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Whenever I’m asked to discuss my favorite part of Dartmouth, I always end up talking about the friends and mentors that I’ve been lucky enough to meet. But when I sat down to write this column, I found myself thinking about places that have defined my time here. I first recalled a moment during my initial visit to campus. My dad and I were listening to our tour guide, and I remember imagining myself lounging on the Green, FoCo cookie in hand, after a morning in the biology class that my tour guide described.
David Vincelette ’84, 57, was arrested by Hanover Police Monday afternoon after causing a disturbance in the reception area of College President Phil Hanlon’s office and assaulting Safety and Security director Harry Kinne, Hanover Police chief Frank Moran said. After his arrival, Parkhurst Hall was locked down, College media relations officer Shea Drefs said in an emailed statement.
Early Monday morning, a group of students released an eight-page document outlining over 70 specific proposals that aim to more equitably distribute power and resources on campus.
Torin Tucker ’15 died on Saturday while competing in a cross-country ski race in Craftsbury, Vt. Tucker, of Sun Valley, Idaho, was a member of the College’s Nordic ski team.
At the party, some attendees dressed in either blue or red clothing, AD summer president Mike Haughey '15 said. He estimated that fewer than 50 individuals attended the event, advertised in an email sent to the fraternity's social list.
Dartmouth raised $163.8 million during the 2013 fiscal year, $7.7 million less than last year's record-breaking $171.5 million. With contributions from 44.5 percent of alumni, the Dartmouth College Fund raised $51.9 million, breaking last year's record of $47 million.
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"I think that's high praise, that they had taken the time to do that for their boss," said Wallace Hopp, associate dean for faculty and research at the Ross School of Business and Gentes' boss for her last two years as director of faculty support staff and research administration at Michigan.
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has initiated a compliance review of the College for Title IX violations, Bloomberg first reported yesterday.
A 21-year-old male College employee fell from the side roof of Sigma Nu fraternity early Saturday evening. The man had fallen from a second floor window onto the ground.
Richard Mills, executive dean for administration at Harvard Medical School, was named Dartmouth's new executive vice president and chief financial officer, President Philip Hanlon said in an email to campus Tuesday afternoon.
Hanlon, who said he hopes to host regular student dinners, recently launched open office hours to make himself accessible to students.
Adventuring beyond the familiar windy curves of New England roads, the women's soccer team returns from a 10-day trip to England and Scotland with a winning record against three local teams.
Representatives from the Inter-Fraternity Council said they hope the punishments established will deter freshmen from entering events not approved by GLC and compel Greek organizations to report violations that occur in their houses.
What's your favorite memory from your time with the team?
"I think I'm just going to gun it and essentially go for broke for the next couple of years," Kaufman said. "If things work out by the time I'm 27, and it looks like it's a career that's fit for me, then I've found my niche. Otherwise, I'll probably fall back on my biology degree."
Although professors would not speculate about specific candidates for the College's 18th president, most said that the new president should focus on the College's social atmosphere, specifically binge drinking, sexual assault and hazing. Professors also said they hope the next president will focus on undergraduate education and have a long-term commitment to the College. During a Spring term Student Assembly meeting, Presidential Search Committee chair Bill Helman '80 said that the committee planned to select the College's new president by the end of the calendar year.
According to the NCAA Ratings Percentage Index rankings released yesterday, the Big Green ranked 37th in the country. RPI ranks teams based on win-loss records and strength of schedule. Several teams ranked behind Dartmouth in the RPI garnered at-large bids to the tournament, including Washington State University (42nd), Colorado College (46th) and California State University, Long Beach (40th). Dartmouth held its own at a national level this season, playing three ranked teams closely despite losing all three games. The Big Green lost to No. 9 University of Central Florida, 2-0, before falling to No. 21 Rutgers University, 2-1, and to No. 20 Pepperdine University, 1-0, in extra time.
As the match kicked off, the two teams appeared fairly even, with neither team gaining clear momentum. But as the game wore on, Dartmouth's skill won out, as the Big Green set up shop in the Big Red (1-14-1, 0-6-1 Ivy) half, recording a season-high 31 shots. Dartmouth's offense slowly built up its intensity in the first half, beginning two minutes into the game. Emma Brush '13 took the first of three quick shots, forcing Cornell's goalkeeper, junior Tori Christ, to make some big saves.
Both teams began the game aggressively, with Dartmouth's first scoring opportunity coming in the third minute. Marina Moschitto '14 played a through ball to Chrissy Lozier '14, who used some fancy footwork to sidestep sophomore goalkeeper Bethany Kanten. Lozier's shot just missed the goal, hitting the left post.