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After posting a $5.5 million deficit for the 2014 fiscal year, the Geisel Medical School must make $10 million in budget cuts, including layoffs and restructuring. Students and professors interviewed pointed to a lack of transparency about Geisel’s expenses and said they would like to be part of conversations about implementing cuts.
Following a year that saw several departures of high-profile minority administrators and faculty members, the College is discussing institutionalizing exit interviews and a group of students has decided to create a film about retention, part of an ongoing conversation at the College.
Last week, the graduate student council announced this year’s representatives — 37 new members and six returning members. During these representatives’ tenure, a task force announced by College Provost Carolyn Dever will work on a report that details the structure of a new, more cohesive graduate school.
Splitting the Tucker Foundation into two centers will hurt its mission.
Safety and Security is not imposing a curfew or changing its practices. A rumor circulating Wednesday and Thursday suggested that Safety and Security would shut down parties and require non-members to leave Greek houses by 1 a.m. on weeknights and 2 a.m. on weekends, but College officials have confirmed that this is false.
Coming off a dramatic 38-31 victory over Yale University at the Yale Bowl, the Big Green returns to Hanover to take on the College of the Holy Cross in its homecoming matchup.
Last year, the two teams met in Dartmouth’s home opener, and Holy Cross pulled out a 31-28 victory on a game-winning field goal with less than a minute remaining. The field goal capped off a 10-0 Crusader run to win the game. Holy Cross’s quarterback Peter Pujals was the star of the game, completing 25 of 37 passes for 290 yards and two touchdowns in addition to rushing for another 125 yards and two scores.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams will look to continue their strong seasons and vie for a potential national championship berth Friday at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational in Madison. Hosted by the University of Wisconsin, this invitational will assemble the strongest teams in the entire country in what could be considered a preview for the November national championships.
Big Green teams are coming into Homecoming weekend on fire this season. The football team has won two in a row over Ancient Eight foes while the men’s soccer team has won five of its last six games. Here are our picks for a packed Homecoming weekend that sees 15 teams in action.
Last week, late-night visitors to the Collis Café found the rear entrance to the venue roped off, its glass doors shut — new measures to prevent food theft. Employees catch around 60 students a day attempting to steal food across all Dartmouth Dining Services venues, according to director David Newlove.
During the Greek Leadership Council’s six-week freshman ban on Greek events serving alcohol, the GLC sponsored more than 60 events with its $25,000 budget, up from $20,000 last year. In an informal poll of 53 freshmen, 90 percent said they had attended a GLC-sponsored event.
Construction on a new building at the Thayer Engineering School may begin as early as 2017, vice president for campus planning and facilities Lisa Hogarty said. As part of the expansion process, which is also expected to include increases in faculty and course offerings, Wilson Architects is evaluating space needs and exploring potential designs and locations for a third building.
Mandy Bean will begin as head of the College’s teacher’s education program on March 1, filling a position that will have been vacant for over a year. The education department has also eliminated the culminating seminar requirement from its minor.
When it comes to high-risk drinking, fraternities provide a convenient whipping boy for administrators.
Jokes about Ebola are not only insensitive, but deeply troubling.
As if an imaginary fist from behind the frame had punched through the foil of Jack Whitten’s “Birmingham 1964” (1964), a hole appears like an artifact of violence, a documentation of the civil rights movement. The hole is a window, offering a view of an old newspaper photo. A stocking mesh prevents a clear view of the image.
Every great athlete has to pass on the reins. Earlier this term at the Hop, Joe Clyne ’16, aka Fish, sat across the table from me. You could see it in his eyes — he was done. I knew what was coming before he even spoke — it was a proverbial passing of the torch. The wily veteran was ready to spend his remaining years wasting away on a golf course (or editing the sports section), and the up-and-coming star was prepared to take his place.
The crew teams will travel to Cambridge, Massachusetts, this weekend for the 50th Head of the Charles Regatta — the largest two-day race of its kind, attracting entrants and spectators from across the globe. Thanks to its top-20 finish last year, the women’s crew team will send two boats to the race for the first time, a championship eight and a club eight.
More than $3 million from the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute will support Geisel research on the effectiveness of health care delivery strategies.
The five juniors and one senior selected as the College’s inaugural class of Stamps Scholars are planning and launching their projects this fall.
Dartmouth’s definition of a first-generation student — one for whom neither parent graduated from a four-year college — is among the most inclusive metrics used by colleges and other institutions.