Renovations on E. Wheelock Street to alter Hop, Inn

A series of renovations along East Wheelock street will bring new windows to the Hopkins Center, new sidewalks and a new bus shelter by early fall, vice president of campus planning and facilities Lisa Hogarty said.

Greek councils add incentives for philanthropy

NAS and AAAS start FSPs

Student reflection follows escalating Gaza conflict

Chittick ’70 spreads AIDS awareness




Riding the Pine

Only one thing on God’s green Earth keeps us going: a burning desire to please our interim sports editor Joe Kind ’16, who blogs under the handle “Foco Joe” at our old stomping grounds, Dartbeat.

Softball head coach Hanson resigns to lead Stanford’s squad

After a banner year for Big Green softball, both head coach Rachel Hanson and assistant coach Dorian Shaw will head to the West Coast to lead Stanford University’s team. Hanson’s four years as head coach culminated in the team’s 2014 Ivy League championship, which brought the team to the NCAA tournament for the first time in program history.

One-on-One with Janine Leger

This week, The Dartmouth caught up with Janine Leger ’15, who finished a month-long trip biking trip across Spain this week. Leger rode in memory of her friend and former roommate Blaine Steinberg ’15, who died of a heart attack March 7.



Burns, College enjoy fruitful bond

Over the years, Ken Burns has repeatedly visited the College, most recently screening his third episode of “The Roosevelts” at the Hopkins Center on July 13. The screening marks the fifth consecutive summer that Burns, who sits on the Hop’s board of overseers, has opened an advance screening at the College, according to a Hop press release.

‘Chef’ proves a wholesome morsel

"Chef" (2014) gets 8.0/10, and is "food porn" but also a "food love affair," worth "an order at the box office."

Upcoming Hood Museum event will pair opera with visual art

The Hood Museum's “Opera Inspired by Art,” a walk-through event that will link art with classical music, will take the audience through the museum’s first-floor gallery on Friday.




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