The Votes Are In
At the 214th Dartmouth Alumni Council Meeting, BADA members were among alumni chosen to help lead the Council in upcoming years. Adrienne "Tee" Lotson '82 is now President-Elect of the Dartmouth Alumni Council. She is the first Black woman to be chosen for this...
A Dartmouth Legend: Dr. William Wilbert Cook, 1933-2017
Rest in peace Bill. Thank you for your passion and love. We celebrate and forever remember you.
BADA: Making and Studying History
Courtesy of Dartmouth Alumni Magazine
An Update from Our President
Leah Threatte Bojnowski '01 checks in with BADA members. Read more.
Can you give BADA one hour of your time?I can help with Admissions and/or Mentoring.I can help with Reunion Planning, Fundraising, Strategic Planning, and/or Marketing.I can help my Regional Chapter.
BADA in the Tweets
New mural will honor @agordonreed '81, the 1st African-American to integrate Conroe, TX's all-white schools in 1965. https://t.co/edoMXb0PGr pic.twitter.com/ISFN5fyhrf— Dartmouth Alumni (@dartmouthalumni) March 31, 2017
Open Now: 2018 Nominations for MLK Social Justice Awards & More
Dartmouth's Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee is now accepting nominations for awards to be presented at the 2018 event.There are three award categories:The Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice AwardsThe Lester B. Granger '18 Award for Lifetime...
Dartmouth College on Executive Order on Immigration
On Sunday, Jan. 29, President Phil Hanlon ’77 and Provost Carolyn Dever sent a message to the Dartmouth community regarding the recent executive order on immigration. Additionally, the BADA President has made remarks.
Dartmouth Study Finds No Evidence of Voter Fraud
Findings from Dartmouth College Researchers Refute Allegations Made by Trump Administration
Stand Up Against Injustice: MLK Jr. Remembered
“I come from a tradition where we do a little talking back.”
– Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou, The activist, preacher, and performer who was on campus to help kick off the College’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration of social justice activism and service.
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