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Live, from Dartmouth—it’s Thursday night! Written, directed, cast, edited, filmed, and performed by students, Thursday Night Live (or TNL as the students dubbed it) was the cumulative project for “Film and Media Studies 36.”

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Pine Park is made up of 90 acres of 125-year-old pine tree forest and winding trails. It's also part of your backyard at #Dartmouth. (Photo by Alexander Lopez '15)

If you love photos of campus you should check us out on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1nAm1Fa
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We've announced the members of the three linked working groups that are pursuing the development of a plan for robust and sustained diversity and inclusion across campus. http://bit.ly/1nwQN1H

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As this Dartmouth Sports​ season comes to an end, here's a quick look at the teams and athletes moving on to postseason play. Go, Big Green! http://bit.ly/1Ra18IB

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Give a rouse for music professor and composer Ashley Fure, recipient of a “Grants to Artists” award from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts—an unrestricted $40,000 prize for artists creating pioneering work. http://bit.ly/1TpSsnL

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We're particularly fond of number one on this list. Kaya Thomas ’17, you slay every day! #IWD2016 http://bzfd.it/1OYFTrE

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Join Paul Sunde, the Interim Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, and G. Dino Koff, the Director of Financial Aid, for a live video chat about the affordability of a Dartmouth education. You’ll be able to submit questions and receive answers directly from Paul and Dino. This live chat will take place on today, December 8, at 8 p.m. EST.

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Bird's eye view. Photo by Collier Pruner '17
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In partnership with NASA, physics professor Robyn Millan takes a new approach to measuring X-rays and their impact on Earth
http://bit.ly/1In7PH4

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"It means that liberal education, done right and undertaken with enthusiasm, curiosity, and passion, makes you smarter. That's right. Smarter.”—Cecilia Gaposchkin, medieval history professor and assistant dean of pre-major advising, on what a liberal arts education really means. Read more in The Huffington Post: http://huff.to/1gMii4u
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