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Monday was rainy, gray and simply depressing after the heat wave we all loved to hate (but not really) during midterms.
Seven Dartmouth professors received Fulbright scholarships on Monday to fund research abroad. Christiane Donahue, Ursula Gibson '76, Pamela Jenkins, David Kotz '86 and Michael Mastanduno were named Fulbright Scholars by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars and Ioana Chitoran and Jonathan Smolin received Fulbright-Hays Foreign Area and Language Training Program fellowships. Assistant dean of faculty Jane Carroll, who aids faculty in the Fulbright admissions process, said that the process of naming scholars is very selective and "becomes even narrower especially in bad economic times." Fellowships and scholarships such as the Fulbright are a competitive, Carroll added, but Dartmouth usually does well. "There are a limited number of places that fund pure research, and this is one," Carroll said.
The Center for Digital Strategies at the Tuck School of Business recently released a list of the Top Tech Toys for 2008, according to a Tuck news release.
President-elect Barack Obama formally appointed Timothy Geithner '83 as Treasury Secretary at a news conference in Chicago on Monday.
Following the lead of Wall Street's remaining Chief Executive Officers, several college and university presidents are taking pay cuts, refusing raises and giving back to their schools in an effort to help their institutions weather the current economic crisis.
Courtesy of opencongress.org U.S.
Kathryn Twyman '09 will pursue a Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry at Oxford University as a Canadian Rhodes Scholar next year.
Several Dartmouth alumni filed a lawsuit against the College last week, the second form of legal action the school has faced from its alumni in the last 14 months.
Would you consider using the Honor Education Committee's anonymous online reporting system or one like it?
Between the Equal Rights Amendment and Hillary Clinton, feminism underwent a transformation. Before this change, feminism was a nice, well-adjusted movement with honorable aims and reasonable practices, something both men and women could support. Somewhere along the line, though, a large group of feminists became exposed to a heavy dosage of gamma radiation (maybe at a protest against nuclear weapons), and a new, monstrous form of feminism was born.
Zach Ingbretsen / The Dartmouth Staff On Saturday, the men's swimming and diving team was at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md.
The Big Green women's basketball team fell in triple overtime to the University of Vermont, 82-77, in the consolation game of the TD Banknorth Classic held in Burlington, Vt.
djspooky.com Crystalline ice's resonant frequencies do not seem to belong in the typical DJ's sound pallette.
There's never a shortage of football topics this time of year, so Ryan and I decided that yet another pigskin column was the way to go.
ny triumphs over the course of the college football season. Mid majors have played with the big boys (Boise State, the University of Utah, BYU); Texas Tech rose to prominence on the heels of Graham Harrell and fell at the hands of the old guard, the University of Oklahoma; a lowly team from Indiana named Ball State has gone undefeated; and the University of Alabama has made a convincing return to the glory of seasons past.