Dartmouth College

Eleazar Wheelock, Dartmouth College founder
The Charter of Dartmouth College on display in Baker Memorial Library. The charter was signed on December 13, 1769, on behalf of George III.
The earliest known image of Dartmouth appeared in the February 1793 issue of Massachusetts Magazine. The engraving may also be the first visual proof of cricket being played in the United States.
Lithograph of the President's House, Thornton Hall, Dartmouth Hall, and Wentworth Hall
College seal at the Collis Center
Baker Memorial Library
A view of East Campus from Baker Tower
Tuck School of Business
McNutt Hall, home to the Dartmouth Office of Undergraduate Admissions
Tower Room in Baker Memorial Library
Dartmouth Hall was reconstructed in 1906.
Drawing of Wilson Hall, Dartmouth's first library building, by architect Samuel J. F. Thayer (1842–1893), which appeared in American Architect and Building News in March 1885.
American elm on Dartmouth College campus, June 2011
The Hopkins Center
Sherman Fairchild Physical Sciences Center
Memorial Field
Robinson Hall houses many of the College's student-run organizations, including the Dartmouth Outing Club. The building is a designated stop along the Appalachian Trail.
Dartmouth Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity house
A Dartmouth varsity hockey game against Princeton at Thompson Arena
The 40th Dartmouth Powwow
Seal of Dartmouth College
Lord Hall, Allen House
Morton Hall, East Wheelock House
Woodward Hall, North Park House
Mid Massachusetts Hall, School House
Topliff Hall, South House
Russell Sage Hall, West House
Robert Frost, poet
Dr. Seuss, writer and illustrator
Henry Paulson, former CEO of Goldman Sachs and United States Secretary of the Treasury
Timothy Geithner, former United States Secretary of the Treasury
Salmon Chase, former Chief Justice of the U.S.
Daniel Webster, former Secretary of State
Nelson Rockefeller, former Vice President of the United States
Kirsten Gillibrand, United States senator
Robert Reich, former United States Secretary of Labor, political commentator, professor, and author
Sarah Wayne Callies, actress
Mindy Kaling, actress and comedian
Connie Britton, actress, singer and producer
Shonda Rhimes, television producer and writer
Brad Ausmus, baseball player
Jake Tapper, journalist, author, and commentator
David Benioff, screenwriter and television producer, writer, and director
Fred Rogers, television personality
Rachel Dratch, comedian

Private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States.

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Robert Frost

American poet.

Frost in 1941
Frost circa 1910
Robert Frost's 85th birthday in 1959
The Robert Frost Farm in Derry, New Hampshire, where he wrote many of his poems, including "Tree at My Window" and "Mending Wall".
"I had a lover's quarrel with the world." The epitaph engraved on his tomb is an excerpt from his poem "The Lesson for Today".
The Frost family grave in Bennington Old Cemetery
U.S stamp, 1974
Robert Frost Hall at Southern New Hampshire University
"The Road Not Taken", as featured in Mountain Interval (1916)

He attended Dartmouth College for two months, long enough to be accepted into the Theta Delta Chi fraternity.

Laura Ingraham

American conservative television host.

Ingraham in 2019
Ingraham speaks at the 2016 Republican National Convention
Ingraham at a political conference in December 2018

In 1985, Ingraham earned a B.A. from Dartmouth College.

Salmon P. Chase

American politician and jurist who served as the sixth chief justice of the United States.

Photograph by Mathew Brady, c. 1860-1865
Coat of Arms
The Salmon P. Chase Birthplace in Cornish, New Hampshire
Chase as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury
Bureau of Engraving and Printing portrait of Chase as Secretary of the Treasury
The first issue of $1 notes in 1862 as legal tender, featuring Chase
Salmon P. Chase, Treasury Secretary, scribes "In God is our Trust," scratches out "is our" and overwrites "We" to arrive at "In God We Trust" in a December 9, 1863, letter to James Pollock, Director of the Philadelphia Mint.
Chase as Chief Justice
The Chase Court, 1866
Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Samuel Nelson administers oath to Chief Justice Chase for the impeachment trial of Andrew Johnson
Grave of Salmon Chase in Spring Grove Cemetery; a docent is dressed in period clothing.
Chase depicted on the 1934 $10,000 gold certificate

He studied in the common schools of Windsor, Vermont, and Worthington, Ohio, and at Cincinnati College before entering the junior class at Dartmouth College.

