Join DGALA for drinks following President Hanlon’s NYC visit at the Hilton Midtown. Come share your thoughts about the plans to move Dartmouth forward and connect with other alums.
We’ll be at Faces & Names (around the corner from the hotel) in the back room after the event.
To RSVP with Alumni Relations for President Hanlon’s event visit: http://alumni.dartmouth.edu/events/presidentevents/NYC
Event Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/604763596290180/
Dartmouth Alumni Relations & Event Info:
The Office of Alumni Relations invites you to join President Philip J. Hanlon ’77 and other Dartmouth alumni, family, and friends for a reception and program.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
New York Hilton Midtown
1335 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY
6 p.m. Cocktail Reception
7 p.m. Program, including a conversation with President Hanlon and Trustee Laurel Richie ’81
- Complimentary hors d’oeuvres
- Cash bar
Register by February 17, 2015 online or call (603) 646-1746.
View directions and venue information.
We look forward to seeing you in February.
Dartmouth to Host IvyQ in Fall 2014
Dartmouth will host IvyQ on Nov 6-9, 2014, the weekend after the DGALA All-Class Reunion (Oct 31-Nov 2). The student planning committee is seeking alum participation:
- Alums interested in hosting a workshop or participate in a panel on topics such as Poetry, Asexuality, Queer Histories, ARt (non-poets), STEM panel, Wellness, Ability, Class, Relationships, Sex, Sexuality, Identity, Advocacy, Faith, and Diasporas and Internationalism.
- Alums with connections to companies or organizations that would be interested in sponsoring the IvyQ conference. The fundraising committee is actively seeking individual, corporate, and organizational sponsors.
- For more info, email: email@example.com
IvyQ is an annual undergraduate conference focused on issues of gender, sexuality, identity, and leadership and is open to students throughout the Ivy League. Through meaningful and diverse programming and community-building, IvyQ aims to create an intercollegiate community of LGBTQ students and allies equipped with the skills to examine self-identities, value those of others, and understand the importance of intersectionality. While empowering all students to feel confident in their identities and their potential to instill positive change in their own lives and the communities they inhabit, IvyQ stresses the acknowledgment of our institutional privilege and seeks lasting social change for LGBTQ communities.
View the Triangle House Webcast & Discussion
Learn more about Dartmouth’s new living and learning residence for LGBTQA students.
Dr. Reese Kelly, Assistant Dean and LGBTQ Advisor
T Kienemund ’15
Caroline Kerr ’05, DGALA President
Sylvia Racca, Executive Director of the Dartmouth College Fund
Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Alumni/ae Association invite you to a live webcast featuring a conversation with:
– Assistant Dean and LGBT Advisor Dr. Reese Kelly
– DGALA Board President Caroline Kerr ’05
– T Kienemund ’15
About Triangle House: Dartmouth’s new living and learning residence for LGBT students, opening October 2014
April 2, 2014
4–5 PM EDT
To register, please go to http://www.visualwebcaster.com/TriangleHouseWebcast
Participants will have the opportunity to submit questions live during the webcast.
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.
Please take our short survey:
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 DGALA2014Reunion@gmail.com.
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 www.dgala.me.