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The results from the College’s first-ever sexual assault campus climate survey, conducted this spring by the American Association of Universities, were released online on Monday morning, revealing a slightly higher average sexual assault rate than other surveyed colleges. College President Phil Hanlon sent links to the data along with comments in a campus-wide email the same day.
For Alexander Pruitt, working at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center runs in the family. Six years ago, when he was in high school and looking for a job, he joined his mom at the hospital working for dining services. On Saturday, he stood serving baked goods behind a counter at DHMC. About a dozen people waited in line, and another dozen or so sat eating.
Student Assembly will discuss the confirmation of its new vice president over the next two weeks, Assembly president Frank Cunningham ’16 said. Cunningham announced in June that he was nominating Dari Seo ’16 as vice president, immediately following the resignation of then-vice president-elect Julia Dressel ’17.
The Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH) at the Geisel School of Medicine was recently awarded a five-year grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). The $3.8 million grant will be used to pilot a new Northeast Node in NIDA’s National Clinical Trials Network (CTN).
To Summer Hammond ’17, happiness was incomplete unless those around her felt it too.
Summer Hammond ’17, of Aurora, Colorado, died Monday afternoon at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, where she had been receiving treatment for cancer.
On Sunday, the Office of Pluralism and Leadership will kick off its new OPAL Impact leadership development program with a retreat in Triangle House.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit Hanover this afternoon at 12:30 p.m. and speak at a “grassroots organization event,” according to Clinton’s campaign website.
Though it is unlikely that many students have upcoming nuptials on their minds, the recent Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage has social ramifications that will impact the student community here at the College.
Dartmouth students may not live in a Greek Letter, undergraduate or senior society facility that is not recognized by the College, Interim Dean of the College Inge-Lise Ameer wrote in a campus-wide email announcing the reinstatement of a policy that had been in place until 2011.
Spanish and comparative literature professor Rebecca Biron will be the next Dean of the College, Provost Carolyn Dever announced Monday. Biron will assume the role on July 1, 2015.
In many ways, female athletes and women’s sports defined Dartmouth sports news during the 2014-2015 year.
The Big Green enjoyed a year of firsts this year with a national title in equestrian and a first-ever appearance for the women’s tennis team in the NCAA tournament.
The student body was looking good on Monday. Maybe it was the glow from the remnants of a great weekend. Maybe it was excitement for the next round of midterms. Or maybe it was the weather. After several weeks of questioning why this term is called “spring term” when there was still snow on the ground and nightly temperatures often below freezing, spring has officially sprung, and on Monday, the sun was out, the sky was blue and the Green looked kind of green in some places.
Over the weekend, a group of students circulated a petition to nominate writing professor Jennifer Sargent for the soon-to-be-vacant Dean of the College position, as the nomination process for potential applicants closed yesterday.
Carrying posters bearing the phrases “Black lives matter” and “We can’t breathe,” as well as the Dartmouth-specific “Where are our black profs,” roughly 150 students participated in a protest on Friday afternoon in response to recent events in Baltimore.
It could take 10 weeks, six months, maybe two years. That’s the thing with mental health — you can never predict with certainty when, how or even if healing will take place.
Nearly 37 years after the Dartmouth Women’s Rugby Club was originally founded, the College will now promote the program to varsity status beginning with the next academic year, athletic director Harry Sheehy announced last week.