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Dartmouth on Location 250: New York with Jake Tapper '91 & David Harbour '97

Kick off Dartmouth's 250th anniversary with a celebration on January 12 in New York City.

Saturday, January 12, 2019
4:00pm – 10:00pm
The Rink at Brookfield Place and the Conrad Hotel, New York City
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Dartmouth 250th, Off Campus Event

Let the Celebration Begin!

Dartmouth is coming to New York to start a year of celebratory events around the country in honor of Dartmouth’s 250th anniversary in 2019.

Join in the fun as President Philip J. Hanlon '77, Gail Gentes '77a, CNN’s Jake Tapper ’91, actor David Harbour ’97, and other special guests usher in this historic year. Together, we’ll gather ’round for an evening of storytelling that celebrates and inspires the Dartmouth spirit and connects us as a community.

Saturday, January 12, 2019
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Relive skating with friends on Occom Pond; warm up with food, drinks, and the company of good friends; and experience the engaging moments you enjoyed as a student – right in Battery Park! Join us for one or both events!

Skating Party
The Rink at Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey Street, New York
4–6 p.m.

$25 – general admission
$10 – Classes 2008–2018
Free for children 5 and under

Reception and Program
Conrad Hotel, 102 North End Avenue, New York

6–7 p.m. Registration and welcome reception
7–8:15 p.m. Program 

A Story About Truth: Master storyteller Jake Tapper ’91 who will delve into how we differentiate fact from fiction in today’s world.

A Story About Inspiration: Provost Joe Helble will share his personal story of how he is inspired by Dartmouth faculty and students every day.

Tales of Impact: Provost Helble will join John Currier ’79 Th’81 and Kendall Ronzano ’17 Th’18 of Mobile Virtual Player, as well as Alexandra Stasior ’20 and Julia Marcotte ’20 of Speedbreak, who will share how they turn ideas into reality to improve our world.

A Story About Imagination: Actor David Harbour '97 of Stranger Things, will discuss the role of imagination in today's world and share stories of how he finds creative inspiration.

8:15–10 p.m. Reception with hearty hors d'oeuvres and open bar of beer, wine, and soft drinks
10 p.m. Event concludes

$50 – general admission
$25 – Classes 2008–2018
Free for children 5 and under

For more information, contact:
Juana Nantez

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.