Tuck Business Bridge, held at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, is a total immersion business program designed to prepare top liberal arts and STEM students for challenging careers.
With a comprehensive business core curriculum, taught by the Tuck School of Busines’s top-ranked MBA faculty, a capstone team project, and one-on-one guidance from the Tuck’s Career Development Office, the Tuck Business Bridge Program® can give participants the skills and confidence necessary to get a job and succeed. All in just three weeks.
Financial aid and scholarships are available. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors, as well as candidates 1-5 years removed from college pursuing advanced degrees in non-business fields or working in non-business careers, are eligible to apply. Three sessions are available—one in December and two during the summer. For more information, visit bridge.tuck.dartmouth.edu and stop by this table to learn more!
This film is based on real life events and tells a story of Soviet hockey player Valeri Kharlamov’s career and the first match of the Summit Series between the USSR and Canada in 1972. Directed by Nikolai Lebedev and completed in 2013, the film’s runtime is 134 minutes.
The film is in Russian with English subtitles. The film will be screened at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Join the Peer Advocates as we celebrate our community values through the lens of Healthy Relationships! This year, we posed the questions of “What Does a Healthy Relationship Look Like?” and “Why Do You Deserve to Have One?” Come hear the responses of your peers and members from the broader Amherst community!
The Department of Theater and Dance presents Gossamer, written and directed by Sophina Flores ’20. Gossamer follows three children and their mother through a dissociative fantasy world they have created as a response to trauma, trapped in the liminal space between death and life. Through surrealist movement, Gossamer carries us through a distorted narrative of a broken home—a family grappling with forgiveness, acceptance and hope for recovery, while facing the truth that no one is innocent within the cycle of abuse.
Set design by Laura Carty ’20, costume design by Lorelei Dietz ’20, lighting design by Lauren Thompson, projection design by Brenna Kaplan ’22, and sound design by Christianna Mariano ’21 and Alistair Edwards ’22
Starring Sam Beach, Emily Fedor, Leah Folpe, Nick Govus, Eli Quastler, Andrew Rosevear, Caroline Seitz and Renz Toledo
Tickets are free; reservations are recommended: call (413) 542-2277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.