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One of our favorite sportswriters is ESPN’s Bill Simmons, who loves to host guests on his podcasts. Since this is a great way to introduce new perspectives and keep things interesting, we’re following his lead and bringing in our first guest author, Tyler Fisher ’17. If this article turns out to be any good, he won’t be our last. We picked Tyler because a nickname of his is “Fish,” which we thought was a nice touch. He doesn’t get that joke, but we’re going to leave it in here anyway.
Music and theater will converge when the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble and Rude Mechanicals present a joint tribute to the 450th anniversary of the Bard’s birth. Titled “Play On! Shakespeare Set to Music,” the program will splice readings of Shakespeare text with music that he inspired.
The Tuck School of Business has placed more of its graduates into jobs within three months of graduation than it has in years.
Ebola preparedness programs are well underway at the College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. Last week, DHMC announced that it would serve as the state’s go-to treatment center if any cases occurred, and Dartmouth launched an Ebola preparedness website that includes a message from Provost Carolyn Dever and executive vice president Rick Mills.
Drainage problems and a fairway upgrade caused the Hanover Country Club to end the golf season early, closing Oct. 5 to accommodate multiple renovation projects, said athletics director for facilities and operations Richard Whitmore, who is overseeing construction. The renovations will conclude by late November or early December, before the ground freezes.
The company’s main product will be a DrugFactsBox, a two-page summary of a prescription drug’s effectiveness, benefits and harms based on Food and Drug Administration reports and clinical trial data.
Political action committees rely on wealthy donors and hurt democracy.
We must refocus our perspective on Dartmouth’s community.
Dropping temperatures signal that the fall sports season is winding down, but the threat of snow means it’s just the beginning for the Big Green men’s ice hockey team, which will open the regular season at Harvard University on Saturday.
A 6-2 win against the University of New Hampshire on Sunday meant that the women’s hockey team scored a combined 10 goals in two consecutive games — an accomplishment it did not achieve all of last season.
Lights! Camera! Action! Murder? This Wednesday and Thursday, the Black Family Visual Arts Center will transform into a Halloween-themed red carpet venue to celebrate the third annual Community Access Television Halloween-o-thon.
Desmond Fambrini ’16 said he realized the significance of the performing arts in his life while he was deciding where to attend college. Having danced for more than a decade, performing with the Oakland chapter of Culture Shock Dance Troupe and participating in various national and international dance competitions, he knew that he wanted to continue to perform and sought a college that fit both his academic and creative needs. Dartmouth was and continues to be this school, he said.
Faculty members met over wine and cheese Monday afternoon to discuss a proposal to make the final pre-published version of faculty-authored scholarly articles available through a public digital repository. This open-access policy mirrors those of around 170 other universities, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Enhanced security policies at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center’s Lebanon campus began on Monday, restricting entry and requiring visitor registration during evening and overnight visiting hours. The initiative comes not in response to a particular incident but part of a national trend to increase hospital security, DHMC spokesperson Mike Barwell said.
Black masculinity, fibromyalgia and Dominican citizenship rights — these are the subjects of this year’s three senior fellows, who are each spending the year focused on one academic project instead of juggling classes.
The Tuck Business School’s Bridge program, which teaches business fundamentals in a condensed term, will expand to Smith College this summer. The three-week program will be taught by Tuck faculty on Smith’s campus, covering accounting, marketing, leadership and more in a program targeted to women.
The Gateway Initiative has potential, but must be done correctly.
Dartmouth must make concrete moves to reform Greek houses.
The Hood Museum announced Friday that it received a 118-piece donation of art from the children of Barbara and David Stahl ’47. The works, collected over 30 years, include drawings, paintings ceramics and an extensive set of prints ranging from the 16th to the 20th century.
The Connecticut River’s motion and splendor will wind its way through the Alliance for the Visual Arts gallery in Lebanon.