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Afranie-Sakyi and Xiao: Celebrating Diverse Communities

(04/22/13 2:00am)

Most people derive their understanding of "self-segregation" by extrapolating the words. Along with negative connotations of the word "segregation," this term implies that one is so absorbed in a particular group that he or she rejects outside communities. This is not what race and culture-specific organizations at Dartmouth serve to do.

Daily Debriefing

(10/22/09 2:00am)

A team of recent Dartmouth graduates won the undergraduate prize at the 2009 College Inventors Competition for their invention of an electrocoagulation arsenic filtration system for use in developing countries, according to an Oct. 21 press release. The students, Philip Wagner '09, Dana Leland '09 and Lindsay Holiday '07, designed a water filtration device that meets standards for arsenic-free water and is intended for use in rural Nepal, according to the release. The final round of the 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition, a program of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, was held in Chicago.