From antiquity through the early 19th century, anyone studying the works of Plato began with a fourth-century text known as Alcibiades, says Hakan Tell, an associate profes
This story was originally published in the Dartmouth College Fund’s spring 2015 issue of “From the GREEN.”
How is a literary work like a genome?
Applications soar for first-year humanities course sequence.
Every Monday, about a dozen veterans, whose service ranges from World War II to Afghanistan, gather in the Murray Room of Hanover’s Howe Library.