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Spanning over 3,000 feet of wall space, the murals created by Jose Clemente Orozco, titled "The Epic of American Civilization," depict harrowing scenes of war and torture, organized labor and ancient Aztecs, among others. Although many national historic landmarks have strong associations with significant events or turning points in the country's history, Orozco's murals approach history with a new perspective, challenging long-held conceptions Anglo-American development in America.
Critics often argue that drones are immoral, ineffective and often backfire, but Byman said this criticism may be misplaced.
This year's Winter Carnival will feature the weekend's traditional events inspired by the theme "A Very Grimm Carnival," a tribute to the Grimm Brothers' dark fairy tales, Winter Carnival Council co-chair Mandy Bowers '14 said.
The center is planning a symposium on gender-related issues next term.
The "We Are Not Anonymous Campaign" is the Inter-Community Council's latest efforts to combat recent bias incidents and provide a forum for those who have experienced discrimination. The display also features a slide show that highlights each written message. Cards describing how to report acts of bias via the College's online bias incident reporting form are located by the slide show.
After 12 years of stagnant wages, compensation for undergraduate advisors more than doubled beginning last Fall, according to associate director of residential education Jeffrey DeWitt. All UGAs will receive a $300 raise and a $1,500 credit on their student account toward the SmartChoice5 meal plan, he said.
Government professor emeritus Eugene Lyons will be remembered for his passion for international affairs and decades-long service to the College, according to faculty who knew him. He died of complications from Parkinson's disease and a stroke on Jan. 10. He was 88 years old.
Geithner is the second Dartmouth alumnus to occupy the position after Henry Paulson Jr. '68, who led the department from 2006 to 2009 under former President George W. Bush, according to government professor Linda Fowler. "It is quite unusual that two Dartmouth alumni served back-to-back as Secretary of the Treasury," Fowler said. "Paulson and Geithner both faced extraordinarily challenging times, and more historical perspective is needed to properly evaluate their tenure."
All of Collis Cafe's regular food options will be available in the temporary serving space, but food will be pre-prepared in the kitchen on the basement floor rather than cooked in front of students, Director of Dining Services Dave Newlove said.
Clements is the co-founder of Free Speech for People, a coalition of public interest groups devoted to limiting corporate influence in politics.
As Election Day nears, the College Democrats and College Republicans have increased their campaign efforts on campus and throughout the state by registering voters, manning phone banks and making door-to-door visits.
A former Amherst College student described her rape by a classmate and the institution's inadequate response in a 5,000-word piece published on Wednesday in The Amherst Student, gaining widespread attention on the Internet. The article details Angie Epifano's attempts to seek help after being sexually assaulted by an acquaintance. Epifano, a former member of the class of 2014 who withdrew from Amherst last summer, said she later had to work with her alleged rapist, who recently graduated with honors, on a fundraising project. After reporting the incident and her suicidal thoughts to an Amherst sexual assault counselor, she was admitted to a psychiatric ward, according to the article. Epifano said the administration did not assist her recovery, preventing her from studying abroad and enrolling in certain classes. Amherst President Biddy Martin released a statement on Thursday emphasizing Amherst's intent to review the institution's policies on sexual misconduct, including a meeting involving students and faculty members to discuss how the school's policies should be changed.
Unlike their corporate counterparts, most nonprofit organizations are not equipped with the financial means or staff necessary to recruit students on an individual basis, Wilson said. As a result, they tend to reach out later in the year when students may have already accepted positions via corporate recruiting.
Renowned scientists introduced topics including dark energy and cancer treatments to attendees at the inaugural E. E. Just Symposium, which took place between Thursday and Saturday. The symposium activities brought 25 minority high school students and scientific experts together to discuss interdisciplinary scientific concepts, according to physics and astronomy professor and E. E. Just Program chair Stephon Alexander.