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Following a thunderstorm, main campus lost power shortly before 5 p.m., associate vice president of facilities operations and management announced in an email to campus. Liberty Utilities, the College's power provider, does not currently have an estimate for when power will be restored to main campus.
Following the positive tests for Coliform and E. coli bacteria, the City of Lebanon issued a boil water order for potable water, effective until further notice, Safety and Security director Harry Kinne wrote in an email to campus. He said in an interview, however, that these findings will not affect Hanover and that authorities in Lebanon and West Lebanon are handling the situation.
Alpha Delta fraternity’s appeal following its derecognition last month has been denied, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence wrote in an email.
Student Assembly president Frank Cunningham ’16 sent an email to campus apologizing for his behavior during a protest this weekend, when he moved within several inches of one of the demonstrators and yelled “I can't breathe" toward her. The incident was recorded and posted to YouTube multiple times—one of the videos has nearly 500 views, while another has over 300.
Roughly 20 demonstrators protested outside of Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity’s annual Pigstick party, chanting “There are two Dartmouths, and they’re right here,” and “Single-sex organizations like your fraternity are part of the problem, Alpha Chi Alpha is part of the problem.”
Programming Board is bringing T-Pain, the Far East Movement and Misterwives for this year’s Green Key concert on Friday, May 15 on the Gold Coast lawn.
David Brooks, conservative political and social commentator known for his regular op-ed column in The New York Times, will deliver the College's commencement address this year on Sunday, June 14.
The College has derecognized Alpha Delta fraternity as a student organization, effective April 20, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence wrote in an email. The decision was related to the branding of new members last fall, when the fraternity was already under suspension.
The College has extended its suspension of Alpha Delta fraternity following reports that some of the organization’s new members were branded in the fraternity’s house last fall, according to a statement from College spokesperson Diana Lawrence.
The College's Board of Trustees voted Saturday to increase tuition, room, board and mandatory fees by 2.9 percent to ?$63,744 for the 2015-16 academic year. The Trustees also voted to allocate $88.9 million for financial aid for the 2016 fiscal year, a 6.6 percent increase from the $85 million budget for the current fiscal year.
In the final hours of 2014, The D's editors walk through the year's important headlines. See you in 2015.
JENNY CHE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Post-grad plans: Summer internship with The Wall Street Journal’s Speakeasy.
Famous last words: Eat steak.
Piece of wisdom: Blunt honesty.
Favorite class: “Languages of Middle-Earth” (Elen síla lúmenn omentielvo!).
Tattoo you would get: My mom’s last name.
Craziest Dartmouth bucket list item: Hike the 50, but now I’ve missed my chance.
Favorite D memory: Trying to break news about canceled classes in a midterm review.
Steinberg built community wherever she went, and her competitive spirit drove her to work hard, with integrity.
Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., beat Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., in both the Wisconsin Democratic primary and the Hawaii caucuses, held on Feb.
IN THE VALLEY OF ELAH
Years from now, when Americans shamefully survey the emotional and physical wreckage of the Iraq War, many will look back on "In the Valley of Elah" as the first film to successfully articulate our nation's anguish.