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At Dartmouth, elevators, automatic doors and dorms with ground floor access are some of the more clearly visible signs of accommodations for individuals with disabilities. The new residential housing system was designed with the way they would accommodate those with physical disabilities on campus, director of education Michael Wooten said.
The faculty of Arts and Sciences voted today to approve the simplification of distributive requirements and the creation of world culture and quantitative and formal reasoning requirements.
Rather than snapping selfies, students pulled out their iPhones to capture an image of Mercury’s transit of the sun, reflected by projection telescopes on the Green yesterday morning. Mercury’s transit occurs once every five to 10 years, and its next one is set to take place in 2019.
This past weekend, Dartmouth hosted its 44th annual Dartmouth Powwow — a social gathering and celebration held by Native American communities.
A student was allegedly threatened and asked to leave a panel hosted by the Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth on Saturday after he attempted to film remarks by Rutgers University professor Jasbir Puar.
Tonight, students will gather over hors d’oeuvres and an open bar at the Lavender Graduation, a ceremony which recognizes the achievements of graduating seniors who are part of the LGBTQIA community. The event, hosted at the Triangle House, will cap off a two-week long PRIDE 2016 and will include a book dedication from authors in the Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni/Ae Association
All-day breakfast, locally sourced food, craft beers and live music: these will be among the varied offerings at the Hanover location of The Skinny Pancake, which holds its grand opening today. The fast casual dining establishment specializes in crêpes and can be found in the Hanover Park Building on Lebanon Street.
Next Tuesday evening, May 10, the town of Hanover will vote to approve the year’s proposed budget, which the Hanover finance committee voted 3-1 to support.
In a campus-wide email yesterday, health service director Mark Reed announced that while the College currently has no confirmed cases of mumps, multiple students have exhibited symptoms consistent with the illness.
Over 53 percent of students admitted to the College’s Class of 2020 accepted offers of admission, yielding a class of 1,156 students from 2,176 accepted students, including 525 who were accepted early decision. The number is an increase from last year’s yield for the Class of 2019 of 50.3 percent, and closer to the Class of 2018’s record yield of 54.5 percent.
The Hanover Town Planning Board postponed the hearing of the College’s application for a site plan review to construct a new athletic facility near Tyler Road, in the vicinity of Thompson Arena.
Vice president for information technology and chief information officer Ellen Waite-Franzen will be stepping down from her 10-year post at the College this summer after spearheading several initiatives as CIO.
Biology professor Mark Laidre's research focuses behavioral evolution, which he studies through the coconut crab. Here, Laidre discusses his recent trip to the Chagos Archipelago, where he conducted research on a grant from National Geographic.
Having more students in a class than space permits stands in contrast to the College’s liberal arts focus on small class sizes, highlighting the issue of over-enrolled and at-capacity courses at the College.
This past Sunday marked the beginning of Asian American and Pacific Island Heritage month, an annual celebration of the pan-Asian community that continues through all of May. This year’s theme at Dartmouth is “Loving #MyAsianAmericanStory,” a hashtag that was originally started by an Asian American high school student.
Two student-run radio stations — WDBS and WFRD 99 Rock — celebrated major anniversaries last weekend.
Campus love without the hang-ups: that’s the pitch that the mobile app Friendsy is trying to sell, and among Dartmouth students it is working — sort of.
Backed by over 110 co-sponsors — the most of any single event in Dartmouth’s history — the Big Green Rally will be held tomorrow on Gold Coast Lawn in support of divestment from fossil fuels.
Controversial academic Jasbir Puar will speak at the College tomorrow as part of the Gender Research Institute at Dartmouth’s “Archipelagic Entanglements” panel.
Many Dartmouth students know about the number of farms in and around the Upper Valley, which provide fresh dairy and other foods to the region. But few know about the migrant workers who keep these dairy farms running, or the struggles that they face on a daily basis.