of Dartmouth: Welcoming the #Dartmouth21s

The First Dimensions of Dartmouth: Welcoming the #Dartmouth21s

As we welcome members of the Class of 2021 to the second Dimensions of Dartmouth this week, we thought we’d share a look back at our first Dimensions of Dartmouth program earlier this month. The Dimensions of Dartmouth gives our admitted students a chance to […]

101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth: My Top 10

101 Reasons to Love Dartmouth: My Top 10

I was impressed that Dartmouth Alumni Magazine was able to pick only 101 of their favorite things about Dartmouth…that was until I was asked to pick my 10 favorite from that list. An impossible task? Definitely. But I decided to give it a try anyway. […]

Scenes of Spring from the Campus Green

Scenes of Spring from the Campus Green

Last week, many Dartmouth students enjoyed a beautiful spring day on the Green. We’re not sure what the person is doing at the 10-second mark, but they made our day. Take a look!  

3 Day Startup @ DEN

3 Day Startup @ DEN

Ever had a million dollar idea? Probably. Ever turned it into more than an idea? Probably not. Most of us don’t realize our inventions and innovations because we keep our ideas to ourselves. Maybe it’s because we’re afraid others will think it’s only a ten […]

Professor Ashley Fure Honored by Pulitzer and Guggenheim

Professor Ashley Fure Honored by Pulitzer and Guggenheim

“She is both a prolific composer on the world stage and a dedicated teacher who is contributing to the intellectual and cultural life of the Dartmouth campus. I am not surprised that she has received honors from Pulitzer and Guggenheim—but I could not be more […]

Anthropology Day at Dartmouth

Anthropology Day at Dartmouth

When I saw the flyer for the Anthropology Department’s celebration of Anthropology Day, I immediately thought of archeologists sitting under the hot sun digging up fossils. Of course, I had to go see what Anthropology Day was really about so headed over to Silsby Hall. […]

Three Undergraduate Scientists Win Goldwater Scholarships

Three Undergraduate Scientists Win Goldwater Scholarships

Three Dartmouth undergraduates have been named 2017 Goldwater Scholars. Kevin Kang ’18, a biomedical engineering sciences major from Erie, Pa.; Chenguang Li ’18, a major in physics modified by biology from Richland, Wash.; and Jared Duker Lichtman ’18, a mathematics major from North Bethesda, Md.; […]

Instagram Roundup | Dartmouth College

Instagram Roundup | Dartmouth College

The month of March is a whirlwind of adventure for members of the Dartmouth community. Students wrap up winter-term classes and head off campus for internships, vacations, and Spring Break. We wave goodbye to winter and welcome the official start of spring, though you’ll see […]

Rising Developer Kaya Thomas ’17 Chats with HuffPo

Rising Developer Kaya Thomas ’17 Chats with HuffPo

Dartmouth student Kaya Thomas ’17 has garnered lots of attention and accolades for her work in computer science, especially for her app We Read Too, which helps readers discover books for and by people of color. Since launching the free app in 2014, We Read […]

Experience the Dimensions of Dartmouth

Experience the Dimensions of Dartmouth

As soon as admissions decisions are released, admitted students start visiting campus, imagining what their next four years might be like here on campus. The Admissions Office holds two planned visitation programs, called Dimensions. When we ask many students why they chose to come to […]