WHEN: Friday, April 1, 6:30-9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Dartmouth Club at the Yale Club, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, NYC
RSVP REQUIRED – OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT BE ADMITTED!
RSVP HERE not later than March 31.
Last year, 230 women attended this elegant & friendly evening. Enjoy an open bar of beer, wine, soda and juice — and a bounteous buffet of hors d’oeuvres (including a 3-foot tall chocolate fountain) — while you mingle.
Cost: $40 general admission, $20 for students over 21 (with ID). CASH ONLY at the door.
The Dartmouth Club at the Yale Club dress code is business casual or better. Absolutely no jeans, sneakers or t-shirts.
The Annual DGALA Mini-Reunion will take place Fri., June 17- Sat., June 18 in Hanover. Details about the mini-reunion are still being worked out, but the weekend will include a cocktail reception, our annual breakfast with President Kim, an exclusive tour of the Hood Museum and a lecture by Professor Michael Bronski. As usual, we have arranged for DGALA housing in the dorms. If you are interested in reserving a room, please email us.
Co-Hosted with the Dartmouth Club of Los Angeles
WHEN: Sunday, March 13
3:00 p.m. – tour exhibit
4:00 p.m. – talk by Daniel Heyman ’85
5:00 p.m. – wine and cheese reception
WHERE: Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University
COST: $5 cash at the door for dues-paying DCLA members/ $10 cash for all others.
Join fellow Dartmouth alums for a discussion with artist Daniel Heyman ’85 as he talks about his work which is on display at the Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University . From 2005 through 2008, Daniel accompanied a team of human rights attorneys to Jordan and Turkey , where he sat in on dozens of interviews with former Abu Ghraib detainees. He also spent time with African-American men in Philadelphia (where he lives) and with recent U.S. immigrants who, like the Iraqis, had little opportunity to tell their stories. Through his sensitive depictions and inclusion of their own words, Heyman’s portraits “restore dignity and individuality to those who have been deprived of their most basic human rights.”
RSVP to David Eichman ’82.
WHEN: THIS SATURDAY, February 19, 12:30-2:00 p.m.
WHERE: Pio Pio Salon, 702 Amsterdam Ave. (at 94th St.)
We just learned that 25 LGBTQ Dartmouth undergrads are going to be in town this weekend for a conference at Columbia, so we’ve planned a brunch to welcome them to town. Come meet the students and enjoy some Peruvian food.
Food is FREE courtesy of DGALA, drinks are on your own tab.
RSVP to Brendan Connell ’87
Gun Hill Road, a film written and directed by Rashaad Ernesto Green ’00, premiered to a sold-out crowd and standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival last month.
Set on the titular Bronx thoroughfare, Gun Hill Road is about the struggles of a sensitive, transgender teen (Harmony Santana), his patriarchal father (Esai Morales) and supportive but passive mother (Judy Reyes). Learn more about the film on its website, www.gunhillroad.com, and more about Green here.