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Software used to predict if a defendant will reoffend may be less accurate than previously believed, according to Julia Dressel ’17’s senior thesis research that has recently received national attention.
Earlier this month, molecular biologist and American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow James Bliska joined the Geisel School of Medicine as a professor in microbiology and immunology as well as the Personalized Treatments for Cystic Fibrosis Cluster’s senior lead faculty member.
On Monday morning, the College announced a new communications framework that will form the basis for future communications from divisions across the College.
Dartmouth’s annual fundraising campaign for Granite United Way fell short of meeting its goal of raising $300,000 by Dec.
Since the town became the first municipality in the country to commit to 100 percent renewable energy by community vote, Hanover representatives have attended the second annual national Ready for 100 community meeting in Colorado and proposed community choice aggregation as an affordable prospect for its renewable energy goal, according to Judith Colla, the vice chair of the Upper Valley Group of the Sierra Club.
Government department chair and professor Dean Lacy has served as the director of the College’s Program in Politics and Law since 2006.
Members of the Dartmouth community received an unusual message in their emails, on Jan. 11. The message, sent as part of the VOX Daily news digest from visiting Fulbright scholar Ilona Kotlewska Was, informed them that the recent spell of cold weather had awakened several bats on campus and advised them to take the bats to a nearby wildlife shelter.
Anti-fascism scholar and College history professor Mark Bray gave a presentation yesterday called “Antifa: The History and Politics of Anti-Fascism.” Bray has been a central voice in the debate over the employment of violence by anti-fascist groups, authoring national bestseller “Antifa: The Anti-Fascist Handbook” and speaking out in the media.
On Tuesday, Jan. 9, the New Hampshire House of Representatives voted in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana.
College digital humanities and English librarian Laura Braunstein published her first crossword puzzle for The New York Times last December.
SpeakOut, an oral history project on past LGBTQIA+ students at the College, will be added to Rauner Library’s Special Collections in early 2019.
On Jan. 2, Marc and Patty Milowsky sold Jesse’s Steak, Seafood & Tavern and Molly’s Restaurant to Anthony Barnett, director of operations at Blue Sky Restaurant Group, and his wife, Erin Barnett, according to Marc Milowsky.
Dartmouth is in communication and cooperation with Stanford University regarding a Title IX investigation of an incident at Stanford’s Sigma Chi fraternity house on Friday, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence wrote in an email statement.
Democratic congressman Rep. John Delaney of Maryland spoke at Beta Alpha Omega fraternity on Jan.
On Monday evening, Dartmouth hosted Rev. M. Kalani Souza as the keynote presenter of the College’s 2018 Martin Luther King Jr.
Approximately 75 Dartmouth students, faculty and staff attended Dartmouth’s bimonthly town hall in Spaulding Auditorium yesterday, hosted by executive vice president Rick Mills.
A former Dartmouth student has filed a lawsuit against the College, alleging that he was unfairly expelled last year after what he claims was a biased disciplinary proceeding that violated his Title IX rights.
Students will have the opportunity to examine energy practices in West Virginia and Kentucky during spring break this year.
This past December, the School of Graduate and Advanced Studies and Lebanon High School hosted an inaugural Science Olympiad invitational tournament at the College.