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The Hanover Police Department arrested Vikram Naidu ’18 today on felony charges of arson and reckless misconduct in connection with the fire that occurred in Streeter Hall at 2:49 a.m. on Feb. 18, according to press release from the department. Two trash cans were intentionally set on fire during the incident.
Student Assembly unveiled a first draft of its student Bill of Rights today via a campus-wide email, following a Feb. 10 announcement of the document’s creation.
A power outage hit main campus shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Saturday evening. Parts of Hanover have also been affected. In an email to campus, director of Safety and Security Harry Kinne wrote that the outage was estimated to last at least another two hours from the time of his email, or until approximately 12:45 a.m.
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No snow sculpture will be built on the Green this year as part of Winter Carnival activities, director of the Collis Center Anna Hall said.
Effective immediately, the Tabard gender-inclusive fraternity will be suspended for three terms, according to a statement to The Dartmouth from college spokesperson Diana Lawrence. Following the suspension, the Tabard will be subject to social and College probation until the end of 2017.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is visiting Hanover on Tuesday, Feb. 2 for a town hall event hosted by his campaign. The free event will take place at the Hanover Inn at 7 p.m., one week before the New Hampshire primary election.
The College’s Board of Trustees approved a motion to establish a School of Graduate and Advanced Studies at a meeting in New York City today. The motion was approved by faculty in a November vote after being raised in a town hall event in October.The new school will streamline administrative oversight of the over 800 Ph.D., M.S. and M.A. students at the College, in addition to about 200 postdoctoral students. There is no plan to increase the number of graduate students, nor is any large reallocation of resources planned, Dean of Graduate Studies Jon Kull said.Kull described the decision to create a new graduate school as a bold signal, adding that the formation of a graduate school demonstrated the College’s commitment to supporting the research conducted by faculty.“Graduate students are already part of the Dartmouth community and they have been for a long time,” Kull said.Kull said that the new graduate school will provide institutional support for post-doctoral students, in addition to being ideally situated to support programs that traverse departments and schools.The new school will strengthen the College as a whole without compromising the College’s undergraduate focus, Kull said.“If you look at our peer groups, we’re compared to universities,” he said. “By acting like a university in this way, it will help us look like a stronger competitive institution among our peers.”
Dartmouth’s Organizational Adjudication Committee has suspended Kappa Delta Epsilon sorority for one term, effective immediately, according to a statement released to The Dartmouth today by College spokesperson Diana Lawrence. The suspension will be followed by periods of social and College probation through January 3, 2017.
Graduate student Scott Smedinghoff died, College President Phil Hanlon and Dean of graduate studies Jon Kull announced in a campus wide email on Saturday afternoon.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will be speaking at 7 p.m. this evening in the Hopkins Center's Spaulding Auditorium.
Sigma Delta sorority will pilot a shake-outprocess to recruit potential new members for the winter term. The sorority will notparticipate in formal recruitment this term, according toa Monday morning email announcement by the Pan-Hellenic Council.
Tate Ramsden ’17 died Saturday while swimming at the YMCA in Sarasota, Florida, where he was on vacation with family, according to a campus-wide email from College President Phil Hanlon.
Geisel professor Sakhina Begum-Haque suddenly fell ill and died while traveling to France with her husband, Geisel professor Azizul Haque, to visit family.
Creator of the Rassias Method of teaching languages and College professor John Rassias died in his Norwich home Wednesday morning.
Following at 10.7 increase in early decision applications in 2014, the College has seen a 2 percent increase over last year’s number of applicants, according to an email sent to alumni interviewers. Last year’s 1,859-person applicant pool was the largest in College history, so this year’s applicant pool passes that record.
All Dartmouth students and faculty in Paris for the French foreign study program are safe, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence confirmed.
The Hanover Police Department is investigating reports that Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity hazed its new members, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence confirmed Thursday night. The College is cooperating with both Hanover Police's and SAE national's separate investigations.
In the “Moving Dartmouth Forward” external review panel’s first report, all policy initiatives were deemed “goal met,” “continuing” or “ongoing” with one exception — the creation of an online consent manual is “behind schedule.”