Contemporary Music Lab presents a free evening of music, noise, and sonic meditation beneath the dark vaulted transept in Rollins Chapel! Come explore a sound world filled with sonic fish, singing plants, and clangorous architecture. This location-specific performance will be a truly unique experience combining elements of music, improvisation, performance art, and theater.
Among the musical works presented by members of CML will be “Child of Tree” by American experimental composer John Cage and a new, improvisatory work by Dartmouth graduate student and composer Stefan Maier.
The Center for Service to Breaking the Mold: Careers in the Social Sector. This 2-day symposium brings together a group of alumni in social sector careers to talk about their work and network with current students. It is a great opportunity for students in any field to learn from and meet some exciting alums- it is not just for those thinking about nonprofit careers! There is both a dinner on Thursday evening and workshops on Friday over lunch (lots of free food).
Keynote and networking dinner: Feb 4th 6-8pm in Collis Common Ground
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Going Deep: Career Specific Workshop (lunch will be provided): Feb 5th 12:30-1:40pm in Collis 101
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About Breaking the Mold...
Break the mold! Learn from accomplished professionals with diverse experiences in the nonprofit sector. From educational policy and international service to health care and working for the environment, our diverse speakers will share their personal stories and offer insights about how you can create a career for the common good! Attend all the sessions or pick those most aligned with your interests. Space is limited, register now!
Join Dartmouth Desis: Dartmouth Indian Graduate Students Association on the dance floor where we'll be playing the best of Bollywood's beats!! No previous dancing experience needed, just an enthusiasm for unlimited fun and merriment!!!
Graduate Students + Music + Dancing + Food = Fun For All!!
Shanti, Dartmouth Hindu Student Organization, invites you to the annual celebration of Diwali on our campus on Saturday, November 14th. The celebration is in four events. There will be a prayer service, lighting lamps on the Green, cultural performances by Dartmouth students and Community members, and an Indian Vegetarian dinner.
Diwali, also called the festival of lights, is a Hindu festival that has gained popularity across the globe. According to Hindu legend, Diwali honors the stories of two avatars of the Hindu God Vishnu. It marks the triumph of good over evil (dharma over adharma) and is celebrated by lighting lamps on a New Moon day. Spiritually, the lighting of a lamp reminds us to kindle our own lamp of knowledge to dispel the darkness of ignorance.
The event is free and open to all members of the Dartmouth and the Upper Valley community. No RSVP is needed, but seating is limited, so come early!
Here is the official program:
Shanti's Annual DIWALI celebration
DATE: Saturday, November 14, 2015
Free & open to all
3.30-4.30pm: Hindu Puja at Rollins Chapel (seating starts at 3.15, Limited seating)
4.30-5.30pm: Lighting Lamps and sparklers on Dartmouth Green (5000 lamps!)
5.45-7:00pm: Cultural Program at Rollins Chapel (seating starts at 5.30, Limited seating)
7.00pm: Indian Vegetarian Dinner in Rollins Chapel
Sponsored by Upper Valley Indian Community, Special Programs & Events Committee, Graduate Student Council, Tucker Foundation, Thayer Council, and OPAL
The Society of Epicureans will be attending the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra fall concert at 8pm on November 7th in Spaulding auditorium at the HOP. This is a special concert with a guest conductor that is "Guaranteed to send you home with a song" or at least off to Canoe Club for drinks afterwards!
The first 7 people to buy their tickets and notify me will be reimbursed for the purchase ($5 with student ID).
I just bought my ticket (Right back, row U, seat 24) and they are almost sold out, yikes! If we want to sit together get your tickets soon!!
Come to a feast of 150 FREE chicken wings at EBAs! Laughs and fun fellowship also included!
Do you like wine, cheese, dessert, and good company? If so, then please come and join new and old graduate students in their celebration of the new school year at the annual North Park Wine and Cheese Mixer! We will be serving a variety of wines and cheeses, as well as some champagne, local ice cider, and desserts, throughout the event, so please bring your appetite!
For those of you that are new to the college, this event is completely free, and we just ask that you bring your student ID and another photo ID to ensure that you are over 21 if you plan on having some wine. Also, the event will be held outside this year with 14 North Park Apartment A as the rain location.
**For current North Park residents: A brief thirty minute orientation for North Park residents will precede the mixer, so please try to be in attendance!**
Come ring in the new term with a drink on us!