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Students Perform Their Own Shows: Dance, Magic and More

In the theater department, students’ interest in creating a solo performance show has risen sharply. Typically, the solo performance is a project tackled by only one or two students a year. But this term, four seniors have created their own performance pieces, including a magic show, a dance performance, a digital narrative, and a one-woman theater performance.

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Faculty Grant Helps Bring Haitian Artists to Campus

As part of Dartmouth’s work in Haiti, Cole Zanetti, a resident at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and Amita Kulkarni ’10, presidential fellow in global health, lead a meeting with community health workers from St. Boniface Hospital in Fond des Blancs, Haiti, to discuss the use of mobile technology to support their work. (Courtesy of The Dartmouth Center for Health Care Delivery Science)

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Mini-Grants Help Students Showcase Their Talent

It is not every day, or even every four years, that a college student has the chance to direct an orchestra, work with acclaimed dancers, or run a theater production. But in the past month, Dartmouth students have done just that thanks to a new opportunity to showcase their skills during the Year of the Arts.

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Student-Created Dance Work Depicts, Confronts Sexual Assault

When the students of the Dartmouth Dance Theater Ensemble premiered their original work Undue Influence in May 2011, they wondered—worried, even—how their peers, and the college as a whole, would react to this frank account of sexual assault in the college social environment.

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