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Early last week, the pilot of the Allen House Professional Fellows Program announced their inaugural fellows: Nicholas Gladstone ’17, Dania Torres ’20 and Amanda Zhou ’19. The program, run by the Allen House residential community, connects Dartmouth students to mentors in the surrounding area through the College’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, an organization that provides educational programs for residents in the Upper Valley. The Osher mentors are members of the institute who had notable careers and are now retired in the Upper Valley area, program organizer Jose Burnes Garza ’17 said. The three mentors this year are Thomas Blinkhorn, who worked in international development at the World Bank, former New York Times correspondent Christopher Wren ’57 and Roland Kuchel, former U.S.
Government professor Sonu Bedi was recently named the first Hans ’80 and Kate Morris Director of the Ethics Institute.
Alone on the turf this past Tuesday, Brendan Callahan let out a whoop. Callahan’s men’s lacrosse team had already left the Scully-Fahey Field for the locker room, jubilant after a 14-8 victory over the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
The Haldeman family recently donated $5 million to the College in order to increase and supplement programs that assist student-athletes.
On Wednesday evening, Sierra Club executive director Michael Brune and Hanover town manager Julia Griffin spoke to nearly 70 Upper Valley community members and Dartmouth students at the Hanover Town Hall about the nationwide transition to renewable energy and Hanover’s upcoming May 9 vote to commit to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.
Last Monday, Andrew Wolff ’18 and Josh Ufland ’18 led the inaugural meeting of Dartmouth Sports Analytics, a recently-formed club focused on the intersection of sports and statistics. The club was first conceived in the fall of 2015 under the leadership of Richard Shen ’17, who developed an interest in sports analytics after taking a “Sports Analytics” class taught by government professor Michael Herron and College President Phil Hanlon.
In an opinion issued Tuesday morning, the New Hampshire Supreme Court ruled in favor of the town of Hanover.
Two Dartmouth students recall their experiences on the frontline of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
Cris talks to Upper Valley political organizations.
Nelly interviews psychology professor Todd Heatherton and considers the role of social media on egos.
Andrew visits the Dartmouth Observatory to participate in the astronomy department's public viewing.
Ishaan Jajodia captures the meaning of "revolution" in this week's photo essay.
Elise discusses revolutions in her thesis presentation, as well as "chasing the high."
Clara documents her life in terms of the season's revolutions.
The Mirror squad — drowning in midterms — considers the meaning of "revolution."
On March 22, Dartmouth and The Trust for Public Land, in collaboration with the town of Hanover and Hanover Conservancy, completed a $1.84 million transaction to sell the College’s Hudson Farm property to the TPL.
This past winter, the College initiated a media fellows program designed to facilitate classroom projects that will allow fellows to develop media integral to the course and serve as technical advisors. The program’s first fellow, Jessica Fedin ’17, worked with the Latin I course taught by classics postdoctoral fellow Suzanne Lye last winter.
Physics and astronomy professor Robert Caldwell was one of 13 American theoretical physicists who was awarded a Simons Foundation fellowship in theoretical physics this year.
After spending four years packing schedules with advanced classes, extracurricular activities, volunteering and other application-boosting obligations, most undergraduate students enter college and begin to specialize, dropping wide-ranging affairs in order to hone pet passions.
0 for 4, 0 hits, 1 walk, 2 strikeouts. That is Kyle Schwarber’s stat line from the 2016 regular season.