The New England Foundation for the Arts says the work of Geo Neptune ’10 “narrates the journey toward embracing the sacred role of the two-spirit: a keeper of tradition, a teacher, and a role model for Passamaquoddy and other Wabanaki youth.”
Dartmouth ranks No. 1 for alumni who give back to their alma mater, according to a measure that looks at the median size of gifts per full-time students over seven years as well as the average percentage of all alumni who give any amount.
“The panther is a human / vision, interminable refusal, our common call to adore ourselves…” writes Dartmouth’s Joshua Bennett in a poem contributed as part of The New York Times’ “1619 Project” on the legacy of American slavery.
Dartmouth’s Memorial Field isn’t just any football field, but one where Head Coach Buddy Teevens ’79 eliminated live tackling in practice, and expects the game’s future—everywhere—will change, thanks to the Mobile Virtual Player, for starters.