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Zhou: Climbing Mountains, Drinking Beer

(06/08/19 6:35am)

Most of my favorite evenings have ended the same way, talking to friends. These days, that’s sitting in the kitchen at the Sustainable Living Center, where waffles are usually present. But freshman year, that was right outside of my room on the first floor of Berry Hall in the McLaughlin cluster. A few of my newest college friends and I, sitting on the carpeted floor, backs up against the wall.






College suspends Tri-Kap for three terms

(02/19/18 6:04pm)

Kappa Kappa Kappa fraternity was suspended for three terms, dating back to last fall, after admitting to a series of violations of the College’s hazing and alcohol policy. The suspension, which ends on June 21, will be followed by four terms of alcohol probation and then two terms of College probation, according to a Feb. 18 statement from college spokesperson Diana Lawrence.



Dartmouth communicating with Stanford regarding drugging incident investigation

(01/18/18 7:15am)

Dartmouth is in communication and cooperation with Stanford University regarding a Title IX investigation of an incident at Stanford’s Sigma Chi fraternity house on Friday, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence wrote in an email statement. Though the College does not have any specific information about the allegation, according to Lawrence, the suspected drugging incident may involve a student affiliated with Dartmouth, as anonymous sources have claimed to both the Stanford Daily and the Fountain Hopper, an independent Stanford news email list. The Dartmouth has been unable to independently corroborate the specific allegations in the reporting of either publication.




Q&A with professor Charles Wheelan

(07/28/17 3:45am)

Charles Wheelan ’88 is a senior lecturer in public policy at the College. He is the founder of The Centrist Project, which supports centrist policies and independent candidates, and is the author of “Naked Economics.” This summer he is teaching a class titled “Economics of Public Policymaking.” In May, Wheelan returned from his most recent sabbatical, during which he traveled with his family for nine months around six continents.


Committee reviews College inclusivity plan

(07/14/17 3:55am)

An external review of the action plan for the College’s Inclusive Excellence initiative found that while the plan has clear objectives, it lacks in-depth accountability, a faculty retention strategy and student involvement. The external report, which was released more than a week after the College’s self-imposed deadline, is an effort to increase transparency and accountability in its policy initiatives.


"Buoyancy" exhibition, alumni art comes to Hop galleries

(07/07/17 12:20am)

The Strauss and Jaffe-Friede Galleries in the Hopkins Center for the Arts are featuring artists at all points of their career, ranging from recently graduated alumni to well established professional artists. Darby Raymond-Overstreet ’16 and Benjamin Albrecht ’16, winners of the Perspectives on Design Award, currently have their art showcased in the Jaffe-Friede Gallery. Next door, the Strauss Gallery features a group exhibition around the topic of “Buoyancy.”



After large turnout delays results, town votes against Article 9

(05/11/17 4:27am)

Early Wednesday morning, the town of Hanover released results from the annual town meeting the night before and did not pass zoning board amendment Article 9, which concerned the town’s definition of a student residence. Out of 3,464 total ballots cast on the measure, 42.5 percent (1,471) were in favor of the measure and 57.5 percent (1,993) were against it. Article 9 needed a “supermajority,” or two-thirds of the votes, to pass.


A survey of Dartmouth's political landscape

(04/26/17 5:55am)

With intense political discourse persisting well beyond this past election, The Dartmouth set out to examine the contours of Dartmouth student public opinion regarding current events. In a campus-wide survey fielded from April 9 to April 13, 432 students answered questions about several issues, such as tolerance for and relations with opposing political viewpoints, views toward President Donald Trump and recent government actions like the Syrian missile strike earlier this month. The findings speak to contemporary debates and provide an understanding of where students stand on current political issues.


Safety and Security director Harry Kinne retires after 14 years

(04/14/17 6:15am)

Next month, director of Safety and Security Harry Kinne will retire after 14 years at the College and a 37-year dedication to college public safety. During his time, Safety and Security became an accredited department in the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, a certification that only about one percent of college departments hold, Kinne said.



Community discusses 'sanctuary city' designation

(02/24/17 7:20am)

On Feb. 22, students and members of the Hanover community gathered on the Green for a candlelight demonstration regarding the recent executive order restricting immigration and actions against undocumented people by President Donald Trump’s administration. Following the demonstration, Hanover town manager Julia Griffin, Hanover Police Chief Charlie Dennis and the Upper Valley Coalition for Immigrants and Refugees led a community meeting in St. Thomas Parish Hall on the prospect of making Hanover a “sanctuary city.”




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