Liven up the holidays with these contemporary “twists” on holiday classics (listen and download here):
Jolly Old St. Pachelbel
Dartmouth’s class of 2015 will include 444 students who applied to the College through the early decision process. (photo by Joseph Mehling ’69)
Irvin Gomez ’14 and Abigail Macias ’14 are dedicated to helping college hopefuls through the sometimes difficult experience
K-12 education remains a top discussion point across the country. From parents to school administrators, what everyone wants to know is: What makes teaching work?
It is not uncommon for more than half the students to have their hands raised at any given moment in Associate Professor of Theater Laura Edmondson’s theater a
It was 9:15 a.m. in Hanover and 4:15 p.m. in Kuwait City on October 21, 2010, when two groups of young women, one at the American University of Kuwait (AUK) and one at Dartmouth, talked about the reasons they chose to major in computer science.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $18.6 million during August, including $7.5 million in new and competing awards.