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According to a recent study carried out by Bloomberg Business, Tuck School of Business students pay on average over $10,000 for “non-essentials” during their job search. which puts them among the top 12 MBA programs whose students spend the most on discretionary purchases. Most of this cost derives from students traveling to visit potential employers.
While students and organizers agree that Barhop — which celebrated its anniversary over Winter Carnival — has had a successful first year, the future of its funding and programming remains uncertain.
Susan Brison, a philosophy professor and sexual assault activist, was told by an attorney to forget her assault. Instead, she focused her academic and activist work on combating sexual assault through writing both books and op-eds, public speaking and advocacy for violence against women.
In the midst of an administrative push from College President Phil Hanlon to increase faculty diversity and retention, a new group for women faculty and staff of color called EmpowHer is aiming to create a community to support its members, both personally and professionally.
When The Mirror polled campus last week, we asked, \nIf you could send an anonymous romance-related message to anyone at Dartmouth, what would you say? \nHere's how you responded.
Artists' Note: It’s usually an assumption that love at Dartmouth doesn’t exist since it isn’t really visible on campus. So when we took on this project, we thought it would be hard to find couples on campus. However, throughout the past few days when we met and photographed couples in their happiest moments, we learned that love does exist at Dartmouth, and it sometimes comes in the most unexpected ways.
This week, The Mirror took a deeper look at some of the architectural spaces that define this campus.
With a shot at its first Ivy League title since 1996 still alive, the football team finished its season with an emphatic 41-10 win over Princeton University in New Jersey — and possession of second place in the Ivy League.
Alex Adelabu ’15 played the role of hero once again for men’s soccer team on Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The senior and leading scorer notched the go-ahead goal in the 87th minute to lifted Dartmouth to a 2-1 victory over Fordham University and into the second round.
As the horn sounded on the final regular season game, the men’s soccer team was greeted on one side by fellow players on the bench, and on the other by zealous fans charging onto the pitch.
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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.
Arriving to the tune of “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, spoke under the Texas flag about U.S. border security, energy initiatives and foreign policy to an audience of more than 100 people in Wilder Hall Sunday night. Several students raised explicit questions concerning Perry’s stance on homosexuality.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s academic fraud scandal — during which more than 3,100 students received credits and grades from bogus courses — has cast a bright spotlight on the academic lives of collegiate student-athletes.
When students abandon their native accent or speaking style to match the predominant sound, is the phenomenon a voluntary choice, or a natural, subconscious inevitability? The answer — it all depends.
In day-to-day life at Dartmouth, where meal swipes and DBA replace cash currency, it can be easy to ignore wealth, Josué Ruíz ’17 said. He and others spoke at a panel Wednesday about campus jobs and money management.
When Rep. Ann McLane Kuster ’78, D-N.H., was a student at the College, her first trip home was to vote. The 1974 New Hampshire race was the closest election in Senate history. “Ever since, I have said, ‘make the effort,’” Kuster said.
It was billed as Dartmouth’s biggest game since the two met as undefeated teams in 1997. The game unfolded differently from the 24-0 contest 17 years prior, but ended in the same result: a Crimson victory.
Dartmouth (5-2, 3-1 Ivy) fell short of achieving its first undefeated Ivy League season since 1996, and Harvard (7-0, 4-0 Ivy) managed to parry another challenge from the developing Big Green squad, 23-12.
Music and theater will converge when the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble and Rude Mechanicals present a joint tribute to the 450th anniversary of the Bard’s birth. Titled “Play On! Shakespeare Set to Music,” the program will splice readings of Shakespeare text with music that he inspired.
Faculty members met over wine and cheese Monday afternoon to discuss a proposal to make the final pre-published version of faculty-authored scholarly articles available through a public digital repository. This open-access policy mirrors those of around 170 other universities, including Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.