DGALA and DCF Scholars Event (5/11/22)

DGALA and the DCF are excited to be partnering for this live digital event for DGALA alums to meet one of our DGALA/DCF scholars.

Join us for an online conversation on Wednesday, May 11 at 6pm (EDT) as Awo Adu ’22 will share moments from her Dartmouth experience. To receive your personalized link, please register via the email distributed to DGALA members. Need help registering? Email dartgala@gmail.com.

Awo Adu D’22
Learn how Awo uses art for healing and her work with reviving, reorganizing, and rebranding the Black Underground Theatre and Arts Association (BUTA), as well as her mentorship efforts in both the Black and FGLI communities on campus.

HOMETOWN: Lowell, MA
MAJOR: Film & Media Studies modified with AAAS

Recording of our 2022 DGALA and DCF Scholars Event

2022 DGALA Mini-Reunion in Hanover

Join fellow DGALA members in Hanover for the return of our annual in-person all-class mini-reunion, Friday, June 17 and Saturday, June 18, 2022!

Our current event schedule (all events are free):

Drinks at Six South
Friday, June 17, 8:00 PM — 11:00 PM
Six South Street Hotel

DGALA Annual Reunion Breakfast with President Phil Hanlon ’77
Saturday, June 18, 8:30 AM — 10:00 AM
Hinman Forum, Rockefeller Center

RSVPs are encouraged to assist our planning.

Do you have ideas? Do you want to get involved and help organize? Send us an e-mail at dartgala@gmail.com!


Additionally, co-sponsored by Dartmouth Association of Latino Alumni (DALA), Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association (BADA), Dartmouth Asian Pacific American Alumni Association (DAPAAA), Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth (NAAAD), DGALA, and Women of Dartmouth:

Affiliated Alumni Reception
Saturday, June 18, 1:30 PM — 3:30 PM
Russo Gallery, Haldeman Center

We cordially invite all affiliated alumni and their guests to an informal reception on Saturday, June 18 from 1:30-3:30 PM (during on-campus reunions). Come mingle with fellow alumni from “round the girdled earth” and OPAL, FYSEP, LALACS, RMS, NAP, AAAS, NAIS staff & faculty to meet up & catch up! Beats & eats!

50th Anniversary [Coeducation/BADA/NAP] “Then & Now” Tours will leave from this location starting @ 2:30 PM.

LGBTQIA Women at Dartmouth in the Early Years (5/10/22)

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of coeducation, the Dartmouth LGBTQIA+ Alum Association (DGALA) and Women of Dartmouth invite you to an event exploring Dartmouth stories and perspectives of queer and trans women pre- and post-coeducation.

LGBTQIA Women at Dartmouth in the Early Years
May 10, 2022
7pm-8:30pm EST
Register online

Dana Bevan ’69, Mary Klages ’80, Amelia Cramer ’82, and Dottie Foley ’86 will speak about their journey to and through Dartmouth, where they found queer community, their struggles and triumphs, and their personal and professional lives since graduation.

Becca Wade ’22 and Jess Chiriboga ’24 will join the conversation to share about their own experiences as queer students on campus now and throughout COVID-19.

This event will be moderated by S. Caroline Kerr ’05, a current Dartmouth Trustee, and is co-sponsored by all Dartmouth alumni affiliated groups and the Dartmouth Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL).

Courtesy of the Dartmouth Library

My Journey to Dartmouth and Beyond (4/7/22)

"Dartmouth Coeducation at 50" bannerTo commemorate the 50th Anniversary of our Native American entities at Dartmouth (NAP, NAD, and NAIS), Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth and Women of Dartmouth invite you to ‘My Journey To Dartmouth And Beyond’, a panel of three phenomenal alumnae highlighting their stories of Dartmouth, and beyond. In showcasing these women’s stories, we will shine a light on their contributions to Dartmouth and their alumni & Native communities, as well as the profound impact that Dartmouth had on them. We are proud of our alums – come and hear about their journeys.

Panelists

  • Hilary C. Tompkins (’90, Navajo), current Dartmouth Trustee
  • Mabelle Drake Hueston (’86, Navajo), former co-chair of the Native American Visiting Committee (NAVC)
  • Sarah Harris (’00, Mohegan), NAVC committee member

Moderator

  • Kalina Newmark (’11, Dene), co-chair of the NAVC and former Alumni Council representative of the Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth (NAAAD).

Please join us for this important conversation.

My Journey to Dartmouth and Beyond
Thursday, April 7, 2022
7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. EST
Register online

This event is co-hosted by the Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth and Women of Dartmouth, and co-sponsored by all affiliated alumni groups.

Becoming Johanna Viewing and Q&A (10/7/21)

We are thrilled to announce that documentary filmmaker, educator, and activist Jonathan Skurnik ’86 is providing DGALA members with special FREE access to watch his film Becoming Johanna, and will then join us for a Q&A on Zoom.

You will also be treated to a short about Robert Jackson ’86 coming out his senior spring (7 min). DGALA funds are being used to fund the digitization of this film!

Please register here.

A Vimeo link will be sent after registration to permit viewing in advance of the Oct. 7 Q&A event. There will not be a joint viewing session for these films.