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When he started work last fall as the new director of Dartmouth Dining Services, Jon Plodzik says he found the Courtyard Café to be, visually speaking, the weakest part of the campus dining experience at Dartmouth. Now, after a roughly $25,000 renovation and significant changes to the menu, Plodzik said the Courtyard Café — often referred to as the Hop by students — has moved in the direction of recent dining industry trends, such as healthy eating and smaller portions. For returning students, this transformation is one of several new developments at DDS locations this fall.
Recounting the college athletic careers of Big Green head coaches
Morton Hall reopened this August after construction was finished on the residence hall following the Oct.
A 70-year-old woman was killed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon Tuesday afternoon, prompting an active shooter alert and the evacuation of the hospital.
When it comes to understanding the recent surge of radical political organizations in the U.S., Mark Bray, a visiting lecturer in history at the College, may know more than any scholar today on the far-left “Antifa” or anti-fascist movement. But knowledge can be a burden, as the saying goes.
On Monday evening, members of the Upper Valley community gathered on the Green to hold a vigil in commemoration of those affected last Saturday during the “Unite the Right” demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, when a member of the alt-right allegedly drove his car into a crowd of left-wing counter-protesters, injuring several and killing one woman, Heather Heyer.
Last week, over 40 teachers from across Mexico gathered at Dartmouth for a two-week program led by the Inter-American Partnership for Education, held in partnership with the educational nonprofit WorldFund and the Rassias Center for World Languages and Culture.
Going away to college is many students’ first experience away from their families for an extended period of time, which can often lead to a difficult transition.
The Vietnam War doesn’t fit neatly into American folklore.
College medical health providers confirmed through a July 4 email statement to campus that there was a case of mumps among undergraduate students.
At a 2010 Christmas party in New York, three Dartmouth alumni considered the dilemma of finding both the resources and space in the city to rehearse their new projects and ideas.
Sophomore trips, commonly referred to as “Strips,” has the potential to be the largest gathering of a class between matriculation and commencement.
College President Phil Hanlon affirmed Dartmouth’s support for the Paris Climate Accord.
On June 5, College President Phil Hanlon joined several university presidents in signing a letter in support of the Paris Climate Accord.
Jake Tapper '91, the CNN journalist who will deliver this year’s Commencement address, recalled falling in love with Dartmouth when he visited campus for his father’s, Theodore Tapper Med'62, 25th reunion, in 1986.
When we first received an email from Boston Calling’s production team inquiring about sending media representatives to cover the music festival’s 2017 event, we thought we were being scammed.
A graphic message threatening sexual violence was found inside Kappa Delta Epsilon sorority house Wednesday night.
This year, Dartmouth Outing Club’s First-Year Trips will culminate in an overnight stay at the McLane Family Lodge at the Dartmouth Skiway because the construction of the new Moosilauke Ravine Lodge will not be completed in time.
Eliza Jane profiles the Green Key step show, as well as a history of Dartmouth's black fraternity and sorority.
When Plumb Marigold, fictional Olympic hopeful and the protagonist of the just-released indie film “Tracktown,” laces up her shoes to run, the world watches. People stare. They whisper.