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On Wednesday, 1vyG, an advocacy group for first-generation students, sent out a press release announcing its “No Apologies Initiative,” which calls for universities to eliminate application fees for low-income and first-generation college students by the 2017-18 application cycle.
Five hundred and fifty five students were accepted into the Class of 2021 Wednesday.
During the fall, the Center for Service will withdraw as an intermediary from many of the 17 student volunteer organizations it oversees and their local Upper Valley affiliates.
Anonymous social forum Bored at Baker is being revamped after being shut down in October of 2015 by founder Jonathan Pappas — known online as Jae Daemon. A Columbia University student, Pappas launched Bored at Butler, named after the university’s main library, in 2006 and later expanded the brand to other colleges and universities.
Baker Library Bell Tower is being restored from June through October of this year, the first renovation since the bell was put in the tower in 1928.
Alana Donohue '18 died suddenly on Wednesday at home in New York, College President Phil Hanlon announced in a campus wide email late Thursday afternoon.
When we started thinking about what the topic of gender means, we realized that it is incredibly broad.
New York Times best-selling cookbook author Jane Esselstyn describes her cooking style as “plant-based, baby!” Esselstyn came to Dartmouth this week to discuss this style for what Dartmouth Dining Services has dubbed “Greens Week,” showcasing plant-based diets around the College.
Geisel School of Medicine professor Ron Taylor wanted to be known as somebody who never said no. A lifelong scientist and dedicated colleague, he was devoted to his research pursuits and the community that surrounded him, his partner and fellow microbiology professor Paula Sundstrom said. Taylor died of a heart attack at the age of 62 on Saturday. He had been at Dartmouth since 1993.
When College President Phil Hanlon announced the ban on hard alcohol as part of his “Moving Dartmouth Forward” policy initiative a year ago, a discussion in higher education resurfaced: does banning hard alcohol “eliminate high-risk behavior” — one of the primary goals of Hanlon’s policy initiative?
The hard alcohol ban remains one of the most debated aspects of College President Phil Hanlon’s “Moving Dartmouth Forward” policy initiative. A year after it’s implementation, the success of the policy in “eliminating high-risk behavior” — its stated goal — remains an open question.
Winter Carnival weekend saw a spike in sales for many Hanover businesses, with an influx of Dartmouth families and alumni coming in for the big weekend, which also coincided with Valentine’s Day.
Dartmouth has seen its fair share of activism in years past — from the Dimensions protest in 2013 to the Parkhurst sit-in in 2014 to the recent Black Lives Matter protest during fall term. With the increasing calls for social justice, The Dartmouth released a survey to gauge student reactions to activism at Dartmouth and beyond.
The Thayer School of Engineering is conducting three distinct searches for faculty members. At the end of the searches, the school will hire three new faculty members — one specializing in engineering in translational medicine, one in the intersection of energy and design and one in computational material science.
The College’s Board of Trustees approved a motion to establish the School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at a meeting in New York City on Wednesday. The motion was approved by the faculty in a November vote after it was raised in a town hall event in October.
The directorate for the 2016 Dartmouth Outing Club First-Year Trips has been announced, with director Josh Cetron ’16 and assistant director Anna Gabianelli ’16 heading the group tasked with welcoming the class of 2020 to campus.
Jacob Gaba ’16 and Jordyn Turner ‘16 were announced as part of the inaugural 111-member Schwarzman scholar class on Monday. As scholars, they will participate in a one-year fully funded master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Tuck School of Business’s class of 2015 recruitment numbers revealed that 99 percent of students received job offers, up from last year’s 98 percent. These numbers are based on the 85 percent of the class that was looking for jobs three months after graduation. Ninety-five percent of students seeking jobs accepted those offe
This article is a part of our new culminating beat experience initiative, in which our beat reporters write longer-term investigative articles within their areas of expertise. The author is our graduate school beat reporter.
The Teaching Science Fellows program — created to make difficult introductory science courses accessible to a wider range of students — is now in its second year. The two current fellows, Therese Kienemund ’15 and Joshua Prickel ’15, work with the professors and students of large science courses in a variety of capacities, including holding office hours and conducting course surveys.