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Alumni, trustees clash at N.Y. forum

(09/26/07 8:17am)

NEW YORK -- Dartmouth trustees and alumni clashed over recent governance changes in a forum-style event Monday evening featuring Board Chairman Ed Haldeman '70 and Trustee Michael Chu '68. The trustees responded to frustration that the increase in the size of the Board and changes to the trustee election process diminish alumni representation. The forum, held at the Roosevelt Hotel, was the first of several alumni events scheduled in cities nationwide for Board members to explain the changes, which recently triggered a frenzy of media coverage and alumni uproar.





Ten Months of Dartmouth Immersion...

(08/10/07 7:53am)

Actually, if I recall correctly, I left my AP Physics class C (Oh, the absurd things I did to get into this school...) 10 minutes early, to check my application status online at precisely 3:00 p.m. My facial expression and the chatter of my Ivy-aspiring classmates that followed my return gave away that I hadn't actually dissapeared to the bathroom like I'd said. (My parents actually opened the real letter before I arrived home that day.)





Bug Juice Revamped: Camp Take Two

(06/29/07 7:14pm)

While feelings of anticipation linger during the ten-month-long camp off-season, the bus ride up to camp was always a five-hour session jam-packed with obnoxious tone-deaf singing of camp songs interspersed with views of rolling green mountains whizzing by the window. Especially for those of us who arrived by bus (most of us hailing from The City or from tacky strip-mall ridden suburbs), the images of non-anorexic trees and rocks that had never seen a landscaper or a sidewalk seemed awe-awakening.


Bug Juice Revamped: Camp Take Two

(06/29/07 7:30am)

While feelings of anticipation linger during the ten-month-long camp off-season, the bus ride up to camp was always a five-hour session jam-packed with obnoxious tone-deaf singing of camp songs interspersed with views of rolling green mountains whizzing by the window. Especially for those of us who arrived by bus (most of us hailing from The City or from tacky strip-mall ridden suburbs), the images of non-anorexic trees and rocks that had never seen a landscaper or a sidewalk seemed awe-awakening.







Winter sorority rush yields higher turnout

(01/12/07 11:00am)

The Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council will kick off Winter term recruitment this weekend, with about 70 percent more women rushing this term than last winter. Some 89 women signed up to participate in recruitment as of Thursday evening, whereas last winter's recruitment process drew just 52 women. The IFC, the fraternity system's governing organization, anticipates that the total number of men who sink bids this winter will be comparable to last winter's figure at about 25 new members.


Racial tensions mar Fall term, activists respond

(01/04/07 11:00am)

Students and administrators reacted to a series of racially-charged incidents Fall term, a fervor that took place while key leadership positions in the College's two primary diversity groups -- the Office of Pluralism and Leadership and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity -- remained vacant. Controversies, such as a Dartmouth Review cover depicting an Indian holding a scalp, attracted national media attention and elicited strong responses from administrators and campus leaders.