Join DGALA June 13-14 in Hanover for our Annual Mini-Reunion

Join DGALA June 13-14 in Hanover for our Annual Mini-Reunion

All classes are invited and all events are FREE!
The tentative schedule for the weekend includes:

Friday June 13th

10:00PM – Midnight
DGALA Cocktails (Open Bar!)

Saturday June 14th

9:00AM – 10:00AM
DGALA Annual Reunion Breakfast with President Phil Hanlon ’77

11:00 AM – Noon
Special DGALA-Only Hood Museum Tour

2:00PM – 3:00PM
DGALA-Only Tour of Triangle House

6:00PM – 8:00PM
Informal Dinner with Students

DGALA dorm housing available for a limited time only!  For information e-mail dartgala@gmail.com.

Triangle House Webcast Video Now Online

View the Triangle House Webcast & Discussion

Learn more about Dartmouth’s new living and learning residence for LGBTQA students.

Presenters:
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 

Triangle House Webinar, Dartmouth LGBT

Triangle House Webcast with Dartmouth College

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

WEBCAST
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.

2014 Reunion Registration Live!

LGBT Reunion - Dartmouth College

Register online now to take advantage of our limited-time Early Bird rates:  http://dgala2014reunion.eventbrite.com
For complete information and updates about the 2014 All Class Reunion, please visit our 2014 Reunion Home Page

Want to help with reunion planning? Have questions?
Email us at DGALA2014Reunion@gmail.com.

DGALA Awarded 2013 Group of the Year

2013 Group of the Year:  Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Alumni/ae Association

“DGALA exemplifies thoughtful partnership.  Partnership amongst alumni members.  Partnership between students and alumni.  Partnership between alumni and the College.  Such partnership was very evident in 2013.

DGALA continues to demonstrate strong support of LGBTQA students at Dartmouth, on both an individual and financial level.  Through a partnership with the Dartmouth College Fund, DGALA members’ contributions made 2013 its third record-breaking year and resulted in the naming of seven DGALA student scholars. The group also maintains the Bourne Fund, which provides students with assistance if they enter financial crisis after coming out.  DGALA continues strong communication efforts with its members and the College, with regular newsletters, a wonderful website, a vibrant Facebook group and regular communication with staff.

The group’s leadership navigates issues adeptly and with a sense of balance, taking care to support the College as well as its members’ varying perspectives.  DGALA’s leadership sets high standards, is conscientious, insightful, and remains informed on College happenings.  Members exhibit a commitment to strengthening the College, as evident through their participation on various committees this year, which included:  the search committee for the new Assistant Dean and LGBTQA Advisor in the Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL), the Triangle House planning committee, as well as, the Alumni Council’s Ad-Hoc Committee on Diversity & Inclusion.

As part of the 2013 June Reunions, DGALA organized a slate of engaging and thoughtful programs which included the annual breakfast with President Hanlon, a private tour at the Hood museum, a faculty lecture, a jam-packed cocktail hour, and a Q&A with Senator Kristen Gillibrand `88.  All of these events resulted in record attendance numbers.  The group continues to foster meaningful connections between its members and the College, coordinating programs in Hanover and beyond and has big plans for their upcoming 30th anniversary all-class reunion in October, which promises to be engaging and exciting.  We look forward to seeing it all come to fruition!

For all these reasons and more, we are proud to acknowledge DGALA as the 2013 Group of the Year.”

Full article: https://alumni.dartmouth.edu/awards/clubandgroupawards/DGALA