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The College released the Action Plan for Inclusive Excellence in an announcement by College President Phil Hanlom. The document, compiled by the diversity and inclusivity executive committee comprised of Hanlon, Provost Carolyn Dever, Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity Evelynn Ellis and Executive Vice President Rick Mills, draws from the reports of the three inclusive excellence working groups published early this month.
Female Athlete of the Year Winner: Yejadai Dunn '16
In the closest vote of the D Sports Awards yet, Yejadai Dunn ’16 emerged victorious with 50.9% of the votes. Close behind was Kaitlin Whitehorn ’16, garnering 36.4%. Jaclyn Leto ’16 took home 9.1% while both Katie McEachern ’16 and Laura Stacey ’16 each received 1.8% of the votes. Dunn’s victory marks the third victory coming for women’s rugby in three votes for best moment, best rookie and best female athlete. Dunn will go on this summer to compete among national talent and potentially secure a spot on the USA Eagles.
Streakers may be well-intentioned, but they need to be considerate.
Last week, Kat Ramage '19 won the D Sports Rookie of the Year Award.
Yejadai Dunn '16, Rugby
Yejadai Dunn ’16, co-captain of the women’s rugby team, had one of the most prolific years in women’s rugby history.
The Senate confirmed Eric Fanning ’90 as the secretary of the United States Army on Tuesday. The appointment makes him the first openly gay secretary of any military branch, as well as the highest-ranking openly gay official at the Pentagon.
Student leaders at the College released a petition on Monday critiquing the administration and urging the Board of Trustees and College administrators to “depart from the realm of student life” and instead focus on fiscal decisions they say will enhance campus intellectual and social climate. As of press time, 528 people have signed the petition.
Evan Boudreaux '19, Men's Basketball
For the second straight year, a men’s basketball player will vie to be named The D Sports Awards Rookie of the Year.
Tenure decisions need to value teaching more.
Golf, Ian Kelsey ’18 shine at Ivy Champs
On the weekend of April 22 to 24, Dartmouth men’s golf finished four strokes back of Harvard University at the Ivy League Men’s Championship behind a strong performance by Ian Kelsey ’18.
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.
The College needs to improve education over sophomore summer.
Dartmouth needs to do more to help up maintain our mental well-being, especially considering the attitude the administration has taken towards student life.
Piracy robs content creators of their livelihood.
This week, the Geisel School of Medicine began notifying employees whose employment statuses will change, the latest step in a series of measures aimed at accommodating the school’s budget deficit.
Historically, Student Assembly presidents and vice presidents have not been representative of the students they hope to represent.
A scammer posing as “Officer Sean White” has been leaving threatening voicemails on local residents’ answering machines, the Hanover Police Department announced in a media release today.
Gbowee was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize alongside Ellen Sirleaf and Tawakkol Karman in 2011 for her work in leading a women’s peace movement that helped end the Second Liberian War in 2003. She is the founder of the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa, which provides educational and leadership opportunities in female empowerment to women in West Africa.
Student Assembly’s Elections and Planning Advisory Committee announced the list of candidates in the 2016 election today in an email to campus. Voting will take place from 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 16 to 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, April 17.
The slight change in admissions rate doesn't spell the demise of Dartmouth, but it can present an interesting opportunity to change.
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