Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Coeducation at Dartmouth

50 Years of Dartmouth Women Changing the World
Throughout 2021 and 2022, Dartmouth remembers and celebrates a monumental milestone.
This campus-wide commemoration of Dartmouth Coeducation at 50 includes on-campus and virtual events, stimulating educational content, and a year-long celebration of Dartmouth women as changemakers.

A Timeline of Women at Dartmouth

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Dartmouth Marks Three Major Milestones


Fifty years ago, Dartmouth opened its doors of admission to women, established the Native American Studies program, and saw the founding of the Black Alumni at Dartmouth Association (BADA). Throughout 2022, the College will commemorate all three milestones, beginning with the shift to coeducation. 


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50 for 50 Milestone Anniversary Storytelling Project

Check out the 50 for 50 Milestone Anniversary Storytelling Project, a storytelling project in celebration of three major Dartmouth anniversaries

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Inspire: Women of Dartmouth Stories


Finding a Healthy Balance
Diksha Gautham


Diksha Gautham ’15 shares her intimate and inspirational story about balancing body image, fitness, and career


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Finding Courage Through Curiosity


Melanie Bowen ’93 has spent a life asking questions and still sees so many more on the road ahead


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Cultivating Joy and Peace


Sope Ogunyemi ’01 reflects on her years at Dartmouth, where she developed lifelong friendships and an approach to challenges that she still employs today


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