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On July 26, former Sherman Fairchild distinguished professor in sustainability science Anne Kapuscinski left the College to direct the the University of California, Santa Cruz’s new graduate program in coastal science and policy and teach as an environmental studies professor.
On June 14, the College announced that South House professor and sociology department chair Kathryn Lively will serve as interim Dean of the College beginning July 1.
If all goes according to College President Phil Hanlon’s plan, sweeping changes will be coming to the College on the Hill.
Tuesday morning, the Programming Board announced in an Instagram post that R&B artist Tinashe will headline this year’s Green Key Concert on May 18.
This year’s Winter Carnival featured quintessential Carnival events, including the human dogsled races and an ice sculpture contest.
As college students, we’ve been in school for as long as we can remember. Over time, taking notes during class and studying for exams has become a routine.
Last July, four Dartmouth students made a historic first ascent of Mount Xanadu’s western wall in the Arrigetch Peaks region of Alaska.
Last fall, Dartmouth Dining Services implemented a series of changes to the menus at the Courtyard Café.
Government department chair and professor Dean Lacy has served as the director of the College’s Program in Politics and Law since 2006.
As energy company Great River Hydro undergoes relicensing procedures for local Connecticut River dams, conservation and recreation groups, including Ledyard Canoe Club, are raising concerns about the company’s water management techniques.
Defense quality control coach Dion King has been placed on paid administrative leave after he punched a hole through a window in the press box during last Saturday's football game at Harvard Stadium against Harvard University, according to an email statement from director of varsity communications Rick Bender.
an email addressed to West House residents this evening, West House professor
Ryan Hickox and assistant director of residential education for West House Ted
Stratton wrote that a bias incident had been reported as of Sunday night. The
incident occurred in the hallway of Fahey Hall and consisted of racist and
sexist graffiti targeting specific members of the community on the hallway’s
bulletin board. The graffiti was reported to the College through the bias
reporting process and removed immediately.
Hickox and Stratton wrote that they are “very concerned” about the incident, which they said is a "direct
violation" of Dartmouth’s Principles of Community, and do not yet know whether the perpetrator is a member of West House.
Officials stated that Travis Frink of Warwick, Rhode Island “admitted” that he shot his mother, Pamela Ferriere, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center on Tuesday in an affidavit released Wednesday.
College officials are “evaluating the operation of the course and considering options for the future” as part of an institutional effort to redirect about $20 million from administrative costs to the “core academic mission,” according to an email statement to The Dartmouth from College spokesperson Diana Lawrence.
As the deputy director of the Rockefeller Center, Sadhana Hall has developed initiatives for fostering student leaders such as the Management and Leadership Development Program and the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program.
“Dartmouth College has a problem,” declared Linda Chavez in a widely-read April 2014 New York Post opinion column.
Nine first-year Geisel School of Medicine students will be awarded the Albert Schweitzer Fellowship.
Thursday morning, dean of graduate and advanced studies Jon Kull announced in an email statement to the graduate student body that the North Park graduate housing will not be available to graduate and professional students this coming fall due to an “unprecedented” admissions yield for the undergraduate Class of 2021.
Yesterday afternoon, over 150 faculty members and around 50 student demonstrators gathered at Alumni Hall for the termly faculty of arts and sciences meeting.
On Tuesday, May 9, Hanover residents overwhelmingly voted to pass Article 23 during the annual town meeting.