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The Undergraduate Finance Committee released its allocation decisions for the Student Activities Budget on Sunday. The $1.1 million budget covers 10 undergraduate groups for the 2016-2017 fiscal year. UFC funds come from the student activities fee charged to each student’s tuition every year, which is currently $86.
Native American Studies professor N. Bruce Duthu ’80 will succeed French, comparative literature and film studies professor Lynn Higgins as the next Frank J. Guarini Associate Dean of the Faculty for International Studies and Interdisciplinary Programs. He will be the third in the position since its creation a decade ago, starting his tenure on July 1.
History, English, linguistics, music and chemistry will be the fields of expertise of next year’s Senior Fellows. The program announced last week that five students — Julia Marino ’17, Annelise Brinck-Johnsen ’17, Corinne Kasper ’17, Tyné Freeman ’17 and Emmanuel Hui ’17 — have been chosen as the 2016-2017 fellows.
Dressed in white, over 120 students marched from Wentworth Hall to Parkhurst Hall today around 1:20 p.m. in support of #fight4facultyofcolor.
A group of roughly 20 faculty members have drafted and circulated a petition calling for a review of the tenure process, which 113 faculty members signed as of press time. The petition cites concerns about candidates being recommended for tenure by their departments ultimately being denied by the College’s Committee Advisory to the President.
In the wake of Michael Mastanduno’s announcement that he will step down as Dean of the Faculty at the end of the 2016-2017 academic year, the College has launched a search for the next dean. Mastanduno, a government professor, was appointed to the position in 2010 and reappointed in 2014.
Over 400 participants will gather this Saturday at 10 a.m. on Red Rolfe Field in support of the second annual Memorial Challenge. The event includes a community workout circuit followed by a barbecue during which participants can reflect on the lives of Blaine Steinberg ’15 and Torin Tucker ’15, two active Dartmouth student-athletes who unexpectedly died in 2014
The Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center was packed with hundreds of students and faculty yesterday afternoon for the Karen Wetterhahn Science Symposium, an exhibition of undergraduate research in the sciences.
Sarah Lund ’16 analyzes French constructs of history and society in a period thought of as a rejection of the country’s previous history. As an art history and government double major, Lund is writing a thesis with the art history department that focuses on a print series made during the early French revolution. While numerous seniors finish their theses this term in other departments, Lund stands out as the only student writing a thesis in the art history department, despite there being seven other students majoring in the subject.
On Tuesday, the two last community forums were held to discuss the community study and diversity working groups, the reports of which were released earlier this month.
The Asian American Coalition for Education, a group consisting of more than 130 Asian American organizations, announced the filing of civil rights violation complaints against Dartmouth College, Yale University and Brown University on Monday.
The food options at Dartmouth College are many, but what happens to the leftovers? The “FREE FOOD @NOW” GroupMe’s 1,062 members stand as an answer to that question.
Tong Fei has just started her position as the healthy relationships and sexual health specialist, a new role created within the Health and Wellness Center
The College filed a motion on May 16 with the Hanover Zoning Board of Adjustment for a rehearing of the board’s decision to allow Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity to remain classified as a student residence under Hanover zoning laws.
Green Key arrests by the Hanover Police Department rose to 22 this past weekend, up from 17 last year and down from 34 in 2014.
Yesterday afternoon, around 100 faculty members, in their last faculty meeting of the 2015-2016 academic year, voted to not change the non-recording option, approved the continuation of the Jewish studies program and a five-year plan for faculty compensation.
In a survey conducted by The Dartmouth, 342 students shared their perspectives on the College’s campus climate in regards to gender.
The liberal arts experience promises a well-rounded education to students. Despite exposure to multiple fields of study, majors are often broken up along gender lines.
Founded in 1994, the undergraduate society Amarna takes its name from a city in ancient Egypt founded by Akhenaten’s wife, Queen Nefertiti, Amarna’s president Breanna McHugh ’17 said.
Throughout her freshman year at Dartmouth, Rachel Patel ’17 was interested in becoming involved with scientific research.