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Rise Together

STudents participating in last year's Martin Luther King inter-faith service.

Rise Together

Throughout January, Dartmouth will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Events include speeches, films, and public forums. Find the complete list of this year’s events.

Dartmouth In The News

  • Dartmouth on List of Top Colleges in Northeast for Student Outcomes

    The Wall Street Journal

    Dartmouth is ranked among the?Journal's?top 10 colleges in the Northeast and in the U.S. for student outcomes. The rankings emphasize "how well a college will prepare students for life after graduation,"?the newspaper writes.

  • Profile of Professor of Biological Sciences Mary Lou Guerinot

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

    Professor Mary Lou Guerinot, a member of the National Academy of Sciences, is "laying the foundation for environmentally sustainable, nutrient-dense crops, as well as plant-based solutions for removal of toxic metals from soil,"?writes PNAS.

  • Nelson Bryant, 'Supreme Chronicler' of Outdoor Life, Dies at 96

    New York Times

    The alumnus was the "dean of outdoor writers in America," the paper writes. His "often-poetic, first-person accounts took readers to many places. … His insights appealed to many readers who had never set foot in woods or a stream."

  • A Pioneer in the Fight to Cure Sickle Cell Disease

    New York Times

    Erica McAuliffe Esrick '98, an honors student as an undergraduate, is a principal investigator on a gene therapy trial to cure sickle cell disease. She is a physician at Dana-Farber/Boston Children's Cancer and Blood Disorders Center.

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Change the World

Answer the Call to Lead

Dartmouth Hall in winter

Answer the Call to Lead

A bold invitation to Dartmouth’s global community to engage the most pressing human concerns of our time through a $3 billion campaign.

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Sharing our Moments

Four students participate in a Winter Carnival relay

Sharing our Moments

See the latest from campus, engage with the community, and share your Dartmouth experience on social media.

A hub for creativity and artistic growth

Hopkins Center for the Arts

Student production

Hopkins Center for the Arts

The 19/20 season at the Hopkins Center continues with a full lineup of live arts and film screenings produced by artists from across the globe and from within Dartmouth's community. See the full schedule of events.