Trending Topics: What’s Everyone Reading?


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30-Year Partnership Between Dartmouth and Beijing Normal University HonoredA Dartmouth delegation recently traveled to China, Japan, and Korea to make connections that will broaden Dartmouth’s international collaborations.


Dartmouth College Announces Installation of Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Crouching Spider’ in the Maffei Arts PlazaOn loan from the estate of artist Louise Bourgeois, Crouching Spider is located in front of the new Black Family Visual Arts Center.


After Renovations, Dartmouth Can See Orozco’s Mural in a New LightThe Orozco Room, which houses one of Dartmouth’s greatest treasures, José Clemente Orozco’s mural The Epic of American Civilization, reopens after a three-month renovation.


Dartmouth Alumna Competes at London 2012 ParalympicsAlex Stein ’06, assistant director of athletic fundraising, competed as a coxswain on the U.S. rowing team at the 2012 Paralympics in London.


The Hanover Inn at Dartmouth Welcomes Conferences to New Hayward RoomThe Hanover Inn has been booking conference after conference since it opened its new Hayward Room, the most recently completed stage of the renovation of the Inn.

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