As Dartmouth’s 250th year progresses, there’s still plenty of time to celebrate, with specially designed classes, symposia, exhibits, alumni events, and opportunities for community service.Learn more
They were on the same team Monday when Buddy Teevens ’79, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach, and his counterpart Bob Surace, Princeton’s Charles W. Caldwell Jr. ’25 Head Coach of Football, donned pinstripes and threw a pair of pitches from the mound at Yankee Stadium before the Yankees dropped a game to the Tampa Bay Rays, 5-4. The Big Green and the Tigers face off at the stadium on Nov. 9 to celebrate 150 years of college football and 250 years of Dartmouth.Learn more
From celebrations to symposia, Dartmouth has hosted dozens of events around the country to honor its 250th anniversary in 2019. In September, the College will take the festivities overseas with a major event in London.
Drawing alumni, family, and friends from throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, Dartmouth at 250: The Global Summit will feature three days of programming from Sept. 27 through 29. Highlights include a discussion of Dartmouth’s strategic vision with President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 and other academic leaders; panels on topical issues; and celebrations in London’s skyscraper The Shard as well as historic Guildhall.Learn more
“All will agree that whatever else Dartmouth has been, it has been adventurous,” Earl Cranston, Class of 1919, wrote in the Dartmouth Alumni Magazine in 1944. That sense of adventurism, richly chronicled in the pages of this new book, colors the College’s storied past, defines its far-flung alumni, and animates the world-changing work that has emerged from Dartmouth’s teachers, researchers, students, and graduates.Order your copy