Hi LA people! Free event opportunity here!
We have reserved 9 tickets for The Broad in March. Please RSVP on Facebook, and the first to respond will have a place held.
NY Times review: http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/13/arts/design/review-broad-museum-los-angeles.html?_r=0
Arrive before 7pm as the group must enter together promptly at 7pm.
Questions: contact Rigel Cable – DGALA Board of Directors.
DGALA’s President Brendan Connell, Jr. ’87 and VP Melanie Pastuck ’11 were surprised and extremely honored to receive The Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs Leaders of the Year Award at a recent dinner in Hanover (Club and Group Officers Weekend). Mel was unable to attend and receive her award, which Brendan accepted on her behalf, so we wanted to invite you to join us in celebrating Mel as we pass on her award to her too.
The award was made more special when we learned about the amazing Mr. Gibbs. Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs II ’52 (1852, that is!) was a pioneering missionary and educator as well as a politician during Reconstruction, serving as Florida’s first black Secretary of State. He was a member of the abolitionist movement while at Dartmouth, and he was only the third African-American to graduate from the College.
Hope to see you soon to celebrate Mr. Gibbs, Black History Month, Brendan, and Mel.
RSVP to join us on Facebook!
DGALA is excited to host drinks and dinner following Alumni Relation’s Evening with Provost Dever in NYC a the Roosevelt Hotel near Grand Central! We look forward to seeing you all at Hofbräu Bierhaus NYC at 8:30pm once the program ends – we promise it’ll be the wurst time!
If you cannot make the reception with the Provost, feel free to RSVP and join us afterwards for drinks anyway!
RSVP on Facebook!
How do a geographer, an economist, and an anthropologist collaborate? How does faculty research strengthen teaching? How do we promote learning inside and outside of the classroom?
Discover the answers and learn more about Dartmouth’s academic aspirations in a lively conversation with Provost Carolyn Dever and Rahul Sarpeshkar, the inaugural Thomas E. Kurtz Chair in the William H. Neukom Academic Cluster in Computational Science.
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
6 p.m. Reception with hors d’oeuvres and cash bar
7 p.m. Program
The Roosevelt Hotel
45 East 45th Street
RSVP online by March 1, 2016
When you shop on Amazon.com, starting this 2014 holiday season, Amazon will make a donation of 0.5% of your purchase price directly to DGALA!
Link your Amazon log in to DGALA’s Amazon Smile account today:
More about AmazonSmile:
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Date: Tuesday, December 15th
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Place: Press Club
20 Yerba Buena Lane, San Francisco
Cost: Free for Everyone (No cover. Cash bar.)
You know Dasher and Dancer, and Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid, and Donner and Blitzen. But do you recall, the most famous wine bar of all?
Come join Bay Area Ivy and friends at a long-term, elegant favorite: Press Club—one of San Francisco’s most sophisticated wine venues, perfectly decorated for the holiday season. Whether you’re new in town, returning to the Bay Area, or looking to play some reindeer games with fellow alumni, you’ll be welcomed with open arms.
Co-hosted by Dartmouth Silicon Valley, DGALA, and FFR/Princeton BTGALA.
Not yet a Dartmouth Silicon Valley member? Click here to JOIN.
The DSV Board of Directors extends its deepest appreciation to the Press Club, and owner Andrew Chun T’05, for their continued and generous support of the Dartmouth community in Northern California. Thank you!
RSVP REQUIRED: December 14th
To aid in the planning of this event, RSVP by December 14th. Please include the first and last name, and Dartmouth class (if applicable), of each attendee. Please register early. Reservation/Cancellation Policy
DGALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, Harvard GSC, Yale GALA, and Mount Holyoke Pride Present…Intercollegiate LGBT Alumni Fall Dinner!
New York, NY
Featuring a reading by Debra Hyde from her book “The Tattered Heiress” and
A reading by Victor Bevine from his book “Certainty” &
A presentation by Katherine Gleason from the book “Anatomy of Steampunk: The Fashion of Victorian Futurism”
||Thursday, November 19, 2015, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Appetizers will be served until about 7:30.
At 7:30 we will have a special reading and performance upstairs!
Dinner will be served about 8:15.
163 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002
||$30 in advance through PayPal, $40 cash at the door
Princeton University students attend free with Princeton ID and prior RSVP
Includes appetizers and dinner and coffee with a light dessert. Cash bar