Fireside Chat with Trevor Noah
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Rewatch On Demand: A Dartmouth Fireside Chat

Trevor Noah

September 29

A recording of this event is now available to Hop Members, Dartmouth students, faculty and staff.

20/21 Hop Presents

We were thrilled to host Trevor Noah for a Dartmouth Fireside Chat. Over 1800 folks tuned in live to hear Trevor answer questions from Dartmouth students on how we can rise to the challenges of the moment. In case you missed the event, we are making it available for Hop Members, Dartmouth students, faculty and staff to watch on demand anytime before next Tuesday evening. Just click the button below, log in to the Hop website and complete your reservation. You will receive an email with a private link to the archived event on Youtube.

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Trevor Noah, host of Comedy Central's Emmy and Peabody Award-winning The Daily Show, joins us for a casual conversation on this moment of adversity and possibility. Noah reflects on the state of our nation and discusses how our Dartmouth community can, in spite of isolation, come together around the arts, pursue racial justice and rise to the challenge of this moment. Steve Swayne, Director of the Montgomery Program, moderates the discussion with timely questions submitted by each Dartmouth House community.

About Trevor Noah

Born in South Africa to a Black South African mother and a white European father during apartheid, Noah knows what it means to live in a divided nation. He persevered through extreme poverty and social turmoil to become one of the most sought-after comedians and political commentators. Noah has hosted numerous television shows including South Africa's music, television and film awards, and two seasons of his own late-night talk show, Tonight with Trevor Noah. Noah recently debuted his 9th new Netflix comedy special Afraid of the Dark and his Comedy Central stand-up special Trevor Noah: Lost in Translation, and he won MTV's "Personality of the Year" in 2015. His first book and New York Times bestseller Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood is an intimate look at his upbringing and the world that shaped him. His performance and "gift for vocal impersonation" (The Washington Post) on the Born a Crime audiobook helped make it Audible's highest-rated audiobook of 2016. It was also nominated for two NAACP Image Awards, one for Outstanding Literary Work by a Debut Author and another for Outstanding Literary Work in the Biography/Auto-Biography category.

This event is presented in partnership with the Montgomery Fellows Program.

This event occurred as part of the 20/21 Hop Presents season. This is an archived view.

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