All Class Reunion Pre-Party in NYC!

DGALA 2014 All Class Reunion Pre-Party in NYC!
Please join DGALA and many NYC alumni for drinks and appetizers on Friday, October 17th in Hells Kitchen to find out more about what’s in store for the big weekend up in Hanover.
Come to catch-up with old friends and hear more about Triangle House and DGALA’s 30th Anniversary, even if you’re not able to attend the DGALA All Class Reunion.  It’s going to be a fun happy hour!

2014 All Class Reunion Hotel Rates

DGALA has negotiated discounted rates at the Hanover Inn, Six South Street, the Norwich Inn, and the Marriott Courtyard — just mention “DGALA” when you book to take advantage of this reduced pricing. Rooms are reserved from Thursday evening (early arrivals) through Sunday over the Reunion Weekend.

Six South Street Hotel: $229 per night (Singles & Doubles)
Phone: 603-643-0600

Hanover Inn: $269 per night (Singles & Doubles)
Phone: 603-643-4300

Marriott Courtyard: $169 per night (Single) or $179 per night (Double)
Phone: 603-643-5600

Norwich Inn: $164/174 or $179/$194 per night
Phone: 802-649-1143

Want to help with reunion planning? Have questions?
Email us at

Hanover Inn

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Marriott Courtyard
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Norwich Inn
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DGALA 2014 All Class Reunion: Save the Date

SAVE THE DATE: DGALA All Class Reunion & Triangle House Grand Opening
October 31, 2014 to November 2, 2014

DGALA turns 30 next year and we want you to celebrate this tremendous milestone with us in Hanover next fall. More details to come but for now mark your calendars and make plans to join us. Drawing nearly two hundred alumni back to Hanover, our ’09 Reunion included three days of events, panels, dinners, mixers, and special events, and we look forward to exceeding expectations again next year.

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DGALA has negotiated discount rates at the Hanover Inn, the Norwich Inn and the Marriott Courtyard — just mention “DGALA” when you book to take advantage of this reduced pricing.

Want to help with reunion planning? Have questions?
Email us at

DGALA was founded in 1984 with the hopes of connecting Dartmouth’s LGBT alumni/ae from all classes. Now boasting over 800 members worldwide, our organization sponsors a wide range of programming across the country, provides an advisory role to Dartmouth faculty and administrators on issues of LGBT concern and collaborates with the Dartmouth College Fund to provide financial assistance to students through the DGALA DCF Scholars Program.  To learn more about DGALA, visit


Annual DGALA Mini Reunion

Dartmouth College, Hanover NH
June 14 at 10:00pm until June 15 at 10:00pm


Friday, June 14th:

10:00 PM — Midnight
DGALA Cocktails (Open Bar!)
Six South St Hotel Bar
6 South Street, Hanover

Saturday, June 15th:

9:00 AM — 10:00 AM
DGALA Annual Reunion Breakfast with President-elect Phil Hanlon ‘77
Hinman Forum, Rockefeller Center

Noon — 1:00 PM
Special DGALA-Only Hood Museum Tour
Hood Museum (meet in museum lobby)

2:00 PM — 3:00 PM
DGALA Lecture: The Rise and Fall of the Religious Right
Alumni Hall, Hopkins Center

Randall Balmer, Mandel Family Professor of Arts & Sciences and chair of the department of religion, will examine the origins of the religious right, its political and cultural influence, and evidence for its demise.

3:15 PM
Meeting with US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand ’88 (NY)
Alumni Hall, Hopkins Center

We are honored that Senator Gillibrand, a great advocate for our community, is taking time out of her 25th reunion schedule to meet with us.

6:00 PM
Informal Dinners

View the Facebook Event & RSVP Here:

Annual DGALA Mini-Reunion Schedule

 Friday, June 15th

10pmDGALA Cocktails with Open Bar at the bar at Six South St Hotel, Hanover’s only boutique hotel.  Six South St Hotel

Saturday, June 16th
8:30am to 10am:  DGALA Reunions Breakfast, with remarks by President Kim @ 8:45am.  Hinman Lounge, Rockefeller Center

11am to NoonExclusive DGALA Tour of Men of Fire: Jose Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock.  A senior Hood administrator will welcome us and provide an overview of the museum.  Following the welcome, Sarah Powers, Assistant Curator for Special Projects, will lead us on a tour of the exhibition.  We are fortunate to catch it during its last 2 days on view!  Hood Museum

2pm:  “God Gave Them Guns” takes a vacation:  How American Culture Wars Get Fought Overseas.  Professor Jeff Sharlet, the recipient of the International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission’s 2011 Outspoken Award and the National Lesbian and Gay Award for Excellence in Feature Writing, will lecture on this provocative topic.  Moore Theater, Hopkins Center

Dinner:  DGALA members at Mini Reunion have traditionally gathered for casual dinners on Saturday, usually joined by LGBT undergraduates and members of the graduating class.