Dartmouth College's award winning yearbook

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Order the 2015 Yearbook

This book covers Dartmouth life from 14X to 15S. The book will be finished after graduation, printed in the summer and delivered during the next school year so please provide your home address.

order Previous yearbooks

Please contact us at the.aegis@dartmouth.edu to check the availability of previous yearbooks. Previous books can be purchased by mailing in a check for $50 to 5026 Hinman Box Hanover, NH 03755. Please include your name, address, email, and year of book.

Take a senior portrait

Don’t be the only senior without a photo in the yearbook. Each sitting is only $10. Come to Sarner Underground looking ready to be photographed!

write a Senior Blurb

This is what will be written under your senior portrait in the yearbook. Have your blurb included in the yearbook for free whether you have a portrait or not.

Our Mission

The only book you will still look at 50 years from now

To the ancient Greeks the Aegis was Zeus’ celestial shield and was emblematic of heavenly majesty. Today, the word is synonymous with guidance and protection. Our goal, like the shield of yore, is to represent, guide, and protect the splendor of Dartmouth College. The Aegis yearbook represents the effort of an entire staff that is dedicated to capturing the beautiful images of Dartmouth College. Each year we attempt to endow the book with the passions, experiences and perspectives of students at the College. The Aegis exists at Dartmouth College because it is strongly felt that there is a need for a pictorial account of life on the Hanover Plain.

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Executive Board

Email us to join our photography or business teams
Sally Kim
Editor in Chief
Class of 2016 | Biology; Psychology | Toronto, Canada
Tammy Hua
President
Class of 2017 | Biology; Studio Arts | Orange, California

Photo of the Week

Need a student photographer for a project or event? Contact the Aegis to reach out to the best student photographers on campus.
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