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Give a rouse! 👏 Ryann Cornelius ’23 and Ahnili Johnson-Jennings ’23 have been chosen for the Udall Foundation's Native American Internship Program.bit.ly/3G0xnMFT
Give a rouse for the achievements of our students, faculty, and staff! 👏 bit.ly/3McGFXAc
After two years of pandemic-related holds, undergraduates are once again studying abroad! Take a look at the linguistics and anthropology program that went to Hawaii in January. ⬇️ 📸 : Julia Levine '23J
Give a rouse! Professor William Cheng has been named a Radcliffe Fellow by the @RadInstitute. bit.ly/3yXUrKC
John Cho ’22 sees issues of identity and politics as common threads in his time at Dartmouth. bit.ly/3wXafKT
As part of the Department of Anthropology’s “Digging Dartmouth” course in archaeological field methods, students have been excavating a house site alongside the Green. bit.ly/3t1JUub
Meditate with art! In collaboration with @dartmouth's Student Wellness Center, we recorded a mindfulness exercise centered on a painting by Dartmouth Studio Art Professor Colleen Randall: bit.ly/2Bl6HcC
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From the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and other conflicts, Dartmouth’s veterans are remembered with plaques, statues, and spaces for reflection. Learn more about them and view a map of their locations. bit.ly/3N17I9q
Class Day 2022 begins in one hour! Make sure to tune in to the livestream video at dartgo.org/classday22. Our guest speaker is Andrea Hayes, MD, FACS, FAAP, UG ’87, MED ’91, Chairwoman of Surgery and the Schneider Endowed Professor, at @HowardU's College of Medicine.
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Help celebrate the @GeiselMed Class of 2022 by sharing your well-wishes and memories here 👉bit.ly/3PPm12Ac or by using the#Geisel22ss tag!twitter.com/dartmouth/stat…A
Tune in today at 9 a.m. to celebrate the @GeiselMed Class of 2022! Watch the ceremony live 👉bit.ly/3M37qhaU#Geisel22sss
In honor of Memorial Day, President Emeritus James Wright, a @USMC veteran and a fierce advocate for veterans at Dartmouth and in higher education, shares his essay "Remembering Those Who Wore the ‘Boots on the Ground,’" first published in 2016. bit.ly/3Go2lyF
Today! Stop by Mass Row between 2 and 5 p.m. for the Unwind Your Mind event. Open to the entire Dartmouth community, the event will feature info booths, a prize drawing, free refreshments, and activities. Learn more👇 bit.ly/3yTUhEaS
Congratulations to the Class of 2022! Stay tuned to dartgo.org/classday2022 for our live 2022 Class Day video. The video will start Saturday, May 28 at 9:00 AM. Share your well-wishes and congratulations with the class at dartgo.org/congrats22 and by using the tag #Geisel22s.
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Once again, our nation is faced with having to make sense of, and cope with, recent mass shootings involving innocent people. "It is so important to create a space for children to discuss their fears," says Ellen Sejkora, PhD, of @chadkids. bit.ly/3MK19Ia #Uvalde
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Our full statement on the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. bit.ly/3wJXkNF
It is not enough to offer our condolences and prayers to the families in mourning today. Inaction has turned what once was unthinkable into the routine. twitter.com/dartmouth/stat…
For students: bit.ly/3yYWUEB For faculty and staff: bit.ly/3psnzEc and bit.ly/3HF9lpI
When events like these occur, members of our community may feel the need to speak to someone about their feelings and experiences. If you need support, please take advantage of the following resources listed in the following tweet.
We call on our New Hampshire delegation, the U.S. Congress, and voters across America to turn their attention to addressing the need for common sense gun control legislation.
