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Two Dartmouth professors write about the exhibition “The Plains Indians: Artists of Earth and Sky.”
Mauritanian-born director Abderrahmane Sissako will be honored April 21 during his visit to campus.
The alumnus has already won a National Book Award and a National Book Critics Circle Award for Redeployment.
The group aims, in part, to spread awareness of the northeast African countries the Nile runs through.
Don’t forget to complete the Climate Survey, open until the 23rd. We want to hear your voice. #DartmouthSpeaksUp http://t.co/2fnxB1OmPt
Theodor “Seuss” Geisel, class of 1925, showed us the places we’ll go. Soon, he'll answer: What pet should you get?http://t.co/yoLjEcBgs6
MT @HoodMuseum: #VictorEkpuk's drawing performance progress as of Tues. 04/21 12pm. #hoodmuseum #dartmouth http://t.co/l1O1YvTZeR
MT @HoodMuseum: BEFORE: The blank wall that artist, Victor Ekpuk will use for his drawing performance. Stay tuned! http://t.co/RBpSOL48SE
Have you seen the latest #Nike commercial, #BetterForIt? A Tuck prof shares his thoughts on the ad w/ @MediaPost: http://t.co/o2buGPzwNU
Choosing a #bschool is too important to take lightly. 4 questions you must ask; http://t.co/rfOUM71pL8. #MBA #TuckSchool
From Pete T'16: Building business from thin air—the #startup science of what to-do tomorrow. http://t.co/zVb8FO0vJQ #eship
April 27 – 30 @NHMS! https://t.co/Iwm3TMhxZY
GMP organized a social for graduate students and Dr. Melina Gehring to discuss adjusting to American culture: http://t.co/za7EVMWiBK
Hanover is such a beautiful place... https://t.co/iBDSdwe6gx