The Day of Caring

On Friday, October 21, all members of the Dartmouth community—students, faculty, and staff—were invited to participate in a variety of programs and gatherings intended to allow time for healing and self-care.

The Day of Caring

On Friday, October 21, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dartmouth's Day of Caring program offered on-campus and virtual opportunities to explore well-being, growth, and connection with others.

Classes and other regularly scheduled activities were suspended during this time to allow all students, faculty, and staff across the institution to experience this day. Participation was entirely optional. We hope The Day of Caring created some new experiences and connections.

The full schedule included:

Our on-campus hub was Reiss Hall at Baker Library. You can find Reiss Hall when you enter Baker Library from The Green--also viewable on this campus map.

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Plus:

  • Friday, October 21: Environmental Students of Dartmouth Mindfulness Walk around Mink Brook at 3 p.m. We'll meet behind Robinson Hall. For questions, please contact Catherine O'Halloran '25, catherine.d.o'halloran.25@dartmouth.edu
  • Wednesday, November 2: Walk of Remembrance on The Green at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. hosted by Dartmouth Health Palliative Care. Join us for a community candlelit walk dedicated to reflecting on grief and loss. To request wheelchair assistance or for other questions, please contact: Kristen Johnson, (603) 308-2447, kristen.r.johnson@hitchcock.org