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Ten minutes before the start of 10A classes last Thursday, Jake Greenberg ’17 strolled into the Black Family Visual Arts Center’s video editing suite with a hot mug of coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts. While other students spent the previous night celebrating Green Key, Greenberg and his classmates from Film Studies 39, an advanced video making class, were busy applying the final touches to their original documentary, “Good Vibes and Duct Tape: Stories with Cindy Pierce.”
Shari Boraz was a teenager when she received her first pair of blue jeans, which she described as a breakthrough in culture. When her jeans began to wear with time, she embroidered them.
During the 2013-14 season, several freshman athletes have played major roles on their respective teams, becoming crucial players and even superstars in their first seasons in Hanover.
To commemorate the achievements of Dartmouth athletes and teams this past year, we introduced the first annual Sports Awards.
Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza ’83 pleaded guilty to campaign finance fraud on Tuesday, acknowledging that he made illegal contributions through other donors.
Two interactive student workshops conducted Tuesday by a team from a Massachusetts-based architectural design firm will inform the College’s revamped housing system, slated to launch for the Class of 2019.
Debate over low student interest in the humanities, the College’s difficulty in attracting new faculty, the role of professors in campus social life and initiatives to strengthen undergraduate teaching marked the academic year’s final faculty of arts and sciences meeting, which took place Monday afternoon.
After five years in Hanover, Yama Restaurant II will gain a new owner, a new name and perhaps a new Japanese-Korean menu by June, manager Yong Jeon said.
Seven members of the Class of 2014 discussed issues including identity, mental health and healing from childhood trauma at the annual Women of Dartmouth panel on Monday.
The current drinking age of 21 exacerbates high-risk drinking.
Poor treatment of common spaces illustrates an alarming level of disrespect.
To the Editor:
Thank you for making sexual assault a special issue for Green Key weekend. Thank you also for doing and analyzing such a large student body survey.
Sitting across the Green from Dartmouth’s Baker Tower is a building whose walls hold approximately 65,000 works, the majority of which, when not on display, are kept on site.
The Dartmouth men’s heavyweight crew team traveled to Worcester, Massachusetts, last weekend for the Eastern Sprints Regatta, where the Big Green finished 14th overall out of the pool of 18 crews for the Rowe Cup. First varsity eight took 12th place, while the second, third and fourth varsity eights all came in ninth in their divisions.
As an athlete, one of the key factors that determines a game experience is the crowd that is there watching. With a season of very few home matches and a lot of traveling, home court advantage was not something the squash team experienced frequently this year. While memories of our rowdy home matches are some of my most treasured, much of our season is played far from Hanover, away from the cheering excitement of the Dartmouth faithful.
Three students were arrested last weekend, Safety and Security director Harry Kinne said, which marked the lowest number in recent history. This year’s Green Key weekend saw the usual boost in campus police activity, Kinne said, and most calls were related to alcohol.
A proposed campus climate survey will likely not be conducted until next fall or winter, college spokesperson Justin Anderson said. Anderson said the Office of the Provost will be involved in the survey, with incoming provost Carolyn Dever leading the survey’s implementation.
Women comprise around 30 percent of students at the Tuck School of Business, facing particular challenges, including a lack of role models. Earlier this month, more than 100 people gathered to promote discussion about women in business at the Tuck Initiative for Women Symposium, which began May 1.
A new human-centered design minor, approved last week by the Committee of Chairs, will launch this fall. Sponsored by the engineering sciences department, the interdisciplinary minor aims to incorporate knowledge, research and innovation from various disciplines to address human needs. Thayer School of Engineering professor Peter Robbie and computer science professor Lorie Loeb will serve as faculty advisors.
I’ve witnessed extreme overcharging as the treasurer of a student group.
Readers react to the Green Key special issue, “A Campus Facing Violence.”