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In 2019, Dartmouth marks its 250th anniversary with events designed to capture the College's unique character, indelible spirit, and rich history. Everyone is invited to join in the celebration!

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Dartmouth to Celebrate 250th in London With First-Ever Global Summit

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.

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Dartmouth 250th Comes to Minneapolis

On Sept. 14, join alumni, friends, and family as we gather at Paisley Park in Minneapolis to celebrate Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary. Actress and playwright Sharon Washington ’81 will headline an evening of storytelling that celebrates and inspires the Dartmouth spirit and connects us as a community. Registration for this “Dartmouth on Location 250” event is now open!

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It’s Coach Teevens, on the Mound at Yankee Stadium

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. 

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Hanover and Dartmouth Host Visitors from Nihonmatsu, Japan

This summer, Dartmouth, Hanover, and Nihonmatsu, Japan, are celebrating the 20th anniversary of a three-way friendship. Hanover is Nihonmatsu’s sister city in the U.S. The two communities host exchange programs honoring the legacy of Nihonmatsu native Kan’ichi Asakawa, Class of 1899, the first student from East Asia to graduate from Dartmouth. After earning his PhD at Yale, Asakawa returned to Dartmouth as a lecturer in Japanese culture and history.

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