Jonathan Pedde '14 and Joseph Singh '14 have been awarded Rhodes Scholarships.
Harry Enten ’11 will leave his job at The Guardian to become the lead political writer for Nate Silver's FiveThirtyEight.
The Committee on Student Safety and Accountability released its final report recommending goals for mitigating problems ranging from residential life to campus climate issues on Thursday afternoon.
Not far from Baker-Berry Library’s towering spire, thousands face the daily struggle of rural poverty.
The men’s hockey team lost a heartbreaker in overtime on Friday on the road against Princeton University 5-4, before losing to No. 6 Quinnipiac University on Saturday 3-1.
Abbey D’Agostino ’14 won the NCAA Division I championship in cross country, Saturday Nov. 23rd in rain soaked conditions in Terre Haute, Indiana. The senior’s efforts propelled her team to a 16th place finish while the men’s team finished 24th overall thanks to a 14th place finish by Will Geoghegan ’14.
The Handel Society of Dartmouth College, America’s first “town-gown” choral ensemble, will perform Francis Poulenc’s “Gloria” and two other 20th century compositions tomorrow night at 7 p.m. in Spaulding Auditorium.
Finals season is upon us, ladies and gentlemen. For me, finals always bring an interesting feeling to campus.
It’s no secret that winter term is not the most popular time for students to be on campus. While you begin to brace yourself for negative temperatures and unbearable wind chill, it is also a great time to explore more of the arts events as a variety of groups will offer exciting performances to bring you out from the winter slump.