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On Jan. 25, Dartmouth Undergraduate Advisors announced their intention to unionize in an open letter on the Student Worker Collective at Dartmouth’s website. The letter, which is addressed to the Office of Residential Life, leadership and other members of the Dartmouth community, arrives after several UGAs shared concerns over the fall term about inadequate training and minimal financial compensation for their role.
Following months of heavy campaigning by multiple candidates, the 2024 New Hampshire Republican presidential primary saw former President Donald Trump capture 54.5% of the vote to beat former Gov. Nikki Haley, R-S.C., who received 44.5% of votes, the Associated Press projects as of press time. Meanwhile, President Joe Biden won the 2024 New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary as a write-in candidate, fending off a challenge from Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minn. Votes are still coming in from across the state, with 61% of total votes counted.
As of today, Dartmouth has opened the ice rink on the Green after its two year absence, with free skate rentals available for pickup and dropoff at the James W. Campion Rink in West Lebanon, according to College media relations strategist Jana Barnello. The rink is a five-minute drive from campus, according to Google Maps.
This morning, College President Sian Beilock sent an email to campus that introduced Dartmouth Dialogues, a series of new initiatives that seek to facilitate conversations across different perspectives within the campus community. According to the email, Dartmouth Dialogues will involve “every school, center, department, division and classroom at Dartmouth.”
On Dec. 15, the College accepted 606 students to the Class of 2028 from an all-time high pool of 3,550 applicants — an 18% jump in applicants from last year, according to a Dartmouth News article. The acceptance rate for early decision applicants was 17%, which marks a record low for the College and a 2% decrease from last year.
On Oct. 23, Dartmouth released its “Commitment to Care,” a strategic plan for student mental health and well-being, outlining five long-term “strategic goals” and 10 short-term “action items” that are set to occur this year. The document came into fruition after the College partnered with the JED Foundation, a nonprofit focused on fostering emotional well-being, in 2021, and the “Commitment to Care” is their response to the JED Foundation’s findings on campus.
Members of the Class of 2027 elected six House Senators to Dartmouth Student Government in the first elections for first-year students on campus, according to an email from Elections Planning and Advisory Committee Chairman Will Elliott ’25.
The Greek Leadership Council has voted to extend the Greek First-Year Safety and Risk Reduction Policy, commonly known as the frat ban, from week seven of fall term in prior years to Nov. 1 — the Wednesday of week eight — this year according to a campus-wide email from the Council.
College officials announced “a new plan” for housing on campus in a press release today, five days after President Sian Leah Beilock used her inauguration address to describe campus living as among “the biggest sources of stress in our community.”
Around 4:30 p.m. on Friday, College President Sian Leah Beilock gave her inaugural address to members of the College community. The roughly 30 minute speech discussed, among many things, Dartmouth’s role in higher education, increased focus on wellness and new national initiatives. A video of the speech is available on Dartmouth’s website. Here are some of the highlights from Beilock’s inaugural address.
Dartmouth will welcome Sian Beilock as its 19th president at an inauguration set to take place on the Green today at 3 p.m., according to an email sent by the Office of Communications. Beilock will become the first female College President in Dartmouth’s 254-year history and will receive the honorary Wentworth Bowl from her predecessor, President emeritus Philip J. Hanlon ’77.
In a campus-wide email sent today, Dartmouth Student Government announced extended service on Advance Transit buses on weekdays, in addition to service on Saturdays. Bus service expansion became effective on Sept. 11, according to Advance Transit’s website. The Valley News first reported on increased service back in May.
Updated (Sept. 1, 5:59 p.m.)
On August 25, Dartmouth Dining Service supervisor Gordon Wright died, according to a message from senior vice president for capital planning and operations Josh Keniston. The message appears on the new “in memoriam” page on the Office of the President Dartmouth website. Wright was 64 years old, according to his obituary.
On Monday morning, a truck crashed into Ripley Hall — a residence hall for undergraduate students — according to the Hanover Police Department. After an assessment of the damaged wall from the collision, Ripley Hall will continue to house students this coming fall, according to an email statement from College media relations strategist Jana Barnello.
In a school-wide email on Aug. 9, College President Sian Leah Beilock announced changes to her senior leadership team. These changes, which will go into effect on Sept. 1., include an inaugural health and wellness officer, as well as a redistribution of responsibilities as Executive Vice President Rick Mills prepares to leave office at the end of August.
Michael Fanger, former Microbiology and Immunology department chair and professor emeritus at the Geisel School of Medicine, died on Aug. 1, according to a press release from Geisel. A renowned immunologist, Fanger founded biopharmaceutical company Medarex, which manufactures antibodies that enable T-cells to attack cancerous cells.
Updated (Aug. 1, 12:00 p.m.): According to a Facebook post by Hartford Vermont Police Department on July 31, Brooks has been located and is “safe and in good health.”