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Construction on a new photovoltaic panel adjacent to Moore Hall has just completed. This panel will serve as a model for the implementation of solar energy generation on campus, said Timothy McNamara ’78, associate director of real estate for the College.
Last night, about 500 students, faculty and community members filled the Hanover Inn’s Grand Ballroom — standing room only — to listen to a lecture by Michael Pollan.
Dartmouth’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducted 20 new members from the Class of 2017 last night.
For his friends, Christopher Vale ’18 was an inspiration, a role model and a person who could not be encapsulated by a word or a speech.
Open Access Week, formed with the intent to foster discussion about the open access movement, began yesterday at the College.
As Jeru the Damaja’s profanity-laced rap song “Come Clean” began to play over the opening credits of “Morris from America,” I could practically feel every person over 60 in the theater clench up inside.
Peter Nigrini ’93 is a projection designer for productions both on- and off-Broadway. At Dartmouth, Nigrini studied theater and film with a focus on backstage production but did not discover projection design until after college.
Danielle Okonta '20, Emma Sklarin '18 and Sabena Allen '20 took to the campus to talk to take the pulse of the Dartmouth club sports scene.
With two presidential candidates possessing historically low approval ratings, the tone of the 2016 election has been less cordial than usual.
On Monday, the Executive Committee on Inclusive Excellence sent out a campus-wide email announcing that University of Pennsylvania professor Shaun Harper will join Dartmouth to lead the Inclusive Excellence action plan’s external review committee. Harper, an author of 12 books, currently serves as the founder and executive director of Penn’s Center for the Study of Race and Equity in Education.
On Oct. 8, Yale University’s program covers for the 100th Yale-Dartmouth football game featured Native American imagery that immediately drew sharp criticism. This year’s cover featured images of eight covers from past years, several of which contained illustrations of Native Americans including Dartmouth’s unofficial former mascot, the Indian.
This year’s Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hero fundraiser, held this past Sunday, had over 2,700 participants and raised over $775,000 and counting for patients at the CHaD, an increase from the $700,000 raised last year.
Student voices in the upcoming election are more important than ever, Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster ’78 said yesterday at a question and answer forum hosted by the College Democrats.
The Class of 2016’s participation in the senior class gift had the lowest turnout since 2004.
Changes in Greek recruitment this fall have led to questions about possible fluctuations in membership.
The basement of Rockefeller Hall was abuzz Sunday with alternating periods of loud chatter and complete silence.
The William Jewett Tucker Center and the Dartmouth Center for Service have added programs to better focus on their respective missions since the two organizations split in June 2014.
Filled with past projects, innovative technology, bean bag chairs and replicas of Salvador Dali’s famous mustache, the Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation Lab has been a hub of experiential learning and problem solving since 2013.
Throughout its 78 years, the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge has been a site of meaningful connection for the College community.
Students affected by the East Wheelock fire can be reimbursed by the College for damages incurred, though many students have not yet claimed any financial assistance.