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  • Letter from the Dean November 2019

    Our fall term finals period begins today. Your students are working extraordinarily hard to complete presentations and papers and to prepare for their final exams. If you hear from them that they need assistance over the next few days, please remind them to reach out to the Undergraduate Deans and the Health Service.

    K. Lively Dean
  • Letter from the Dean October 2019

    The stories in this month's Speaking of Dartmouth reflect the rich array of learning opportunities and campus activities this fall - from Arctic research and Homecoming events to Indigenous People's month and presidential candidate visits. We are all fortunate to be part of such a dynamic and diverse community.

    K. Lively Dean
  • Letter from the Dean July 2019

    Let's begin this month by welcoming the families of incoming '23s to our Speaking of Dartmouth readership. You'll be receiving Speaking of Dartmouth, the College's digital newsletter for families, every month throughout your student's time at Dartmouth.

    K. Lively Dean

250th Anniversary: Honoring Our Past, Inspiring Our Future

“This is an ideal time to reaffirm our liberal arts foundation, our tradition of world-changing research, our profound sense of place, and the unique Dartmouth spirit,” says President Philip J. Hanlon ’77. “As we reflect on our history of impact and influence, we will also look ahead to a bright future creating new generations of leaders.”

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A Term Abroad in Morocco

“This is one of the best opportunities at Dartmouth to study abroad and be immersed in a very different culture,” says anthropology major Hanna Sheikh ’19. The program is one of nearly 50 off-campus programs offered each year.

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October is Indigenous Peoples Month at Dartmouth

"To me, Indigenous Peoples' Month is all about representation," says Shelbi Fitzpatrick '19, NAP's new assistant director. "I get to celebrate who I am and share that with Dartmouth. There are so many Indigenous students here with different affiliations, and we want to make opportunities to share all those identities and to honor Native people who have made and continue to make positive contributions to the world

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