News & Events

  • Bill Phillips '71 will be teaching MALS 226: Screenwriting during winter term 2017.

    Read the full article on Dartmouth News

    No one is more surprised than Bill Phillips ’71 that Christine, the 1983 “killer car...

  • Educator, speaker, and award-winning activist, Robyn Ochs visited Dartmouth on Thursday, September 29 for a discussion of a wide range of gender identity and diversity issues.

    Ochs met with the students of Regine Rosenthal's MALS 277: Coloring Gender course.

    You can read about the event here.

  • It’s time to start thinking about submitting your best work for consideration in the fall/winter issue of Clamantis: The MALS Journal

    Submissions are due by Monday, October 10. We are looking for anything current students have produced during their time in MALS, or from alumni since graduating from the program (unless you are a budding photographer or artist—then please do share your artwork outside...

  • MALS hosted its Annual Alumni Luncheon on Thursday, August 11th.

    Courtney Banghart '00, MALS '07 shared stories of leadership and life lessons learned along the way.

    Read more here.

  • Tom Zoellner, MALS '12 covers the RNC for the Los Angeles Review of Books in an essay titled, "The Art of the Plain Deal: A Report from the RNC in Cleveland"

    Read the full essay here.

  • Neda Nobari, MALS '15 was featured on the Huffington Post Blog in an interview titled, "Neda Nobari: Fire, Hope and Love for Humanity" discussing her philanthropic work with SFSU including contribution to the creation of The Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies. Read the full article...

  • The 2016 MALS Alumni Association Luncheon and Meeting


    Courtney Banghart '00, MALS '07

    Head Coach of Women's Basketball at Princeton University
    The 2015 Naismith National Coach of the Year and one of Fortune Magazine's 50 Greatest Leaders, Banghart has led the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament in six of the last seven years, capturing five Ivy League titles in the process. Coach Banghart will discuss:
    "Leadership and Life...

  • Do you know what you're really eating? MALS Alum, Larry Olmsted discussed his new book, Real Food/Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating and What You Can Do About It on CBS This Morning. See the video clip and read the whole article here.

    Olmsted will be teaching MALS 247: Nonlinear Fiction: Beginning, Middle, or End? this coming fall term.

  • Jacqueline Williams, MALS '14 has published an article titled, "The New Panama Canal: Risky Business" in The New York Times.

    Read the article here.

  • “This is the Journal of our dreams,” said Emily Hedges, co-Editor of the newly released MALS publication. Neatly bound, sporting an attractively designed cover, and bursting full of great writing, Clamantis made its debut May 11, 2016. MALS faculty members, alumni, and several of the students whose work appears in the new issue, along with their family and friends, gathered together to celebrate the new Journal’s unveiling at a special wine and cheese reception at the Hanover Inn....