Brown is the Henry Luce Curatorial Fellow for Native American Art at the RISD Museum. In a press release, the museum said that she and another recently hired curator "will support acquisitions and develop programming promoting historically underrepresented groups."
The federal government is beginning an investigation into 367 Native American boarding school sites in the U.S., plus non-boarding schools on Indian reservations, where McBride has uncovered more than 1,000 deaths that occurred between 1879 and 1934. "It's quite likely that 40,000 children died either in or because of these institutions," McBride told Reuters.
McBride double-majored in economics and Native American studies at Dartmouth and is back on campus now as a Charles Eastman Fellows in Native American Studies.
CNBC profiled Burgess, now the CEO of a flood insurance company, as part of its Make It series “Behind the Desk.” Burgess became the first openly gay CEO of a publicly traded bank after the one he founded, C1 Financial, Inc, went public in 2014.
Of his time at Dartmouth, Burgess says, "Late in my freshman year, I came out. I had been the president of my fraternity and ended up resigning and became president of the gay students' group."
The Boston Globe profiles Moira Teevens, now Moira Nobili, from her days as a track star at Silver Lake Regional High School to her time at Dartmouth to her current role as the track coach at Nauset Regional High School—where her daughter Izzy is a senior captain.
Reckford and her rowing partner won all their races in women's lightweight doubles rowing at the 2021 World Rowing Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, Switzerland, earning places on Team USA for the upcoming Summer Olympics in Tokyo.