Baker-Berry Current Exhibits

Fifty Years of Coeducation @ Dartmouth - Resistance, Persistence, and Empowerment

exhibit poster for Coed 50 exhibit

This exhibit marks the 50th anniversary of coeducation at Dartmouth, the most momentous change the institution has ever seen in its history. The exhibit explores the lead-up to that decision, the experiences of the first women students at Dartmouth, and the ways campus life and traditions have evolved in the half-century since then. This long and contentious story of coeducation at Dartmouth is told through primary source documents, including photographs, newspaper articles, student performances, flyers, and pamphlets.

Please visit the digital version of this exhibit, which includes more extensive documentation.

Exhibit curated by Peter Carini, College Archivist and Records Manager, and Julia Logan, Assistant Archivist for Acquisitions. Design by Dennis Grady. Digital exhibit by August Guszkowski, Edward Connery Lathem '51 Digital Library Fellow.

Baker-Berry Library, Reiss Hall, September 8 – December 5, 2022

This exhibit contains material that may be difficult or harmful to view. Please read Dartmouth Library's Statement on Potentially Harmful Content.

 

Welcome, Dartmouth Class of 2026!

 exhibit poster for Welcome 26s

Dartmouth Library welcomes the Class of 2026 with an exhibit highlighting Library resources.

Visit the Library's Canvas site for 1st years.

Exhibit curated by Yolanda Hood, Laura Barrett, Amelia Looby, and Susan Simon. Designed by Dennis Grady. A-maze-ing logo by Sarah Thompson.

Baker-Berry Library, Berry Main Street, August 26 – November 23, 2022