Leading the graduating class’s march at Commencement each year are the student marshals, who are chosen for the role by their classmates. Marshals are recognized for their citizenship, enthusiasm, positive impact on others, and integrity of character.
College Photographer Joseph Mehling ’69 turned his lens on this year’s nine undergraduate and seven advanced degree marshals, who each chose a favorite campus location for the portrait. Office of Public Affairs interns Jocelyn Krauss ’10 and Grace Kouba ’13 asked the graduates to reflect on their Dartmouth experiences.
To view the full-size images with stories, click the photo below to start the slideshow. Then, click the “full screen” view button at lower right. Once in full screen mode, click “show info” in the upper right to view the captions. See slideshow on Dartmouth’s flickr site.