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As a fifth-grade teacher in Chelsea, Massachusetts, a working class community outside of Boston, education professor Michele Tine experienced firsthand the disparity in resources between rural and urban public schools. Motivated by what she saw last year, Tine and her three undergraduate research assistants — Clara Batchelder ’19, Sophie Lenihan ’20 and Sonia Rowley ’19 — began designing science kits for seventh-grade students from disadvantaged rural areas in collaboration with the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont to provide students with an out-of-school STEM experience.
A new Domino’s Pizza restaurant will open in Hanover on 73 South Main Street, behind the Irving Gas station.
On Jan. 24, the Senate confirmed Alex Azar ’88 as the United States secretary of health and human services in a vote of 55 to 43.
On Jan. 29, the College announced the creation of a Presidential Steering Committee on Sexual Misconduct.
Dartmouth’s financial statement for fiscal year 2017, released in October 2017, shows strong endowment performance and a decline in operating expenses compared to the previous year, alongside relatively small growth in revenues.
On Jan. 30, Unai Montes-Irueste ’98, former vice president of the Dartmouth Association of Latino Alumni, published an open letter on Facebook declaring that he is cutting all ties with the College over its handling of issues surrounding undocumented students.
Best friends often share similar tastes in everything from music to clothes, but what if they also have similar brain activity?
Game Set Mat, an apparel and accessory store located on 15 South Main Street, will close on March 3 after five and half years of operation. “I tried everything,” owner Susan Valence said.
Should Republicans pray for rain on election day? What do black holes tell us about the formation of galaxies?
The deliberate breadth of a liberal-arts education allows students to freely pursue a range of subjects that they find intellectually rewarding.
In the eyes of Jayanth Batchu ’18, innovation means finding a “better, multifaceted” solution to problems in the world.
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.
On Jan. 25, the College hosted its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Social Justice Award ceremony as part of its Martin Luther King Jr.
Coming July 1, the Asian and Middle Eastern Studies program and the Asian and Middle Eastern Language and Literature department will be restructured into two separate departments: the Asian Society, Culture and Language department and the Middle Eastern Studies department.
In 1972, Larry Gonick dropped out of his mathematic graduate program at Harvard University to become a professional cartoonist.
Last Friday, Matt Wray, associate professor of sociology at Temple University, delivered a talk titled “What’s Up with White People?
Last week, the College reported a total of 22,005 applications for the Class of 2022, marking a 9.8 percent increase in applications compared to last year.
The Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce announced three new members to its Board of Directors for 2018.
Postdoctoral fellow Suzanne Lye specializes in classical literature and mythology. However, her journey to becoming a classics professor was a “long, winding road,” according to Lye.
The owner of the West Lebanon Domino’s pizza franchise has filed an application for a building permit to open a new Domino’s pizza restaurant in Hanover.