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Last weekend's announcement that a slate decisively opposed to recent lawsuits against the College was elected to the Association of Alumni executive board ("Alumni elect Unity Slate' to AoA," April 12) may mark the end of the contentious debate on the appropriateness of alumni body representatives suing the College in pursuit of parity ("Lawsuit appeal divides candidates in AoA race," March 30). Although no elected alumni group has expressed a desire to bring a lawsuit against the College, the persistence of the discussion of parity within alumni factions shows us that debate over the Board's composition is far from over.
To a large portion of the Dartmouth campus, the "Sun God" (formally known as Johnathan James Recor MALS '11) primarily inspires a general indifference toward his professed artistic goals of "unity" and "love." Responding to a mask-wearing, boombox-blasting, lightsaber-wielding, walking piece of performance art with apathy or even scorn is perhaps understandable.
When the polls close on April 7, the alumni will have elected two new members to the Board of Trustees and a slate of officers to the Executive Committee for the Association of Alumni.
When Hanover Police announced its intention to implement compliance checks and sting operation at Greek organizations ("Stricter alcohol plans outrage Greek orgs.," Feb.
When signs by an anonymous author appeared on the front lawns of multiple Greek houses pledging to hold the organizations "accountable" for sexist acts ("Signs contend Greek orgs.
On the eve of the recent Board of Trustees' meeting, budget cut debates split the Dartmouth campus into a variety of angry factions and ad hoc coalitions, with the majority of the uproar focused on the prospect of layoffs.
While layoffs for hourly workers received widespread attention prior to the announcement of budget cuts, the effect of cuts at the upper levels of the administration was rarely discussed.
The Hanover Police Department policy to deploy undercover operatives to Greek houses in order to combat underage drinking ("Stricter alcohol plans outrage Greek orgs.," Feb.
The oft-cited "Dartmouth Experience" undoubtedly means something different to each member of the College community.
The Grafton County Superior Court's decision to dismiss the second alumni lawsuit against the Board of Trustees on Tuesday ("Second alumni suit dismissed by court," Jan.
The College's decision to postpone the implementation of the Organizational Adjudication Committee's student board ("Implementation of OAC student board postponed," Jan 13) was abruptly announced Tuesday following months of preparation and support from the student body.
The completion of the Capital Campaign ("Dartmouth completes $1.3 billion campaign," Jan. 8) signals that despite the recent recession, donors are still enthusiastically supporting the College.
College President Jim Yong Kim will never be accused of sitting idle during his first five months in office Parkhurst Hall has undergone significant restructuring under his watch, much of it long overdue.
The Dartmouth Board of Trustees announced last weekend that the College will implement a series of budget cuts over the next two years that could total $100 million in an effort to address a 23-percent drop in Dartmouth's endowment and a $34-million fiscal deficit ("College aims to cut $100 million over two years," Nov.
Last winter, after a series of clashes between Greek houses and the administration, voices across campus called for reform of the College's organizational adjudication process ("Five Greek Orgs.
Last May, a group of Dartmouth students, frustrated with the College's Student Accessibility Services Office, presented a report to the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity advising that revisions be made to the College's accessibility policy ("Accessibility Services lacking, students say," June 2). These students argued in favor of increasing funding for Accessibility Services and improving guidelines for professors on how to best accommodate students.
It is no secret that Dartmouth's football team is in the midst of some of the worst days of its storied history.
It is a perennial criticism even a platitude that women's rush at Dartmouth is flawed, and getting worse.
Fall 2007 saw 251 bids extended to the 304 women who entered rush an acceptance rate of about 83 percent ("Women's rush week closes with 251 bids," Oct.
This week, College President Jim Yong Kim unexpectedly announced that Provost Barry Scherr would be stepping down after more than eight years as Dartmouth's chief academic officer ("Scherr to Step Down as Provost," Oct.
Despite recent and unsettling setbacks in College alcohol reform ("Spears says College will not adopt AMP," Sept.