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Around 200 people gathered on the Green Friday afternoon to protest construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Critics say the pipeline threatens to harm the water supply of many Native tribes while also cutting across their sacred lands and burial grounds.
College President Hanlon announced the creation of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society at the College in an email to campus this morning.
The College has taken the first steps in implementing its plan for improving diversity and inclusion on campus and among alumni.
Biological sciences professor Ryan Calsbeek will no longer be the House Professor for North Park House in the fall term.
Executive Vice President Rick Mills apologized for the College’s use of Rennie Farm as a dumping site for laboratory waste in the 1960s and 1970s.
This past Tuesday, U.S. News and World Report announced that the College rose from 12th to 11th place in the 2017 college rankings.
This summer, five students — Alexa Sonnenfeld ’17, Steffen Eriksen ’17, Kelly Moore ’18, Robert Crawford ’19 and Kelly Chen ‘18 — helped Positive Tracks, a Hanover-based nonprofit, improve their philanthropic U23 challenge program through an eight-week long consulting project.
Gifts and commitments to the College for the 2016 fiscal year totaled over $318.8 million, a 2.8 percent increase from the previous year’s record-setting level of giving.
Dartmouth College ranked 11th in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report university rankings released today.
In response to Orthodox Jewish students’ request for Orthodox-certified kosher food, the Courtyard Café at the Hopkins Center and Novack Café began to provide pre-packaged kosher meals from Vermont Kosher this past week.
After spearheading a pilot program in the Class of 1953 Commons, Madison Sabol ’18 is hoping to bring reusable to-go containers to the College.Inspired by Lauren Singer’s “Trash is for Tossers” blog and the idea of a “zero-waste” lifestyle, Sabol began reconsidering single-use plastic to-go containers in dining halls during her sophomore fall.“The idea of complete no-waste, not even having to recycle, was incredible”, Sabol said, adding that she wanted to expand what sustainability looks like on campus.
As of this past Wednesday, students can now rent one of 50 seven-gear cruiser bikes around campus.
Christopher Vale ’18 died on Monday in a climbing accident in Yosemite National Park, College President Phil Hanlon announced in a campus-wide email this afternoon.Counselors will be available to Dartmouth students at Dick’s House on Saturday from noon to 2 p.m.
Student Assembly President Nick Harrington '17 discusses his goals for the year.
A previous version of this article was published on May 26, 2016 under the headline “Faculty petition calls for review of the tenure process,” and has been consolidated and updated to include additional context.
The College wrestled with questions of faculty diversity and the tenure process in the spring in the wake of English professor Aimee Bahng being denied tenure.
The College responds to petition to clean up Rennie Farm, which it used as a laboratory dump site for animal testing and other waste in the 1960s and 1970s
First class of Dartmouth's online master of public health program arrived on campus earlier this month.
Faculty members develop iTarget, an interdisciplinary biomedical research center, with the aid of a $12.45 million National Institute of Health grant.
Former Judicial Affairs director Leigh Remy ended her 17 year career with the College on July 15. She will start in academic affairs at Florida Atlantic University this fall.
Which presidential candidates visited Dartmouth in the past year?