Virtual Programming

Latinx Heritage Celebration 2020

Día de los Muertos
Thursday, October 29 • 5:30 pm ET
Location change: One Wheelock

Celebrate the Mexican holiday dedicated to honoring the deceased. In person, paint a calavera and decorate the altar in honor of your departed loved ones.

Student Meet and Greet with Ozomatli
Thursday, October 29 • 7:00 pm ET
Zoom registration:

A special pre-show event for Dartmouth students to meet three members of Ozomatli! Experience never-before-heard music, a discussion of their history of activism, and share their altars in celebration of Noche de los Muertos.

Noche de los Muertos: Ozomatli
Thursday, October 29 • 8:00 pm ET
YouTube or Zoom:

Grammy-winning Ozomatli brings the party to you for this virtual celebration of Día de los Muertos! Watch with friends in a tent on campus or online.

Film Screening: Coco
Thursday, October 29 • 9:30 pm ET
Livestream in Andres, Cutter Shabazz, and Hitchcock Tents
Zoom link: • Password: coco

Watch party of Disney's Coco; in-person crafts in honor of Día de los Muertos.

Facilitated Dialogue: Not One More
in collaboration with OPAL Women & Gender Advising
Friday, October 30 • 5:30 pm ET
Zoom registration:

Bulaong Ramiz, Director of the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity at the University of Kansas, facilitates a dialogue on gender-based violence in contemporary Latin America.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Rosa Clemente
in collaboration with OPAL Black Student Advising
Friday, November 6 • 6:00 pm ET
Zoom registration:

Dr. Rosa Clemente, Black Afro-Boricua scholar-activist, shares post-election day words of wisdom. Question and answer session moderated by Bulaong Ramiz will follow.

Film Screening: Keep Saray Home

Thursday, October 29th | 6-7PM ET
Event link: (will be updated closer to the event)

The Asian & Asian American LLC and CoFIRED are hosting a screening and discussion of the documentary Keep Saray Home. This short film explores the stories of three Southeast Asian refugee families in the outskirts of Boston, who fight to stay together under the impending threat of deportation by ICE.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the director Brian Redondo, as well as two of the film subjects, Hoa and Jassy. 

No RSVP is required, but if you plan to attend, please fill out this optional form.

This event is supported by OPAL, COSO, and the Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE).

Queer History Celebration 2020

Queer History Celebration presents: Queer Film Night
Friday, October 30th | 7PM
RSVP Link:

Featuring FX's renowned Pose and Portrait of a Lady on Fire
• Free snacks will be provided at the event •
• Tents are heated •
Pose (episode 1) will be screened at Moore Lawn Tent behind Novack
A Portrait of a Lady on Fire will be screened in the Streeter Lawn Tent
Map of tents
For questions & concerns, please email Theresa Hernandez or Jeremy Rodriguez.

Black Student Mentoring Program

Are you a '24 jumping at the opportunity of getting to know the upperclassmen and receiving amazing tips on how to thrive at Dartmouth?!
Are you an upperclassman ready to provide the gift of knowledge and guidance to a wonderful '24?!

A new academic year means welcoming a new class to our wonderful community!

OPAL's Office of Black Student Advising invites 24s and upperclassmen to apply for the Black Student Mentoring Program! We are hoping to connect 24s with other members of the Black community who can share their experience at Dartmouth as a way of guiding and supporting them through their first year.

If you would be interested in making an impact on a '24, or if you are a '24 and would love to have an upperclassman mentor, please apply for BSMP!

Applications are due October 23rd at 11:59 PM!

Black Legacy Month Planning Committee

OPAL Black Student Advising invites you to help us prepare the upcoming Black Legacy Month happening during 21W! Please sign up to be part of the amazing committee preparing this year's one of a kind virtual celebration of Black excellence!
Applications are due on October 23rd @ 11:59 PM. 
Click here to apply!

Asian/American Student Mentoring Program

The Office of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL) is excited to offer the Asian/American Student Mentoring Program (AAMP)! Students will be placed in mentoring groups of at least 2 mentors and 2 mentees. Mentoring groups are encouraged to meet informally on a virtual platform and as often as the group would like. In addition to mentoring groups, students from all OPAL Mentoring Programs will be invited to virtual socials and community-specific discussions and events.
If you're interested in being a mentor (second years and above) or mentee (first years only), please sign up at
Applications for AAMP will continue to be reviewed on a rolling basis.