Bruce Rauner

American businessman, philanthropist, and politician who served as the 42nd governor of Illinois from 2015 to 2019.

Rauner in 2016
Margin of victory or loss per county for Rauner and his opponent, the incumbent Governor Pat Quinn.
Rauner's 2014 campaign logo
Governor Rauner's proposed budget cuts to higher education
Rauner and his wife in January 2015

Rauner graduated summa cum laude with a degree in economics from Dartmouth College.

Hyrum Smith

American religious leader in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the original church of the Latter Day Saint movement.

Grave of Joseph, Emma, and Hyrum Smith
Statue of Joseph and Hyrum Smith in Nauvoo, Illinois

Smith attended Dartmouth College in his teens.

Timothy Geithner

Former American central banker who served as the 75th United States Secretary of the Treasury under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013.

Official portrait, 2009
Pranab Mukherjee, then India's finance minister, with Geithner in 2010
Treasury Secretary designee Geithner meets then-Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus on November 25, 2008
Geithner was sworn in as Treasury Secretary on January 26, 2009
Geithner and Obama aboard Air Force One, 2009
Geithner with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the opening session of the first U.S.–China Strategic and Economic Dialogue on July 27, 2009

Like his father, paternal grandfather and uncle; Geithner attended Dartmouth College, graduating in 1983, with an A.B. in government and Asian studies, then earned a M.A. in international economics and East Asian studies from Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies, in 1985.

John G. Kemeny

Hungarian-born American mathematician, computer scientist, and educator best known for co-developing the BASIC programming language in 1964 with Thomas E. Kurtz.

Commemorative plaque to John George Kemeny. It is affixed to the wall of his former domicile.

Kemeny served as the 13th President of Dartmouth College from 1970 to 1981 and pioneered the use of computers in college education.

Uppsala University

Public research university in Uppsala, Sweden.

University Hall
Gustavianum, built 1622–1625 and now a museum.
Anders Celsius, astronomer and physicist.
King Gustav III of Sweden visits the university in 1786
The Carolina Rediviva, the main building of the university library, designed by Carl Fredrik Sundvall and completed in 1841.
The old main building of the Uppsala University Hospital, photograph from c. 1920
University of Uppsala Botanical Garden
Building at Campus Polacksbacken
Gästrike-Hälsinge nation
Student singers marching down the staircase in Carolina Rediviva, on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the university in 1877. The "staircase march" (trappmarschen) when the singers led the audience in a march out of the hall where the concert was held, is an annual tradition that was later moved to the new main university building completed in 1887. (The monumental staircase of Carolina was later sacrificed to create more storage space for books.)
The Exercise Yard in c. 1770; contemporary engraving
Botanist, physician and zoologist Carl Linnaeus
Niklas Zennström, co-founder of KaZaA and Skype

In May 2010 Uppsala joined the Matariki Network of Universities (MNU) together with Dartmouth College (USA), Durham University (UK), Queen's University (Canada), University of Otago (New Zealand), University of Tübingen (Germany), and University of Western Australia (Australia).

Robert Christgau

American music journalist and essayist.

Christgau in 2010
Christgau on the "Music in the '00s" panel at the 2010 Pop Conference

After attending public school in New York City, he attended Dartmouth College, graduating in 1962 with a B.A. in English.

Robert Reich

American professor, author, lawyer, and political commentator.

Official portrait, 1993
Official Department of Labor portrait of Robert Reich
Robert Reich in 2011
Reich speaking in 2009

Reich received a National Merit Scholarship and attended Dartmouth College, graduating with an A.B. summa cum laude in 1968 and winning a Rhodes Scholarship to study Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at University College, Oxford.