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Bored at Baker, a messaging board created by Jonathan Pappas – known online by the pseudonym Jae Daemon – that gave Dartmouth students the ability to post and interact anonymously, has been shut down in conjunction with the entire “Bored At” network. Pappas announced the decision on the developer blog for “Bored At” in early December 2016.
Ricki Stern ’87 and Annie Sundberg ’90 are an Emmy-award nominated duo renowned for their work in writing, directing and producing.
The Winter Carnival Council announced in an email to campus on Friday afternoon that this year’s Carnival will focus on events other than the traditional snow sculpture on the Green.As reasons for its decision, the Council cited limited snowfall, declining student participation and a lack of student leadership to plan this year’s sculpture.
This academic year, 25 professors joined the faculty, representing a wide range of academic fields.
Last month, the College announced the appointment of four experts on diversity and inclusion to an external review board charged with evaluating Dartmouth’s ongoing Action Plan for Inclusive Excellence. The selected board members are Kimberly Griffin, John Rich ’80, Keivan Stassun and Kiva Wilson ’04. An associate professor for the University of Maryland’s higher education, student affairs and international education policy program, Griffin focuses on studying underrepresented communities and their experiences in higher education. Griffin thinks it is essential at this time to think about campus climate and diversity. “I really hope to bring to bear some of the ways that scholars and researchers have approached the same questions that the Dartmouth faculty, staff, administration and students are asking and come up with solutions and answers,” she said. Rich is a professor at the Drexel University School of Public Health, where he leads the Drexel Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice.
It has been over 45 years since Anita Brown began her career at the institution she now calls home.
The position of vice provost for student affairs, formerly held by Inge-Lise Ameer, has been eliminated by provost Carolyn Dever and the responsibilities transferred to Dean of the College Rebecca Biron.
After two separate incidents in which a total of 13 voles used as test subjects by the College died from dehydration, research watchdog organization Stop Animal Exploitation NOW!
Tuck School of Business professor Leonard Greenhalgh has been named a recipient of Maine’s 2016 Governor’s Environmental Excellence award in recognition of his efforts to preserve coastal wetlands at his wildlife sanctuary on the St.
The 555 students accepted early decision for the Dartmouth Class of 2021 are expected to form around 47 percent of the incoming class, the highest level of the past 17 years of classes.
Mary Lou Aleskie, the executive director of the International Festival of Arts and Ideas in New Haven, Connecticut, will be the next director of the Hopkins Center.
This past December, the College concluded its annual Dartmouth United Way campaign, exceeding its goal of raising $275,500 for Granite United Way, a nonprofit organization that operates as a bridge between donors and smaller charities throughout the Upper Valley.
Computer science professor Hany Farid and engineering professor Richard Greenwald Th’88 were selected to the 2016 class of National Academy of Inventors Fellows early this December, earning one of the highest professional distinctions given to academic inventors. Farid and Greenwald joined five other Dartmouth faculty named NAI fellows since the fellowship program’s establishment in 2012: engineering professors Eric Fossum (2012) and Tillman Gerngross (2013), engineering professor emeriti Elsa Garmire (2014) and Robert Dean Jr.
Inspired by his recently diagnosed chronic pain condition, assistant professor of music William Cheng wrote a book about the importance of taking care of ourselves and our communities in our academic and daily lives.
Twenty-six QuestBridge finalists were accepted to Dartmouth this year through the QuestBridge National College Match and early decision rounds.
Ramblers Way, a new retail clothing store opening in downtown Hanover, offers a unique range of clothing options while maintaining an eco-friendly business model.
Like many geographers, postdoctoral fellow Garrett Nelson sees the world in terms of maps. Despite spending his undergraduate years at Harvard University studying social and environmental studies, Nelson became fascinated by geography his senior year after taking a landscape architecture course at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.
Provost Carolyn Dever has announced the departure of Vice-Provost of Student Affairs Inge-Lise Ameer amidst a reorganization of the administration’s management structure.
In public and private responses to a petition calling for Dartmouth to declare itself a “sanctuary campus” for undocumented students, College President Phil Hanlon reaffirmed the school’s support for its undocumented students but has stopped short of adopting the title.
While most Dartmouth classes finished before the Thanksgiving holiday, a few continued into winter break by traveling abroad so that students could participate in experiential learning.