Art History’s Mary Coffey says that the murals in Baker-Berry Library are an essential part of artist José Clemente Orozco’s career.
Professor Thalia Wheatley’s team is investigating the link between music and emotion, and the cross-cultural universality of the connection.
The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive, with more than 47,000 rare audio tracks, is one of the largest online Jewish sound databases in the world.
New York sculptor John Newman, in residence for winter term, creates playful pieces combining disparate materials.
Formerly the rector at a local Episcopal church, Rev. Vogele says her return to Dartmouth is a double homecoming.
"These honorees embody the ideals and carry on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with their relentless pursuit of social justice,” says Dartmouth's Gabrielle Lucke.
The yearlong "Best in Show" series of film festival tributes takes a look at Italy's Pordenone Silent Film Festival, on February 1-3.
Five Dartmouth alumni have committed a total of $5.5 million to create endowments in support of various varsity athletics programs.
Working with your hands is something for students to explore, says Amos Kennedy about the revival of letterpress printing.
N.H.’s John Lynch talks about state and national challenges in the inaugural Perkins Bass lecture.