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February 22, 2013 issue

Carnival photos; Coeducation celebration

40th Anniversary of Native American StudiesAlumni Help Celebrate 40 Years of Native American Studies
Alumni including Howard Bad Hand ’73, Michael Hanitchak ’73, David Bonga ’74, and Drew Ryce ’74 took part in “Origin Stories: Native Alumni Reflections on the Founding of Dartmouth’s Native American Studies Program.”

Greenways: Coming HomeGreenways: Coming Home
Join us to celebrate 40 years of coeducation on April 5 to 7. Gather with faculty and students, and connect with classmates and friends. Keynote speakers include actor and author Rachel Dratch ’88 and Dartmouth Trustee Laurel Richie ’81, who is president of the Women's National Basketball Association.

102nd Winter Carnival Dartmouth’s 102nd Winter Carnival
This year’s “A Very Grimm Carnival” featured everything from the popular Polar Bear Swim to a jazz performance. Check out the photo slide show.

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Dartmouth Ranks in Top 10Dartmouth Ranks in Top 10 Return on Investment List compares colleges’ sticker prices against three decades of lifetime earnings, putting Dartmouth among the top 10.

IGERT Fellows' videoGold Medalist Foudy to Honor Title IX and Coeducation
In celebration of the 40th anniversaries of coeducation at Dartmouth and Title IX, Olympic soccer gold medalist Julie Foudy will speak on campus.

Eric FossumProfessor Eric Fossum Elected to National Academy
Professor of Engineering Eric Fossum has developed technology that makes the camera in your cell phone.

Social Justice AwardsSocial Justice Awards Honor Distinguished Dartmouth Leaders
The awards, honoring community members who have contributed significantly to social justice, were given this winter to: the Barnet Family; Karen Lewis ’74; Steve Cosson ’90; Joseph O'Donnell, Geisel ’71; and the Dartmouth Graduate Veterans Association.

French humor in Hop productionsFrench Humor and Alumni Reign in Hop Productions
Hop audiences immersed themselves in two ensemble adaptations of classic French comic works: The Liar and Candide.

Donald PeaseProfessor Pease Debates at Oxford
Pease debates at the internationally renowned arena for free speech, chambers that have hosted Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa, and Gandhi.

Dartmouth SkiwaySkiway Is a ‘Pipeline of Olympic Talent’
One of only three college-owned ski mountains in the East, the Dartmouth Skiway provides an educational and recreational outlet for students, faculty, and staff.
Stay Connected:
Dartmouth on LocationDartmouth on Location
Join us for educational adventures with Dartmouth professors at extraordinary venues around the country, including a discussion of Julius Caesar with Professor Peter Saccio in Chicago and a study of ethics and genomic science with Professor Ronald Green in Long Island, N.Y. Explore the Dartmouth on Location program in this new video
Get Ready for ReunionsGet Ready for Your Reunion
Celebrate enduring friendships, rediscover the campus, the classrooms, and remember the people and places that changed your life. Start reconnecting now at and @dartmouthalumni on Twitter.
Get Ready for ReunionsFamily Tour of Classical China
Walk the Great Wall, cruise the Yangzi River, meet the 2,300-year-old terra cotta warriors, fly kites in the Temple of Heaven, and practice martial arts while exploring Chinese life and culture, June 24-July 5, 2013.
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Last Updated: 2/25/13