Amid a series of dramatic civil rights rulings on voting access, college affirmative action and gay marriage this week, the U.S.
In recognition of Dartmouth’s ongoing celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Native American Studies Program (NAS), the Office of Public Affairs’ Whitney Campbell Intern, Chidi Anyadike ’13,
Dartmouth is a very different place today from the institution of the late 1960s. It was an all-male college with a handful of black, other minority, and economically disadvantaged students, and had little focus on Native American education.
Each June, Dartmouth Now profiles a number of students who are about to graduate. New stories will be added each day through Thursday .
Perhaps as much as flowers blooming or students lounging on the Green, the vibrant Dartmouth Pow-Wow celebration is a sure sign that spring has arrived in Hanover.
For many Dartmouth students, Alaska may as well be halfway across the world. But for Meghan Topkok ’13, it is her family’s home.