David Harbour, a Sigma Phi Epsilon member (Dartmouth ’97), won a 2018 Critics Choice Award for his role as Chief Hopper in the Netflix series “Stranger Things.” In 2019, he’ll star in the superhero movie “Hellboy.” Harbour has had numerous roles on well-known series like “Law & Order” and HBO’s “The Newsroom,” as well as in films like “Quantum of Solace.” His long list of accolades includes a Tony nomination for his performance in the 2005 Broadway production of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” But “Stranger Things” propelled him into the national spotlight. He’s using his newfound celebrity for good and has been working with the nonprofit Greenpeace to petition for an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary. He recently visited the continent to raise awareness and, of course, to dance with the penguins.