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A wake will be held from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Friedrich-Jones Funeral Home in Naperville, Illinois, on Friday. Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Naperville will hold a funeral at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
There was a time when Ridwan Hassen ’15, one of five children of refugees from Somalia and Ethiopia, considered dropping out of high school so he could work full-time to support his family. But he stayed in school, Hassen said, crediting an influential statistics teacher. On Saturday, he was named a Rhodes Scholar.
A resurgent 2014 season came to a grinding halt for the men’s soccer team on Sunday night. Playing in the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, the Big Green fell to host Providence College 3-0, with all three goals occurring in a span of 31 minutes in the second half.
A 20th-place finish at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday capped off the women’s cross-country season.
Ridwan Hassen ’15 has been named the College’s 77th Rhodes Scholar. Hassen, of Marietta, Georgia, studies computer science and neuroscience at Dartmouth.
Kelsie Gleason, a second-year student at the Geisel School of Medicine, died Saturday on campus.
With a shot at its first Ivy League title since 1996 still alive, the football team finished its season with an emphatic 41-10 win over Princeton University in New Jersey — and possession of second place in the Ivy League.
Though roundtable participants came to no firm decisions about future action, discussion centered on the need to educate students about sexual assault policies and options for reporting, as well as opportunities for increased collaboration among College staff, Hanover police and WISE.
The work was inspired by his experiences serving in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Public Affairs Officer, including his January 2007 to February 2008 deployment in Iraq’s Anbar province.
Alex Adelabu ’15 played the role of hero once again for men’s soccer team on Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The senior and leading scorer notched the go-ahead goal in the 87th minute to lifted Dartmouth to a 2-1 victory over Fordham University and into the second round.
The men’s basketball team opened its season with a non-conference loss, 77-57, against St. Bonaventure University — the first-ever meeting between the Big Green (0-1) and the Bonnies (1-0). Wednesday, the team moves on to play Hartford University. In the teams' matchup last year, Dartmouth lost 68-56.
After reviewing the Student Assembly’s recent expenditures on customized apparel, a lunch event and a formal that was later canceled, the Undergraduate Finance Committee sanctioned the group. Between now and June, Assembly and UFC advisor Eric Ramsey must approve any purchases over $500.
Following a meeting of Greek leaders and administrators on Sept. 17, Greek councils and presidents have seen their schedules filled with internal and external meetings on different proposals for Greek life reform.
Academic honor principle cases increased by 44 percent last year, with 11 more cases referred to the Committee on Standards in 2013-14 than the year before.
The College’s most recent alumni have begun conducting interviews with its newest applicants via Skype. The pilot program, organized by former admissions office intern Alex Judson ’14, connects members of the Class of 2014 with applicants to the Class of 2019 who live in areas with fewer alumni interviewers.
Tuck Business School and Bowdoin College will offer a collaborative financial accounting course for Bowdoin students in the spring. The course, which will be conducted primarily online, represents an opportunity to experiment with technology, senior associate dean Robert Hansen said.