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2011 sees sharp drop in liquor, drug arrests

(10/02/12 2:00am)

Sexual assaults reported to the College and student arrests for liquor and drug violations declined between the 2010 and 2011 calendar years, according to a report released by Safety and Security on Monday in accordance with the Clery Act. The number of students arrested for liquor law violations declined from 134 in 2010 to 40 in 2011, while reported forcible sex offenses dropped from 22 to 15.


College holds forum on reforms

(09/19/12 2:00am)

The new policies will take effect this Friday, and increased sanctions on organizations in violation of the policies will be enacted after a 30-day grace period that ends on Oct. 22. Organizations that violate the policies will be subject to three terms of social probation and the loss of privileges including new member recruitment, competition and travel, depending on the nature of the organization. The exact punishment will remain under the jurisdiction of the Committee on Standards and is subject to change based on individual circumstances, Johnson said at the forum.



Kim's tenure would be second shortest in College history

(03/29/12 2:00am)

"At this point in time, the guy's been here only three years, two of which were taken up by something that made it impossible for him to have any impact," former history professor and unofficial College historian Jere Daniell '55 said, referring to the College's $100-million budget deficit that Kim was tasked with eliminating. "The idea of comparing Kim to any other president is silly."






Editors' Note

(08/09/11 2:00am)

You're an exceptional group of scholars, athletes, musicians and community leaders. As a result, you're most likely about to experience what it's like to not be the best at everything for the first time. That's normal, and one of the privileges you have gained by choosing Dartmouth is that you are among so many of the best, some of whom are the best in unconventional ways.


Dick's House offers reduced hours

(07/22/11 2:00am)

Reduced staff on duty, shorter appointment hours and the closure of the all-night infirmary are some of the adjustments Dick's House has made for a reduced student body during Summer terms, according to Director of Health Services Jack Turco. Keeping the infirmary open over Summer term "would be not a good use of the College's and students' tuition money," due to the smaller student body, Turco said.


Five Big Green athletes receive USA Rugby academic honors

(07/19/11 2:00am)

Five Dartmouth rugby players lock Nate Brakeley '12, wing Chris Downer '11, wing Victor Galson '11, wing Clark Judge '12 and center Will Lehmann '12 were named to the USA Rugby Men's National College Academic Honor Roll, released on July 1. The five players represented the largest group of players from a single university to make the Honor Roll, according to the team's website.



Study links binge drinking to ads

(07/12/11 2:00am)

Advertising effectively promotes alcohol brands to teenagers, researchers from Dartmouth Medical School and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health found in a study published in the July issue of the Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. Dartmouth pediatricians Susanne Tanski, Auden McClure and James Sargent found a correlation between alcohol companies' annual advertising expenditures and underage drinkers' preferred brands in the study titled "Alcohol Brand Preference and Binge Drinking Among Adolescents."






Tuition, fees to increase 5.9 percent next year

(03/07/11 2:07pm)

The Board of Trustees approved a 5.9-percent increase in tuition, room, board and fees for the 2011-2012 academic year, according to a College press release on Monday. With the increase, tuition, room, board and fees will total $55,365. Dartmouth is currently the most expensive of the seven Ivy League schools that have announced tuition costs for the 2011-2012 academic year.



Daily Debriefing

(02/09/11 4:00am)

Former College Dean of the Faculty and current Tufts University Provost Jamshed Bharucha will serve as president of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art a higher education institution in New York City that offers free tuition to students The Boston Globe reported on Tuesday. Bharucha will resign from Tufts where he has worked since 2002 at the end of the 2010-2011 academic year, according to The Globe. During his time at Tufts, Bharucha worked to improve the University's academic standing as well as its international outreach, Tufts President Lawrence Bacow said in an interview with The Globe. Bharucha served as Dartmouth's John Wentworth Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences and deputy provost in 1997, and was appointed dean of the faculty at Dartmouth in July 2001, according to a 2001 College press release.




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