Martin Luther King III (@OfficialMLK3) challenged the audience, and specifically the students of Dartmouth, to take action by registering and turning out to vote, saying, democracy is “very much on the ballot this year.” Read more from his speech👇bit.ly/3alS9e4w
"It’s been really important to me in my career to train the next generation of leaders, and it helps me think about my work a little differently, too." —Angela Zhang '12 bit.ly/3sK7jAf
60 years ago today, the @dartmouth students and community opened their hearts and listened to my father speak. Tonight, I am extremely excited to stand in his footprints and address a new generation. RSVP to watch virtually tonight at 7 ⬇️ hop.dartmouth.edu/events/martin-…
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Tickets for tonight's event with @OfficialMLK3 are sold out but a live feed will be available. RSVP is required to receive the link. You can register here: bit.ly/3yY30VI twitter.com/dartmouth/stat…
@dartmouth Round Two if the Thank you Campaign - Thank you Dartmouth Staff across all Dartmouth campuses for all you do! Come pick up a hand written card and mug - we are behind Anonymous Hall (in front of Remsen!)
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The Student Wellness Center is celebrating Wellbeing Week with activities and resources for faculty, staff, and students to help support mental health. Learn more ⤵️ bit.ly/3yTUhEa
On May 7, community members gathered on the Green for the 50th annual Powwow! Learn about the history of the celebration on campus: bit.ly/3Lwfs1J
The updated proposals integrate the feedback we've received from our community and Hanover neighbors and will be shared next month. Opportunities to provide additional input will be available in July and August. bit.ly/3sLGVWu
📣 Calling all staff! Swing by the tent outside of Parkhurst to pick up a mug and hand-written thank you card from undergrad and grad students. Student leaders across campus came together to organize the giveaway as a thank you to staff for their work throughout the pandemic.2
Martin Luther King III (@OfficialMLK3), son of civil rights leaders Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, will speak at Dartmouth this Monday (May 23), the 60th anniversary of his father's historic address on campus. bit.ly/39Y765K
Have you been following the @Classics22FSP's adventures as Greece and Italy this term? twitter.com/Classics22FSP/…
Give a rouse for the achievements of our students, faculty, and staff! 👏 bit.ly/3yowmw8t
Weren't able to make it to our last Hood Highlights Tour? Stop by today at 12:30pm to see what's new on view! No registration required.
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“Taking a more comprehensive view of the long-term strategic value of any development as it fits into the academic and cultural life of our community is the right thing to do.” bit.ly/3wilMp3
Need some new study music? Follow us on Spotify: spoti.fi/3DQ1aGU
Join us for artist Louise Hamlin's lecture on "Seeing New Things" this Thursday, May 19 from 5-6pm. Reception in Russo Atrium to follow! Image: Louise Hamlin speaks with visitors about her exhibition "In the Moment: Recent Work by Louise Hamlin." Photo by Lars Blackmore.
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“If you are traveling off-trail or in the backcountry, think about where you’re stepping. Try to minimize your impact." —Rebecca Finger-Higgens (@Fingdinger), @DartGRAD ’20 bit.ly/3l1AKtf
Shout out to @dartmouth CS PhD student Dario Seyb @daseyb and Associate Professor Wojciech Jarosz @wkjarosz on their exciting cross-cutting research that will be presented at #SIGGRAPH2022 later this summer. twitter.com/wkjarosz/statu…
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Give a rouse! Ten students and alumni have been awarded @NSF Graduate Research Fellowships, and another nine received honorable mentions. bit.ly/3KVFax9
“We wanted to tell the stories of these children. We wanted to scream about the stories of these children, to remember them, because there are innocent lives, dreams, childhoods, families that are lost in the war in Ukraine,” says Tonia Zakorchemna ’23, co-organizer of the event.
Join the challenge to support the current and future generations of Dartmouth engineers! #ThinkBiggerChallenge 🙌twitter.com/dartmouthalumn…k
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Friday night plans still TBD? Come to the Hood Museum! We are open until 8pm and admission is always free. 📷: Rob Stronga
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What’s important to students and faculty in the new West End District? Bringing together science, tech, business, and entrepreneurship to look at solving the world’s complex problems and ask, “Why not?” #DartmouthInnovationFest
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Professor Ryan Calsbeek used an acoustic camera to study the mating calls of wood frogs. Learn more 👇 nyti.ms/3L4LAJG5
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