The Dartmouth polled the Class of 2027, who generally feel optimistic about the College but have opposing viewpoints on Greek life and the frat ban.
‘He’s up there, and he’s damn proud’: Two months after death of head coach, football wins Ivy League titleBy: 11/22/23 12:59pm |
Former head coach Buddy Teevens ’79 and teammate Josh Balara ’24 died earlier this year. On Saturday, their team became champions.
On Senior Day, Nick Howard’s 34th rushing touchdown broke a 96-year-old Big Green record as the Big Green won 30-14.
One writer investigates the distribution of past College citations to campus organizations.
The eight universities have endured varying crimes, protests and public controversies since the start of the war.
The former President visited the Upper Valley to deliver a nearly two-hour campaign speech at Stevens High School as part of his 2024 reelection bid.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation awarded Morlighem and engineering professor Hélène Seroussi a $1 million grant to study the behavior of ice sheets and predict changes in sea-levels.
While the College plans to renovate dorm buildings and increase the number of beds to house students in coming years, a quicker solution is necessary for health and safety issues.
Luke Montalbano ’27 argues that Canada’s leadership in the international campaign against South African Apartheid showed that even the “smallest” can make fundamental change. ...
The Dartmouth New Deal contains many ideas that have the potential to improve campus, but its impracticality, biases and costs undermine its effectiveness.
Many non-first-generation college students could benefit from similar programs to those offered to first-generation students.
It is unjust and counterproductive to end the consideration of legacy within college admissions now, as colleges are more diverse than ever.
Biotech is a critical tool to address climate change — Dartmouth’s research priorities should reflect that.
Out-of-state donations to state and local campaigns threaten democracy and federalism.
While the College plans to renovate dorm buildings and increase the number of beds to house students in coming years, a quicker solution is necessary for health and safety issues. ...
Two writers explore the history of student activism at Dartmouth and how it has evolved through the years.
Students detail the mental health side of the “Dartmouth bubble,” as well as their methods for escaping the campus environment.
The preeminent gospel group on campus blends backgrounds and beliefs in their vibrant, upbeat performances.
Taylor Williams ’24 of women’s soccer reflects on her growth over the years in her role as a defender and as a team leader.
Men’s rugby is an environment for personal growth, camaraderie and sportsmanship with a historic program legacy.
One writer recommends six books to read during Native American Heritage Month.
Despite awkward pacing, Sofia Coppola’s adaptation of Priscilla Presley’s memoir is a beautiful look into a complicated life.