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On Oct. 30, religion professor Randall Balmer discovered that 43 students who had seemingly answered in-class quiz questions using hand-held clickers had not been present in his course, “Sports, Ethics and Religion.” Roughly a dozen Dartmouth courses use these clickers.
A local architecture company has recommended the rebuilding of Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, built in 1938, and the College will tear down the Ledyard Clubhouse.
The Office of Pluralism and Leadership will begin searching for a new director in the winter. Since former director Alysson Satterlund left in July, Center for Gender and Student Engagement director Reese Kelly has served as OPAL’s interim director and the office has focused on filling other vacant positions.
Participation in Student Assembly doubled this year to 95, and the executive board expanded from seven to 15 members. This growth, along with two campus campaigns and smaller initiatives, like a debate on the D-Plan and dinner between student leaders and the Board of Trustees, mark highlights of the Assembly’s fall term.
The women’s basketball team opens its season this Sunday at Leede Arena against the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
The Dartmouth Alumni Magazine is meant to incite conversation.
We should not punish the masses for the actions of the few.
Returning to Dartmouth after performing a solo concert in 2011, Grammy Award-winning jazz guitarist and composer Pat Metheny will grace Spaulding Auditorium’s stage for a lively show on Saturday. This time, he will be leading and playing as a member of the Pat Metheny Unity Group, a five-man troupe consisting of Metheny, saxophonist Chris Potter, drummer Antonio Sanchez, bassist Ben Williams and all-around performer Giulio Carmassi.
Documentary films and found footage films involve incredibly disparate processes. While documentaries are based on presentating fact, found footage films are based on distorting and altering pre-existing footage. Where one is logical and informative, the other is whimsical and entertaining. Tonight, two film classes — Film Studies 30, “Documentary Videomaking,” and Film Studies 47, “Found Footage” — will screen their term projects in Loew Auditorium.
The women’s basketball team and its second-year coaching staff are set to kick off the season at home Sunday, against the New Jersey Institute of Technology — the Big Green’s first opening game in Hanover since the 2009-10 season.
Think about what you could buy with $10 million (Three cups of coffee from KAF, three mozzarella sticks and two tenders from late night?). That was the first-place prize in the 2014 World Series of Poker championship Tuesday.
Forty-three students may be implicated in an academic dishonesty case after religion professor Randall Balmer found a discrepancy between the number of students digitally submitting answers to in-class questions and the number of students present in class on Oct. 30.
Newly selected Rhodes Scholar Miriam Kilimo ’14 is doing research and on-the-ground work in her hometown of Nairobi, Kenya, this fall, but she will enroll at Oxford University soon.Once there, the scholarship will fully support Kilimo’s master’s degree in women’s studies.
With thousands of Dartmouth students and alumni serving in World War I and World War II, Dartmouth has a rich tradition of military services honored annually each Veterans Day.
Two Geisel Medical School departments in biomedical data science and epidemiology and a new master’s program in quantitative data sciences will come to Dartmouth following the Board of Trustees meeting last weekend.
To the Editor:
Dartmouth has a history with speech issues, starting with Daniel Webster and most recently with an ill-conceived attempt at political speech.
The questions directed at Rick Perry were counterproductive.
Powerful but harmful people should not be treated with respect.
A tri-meet against Harvard University and Cornell University will officially launch the Dartmouth’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams’ season this weekend.
The teams have heavily practiced for weeks in advance of the Cambridge, Massachusetts, meets, the first for team members in the Class of 2018.
When now-captain Gabas Maldunas ’15 tore his ACL last January, the Big Green had to play without its then-leading scorer and rebounder. But the team managed to go 5-8 down the stretch, thanks to standout performances by Alex Mitola ’16 and Connor Boehm ’16. The team’s 12-16 record was its best in 15 years.