This month's DAM - featuring Rob Evans

Viewers often think of art as propelled by inspiration, but for Robert Evans ’79, meticulous prep work is essential for large wall murals that can stretch 50 to 60 feet or more. “It all comes down to planning and not getting lost on the wall,” says Evans, whose work appears at the Smithsonian Museum of American History, the New England Aquarium, George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate and museums and visitor centers around the country.

Read more about Evans in the November/December 2016 issue of DAM, and visit his website to view more of his murals.

A memory from freshman fall....

Photo of the Class of ’79 record-breaking 100-tier bonfire, taken by Charlie Rowe in November 1975 from the front overhang of the Hanover Inn.

Updated 35th Reunion Photos!

DAM - two featured classmates!

Two classmates are mentioned in the May/June issue of DAM:

 

Gina Barreca
“Lean On Me”

Click to read an excerpt of her new book
   Peter Robinson
“The Man Behind the Fall of the Wall”


79th Day Micro-Reunions!

 

Mini-reunion in Addis Ababa

Where in the world is this mini-reunion? Can you say Africa?

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35th Reunion Virtual Art Show

As part of our 35th reunion in June 2015, we invited classmates and family members to submit samples of their artwork - visit the 35th Reunion section to see the virtual collection.

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Class Update

2015 Outstanding Mini-Reunions (Honorable Mention)
The Partycipatory™ Class took home another honor at this year's Class Officers' Weekend. Read the citation here.

2015 Class President of the Year - Jim Wasz!


Give a rouse for our own Jim (and Joy) Wasz, who was recognized for his stellar work over the past five (six, actually) years. Read the citation here

2015 Reunion Class of the Year!!


For the seventh time, The Dartmouth Class of 1979 was recognized as "Class of the Year" during September's Class Officers' Weekend (COW).  This is the third time that we were so recognized in the last five years. No class in the history of the College has received this citation more times than our class. Click here for the text of the citation.

Front row, L-to-R: Nancy Schwartzman Malmquist, Barbara Wiese Ross, Debra Bray Mitchell, Stanley Weil.
Second row, L-to-R: Bill Mitchell, Tom Ewing, Mark Winkler, Jim Wasz, Carl Briscoe,John Currier, Brendan Cameron, Ellen Oppenheim, Mark Tomalonis
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