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Dartmouth’s endowment posted a 1.9 percent investment loss for the fiscal year that ended June 30, according to a press release on Friday by the College. The overall endowment value now rests at $4.5 billion, reflecting a 4 percent decline from last year’s figure of about $4.7 billion.
An unidentified male attempted to sexually assault a female student on Saturday evening, Safety and Security director Harry Kinne announced in an email to campus this morning.
College President Phil Hanlon announced the creation of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society at the College in an email to campus this morning. The announcement comes a year after Hanlon appointed a task force to analyze the possibility for such an institute’s creation, with the goal of consolidating interdisclipinary resources at the College to solve the world’s most pressing energy problems.
Gifts and commitments to the College for the 2016 fiscal year totaled over $318.8 million, a 2.8 percent increase from the previous year’s record-setting level of giving. The money will address a wide range of initiatives across campus, including research, athletics and the new housing communities.
Dartmouth College ranked 11th in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report university rankings released today.
Christopher Vale ’18 died on Monday in a climbing accident in Yosemite National Park, College President Phil Hanlon announced in a campus-wide email this afternoon.
Abbey D’Agostino ’14 and Nikki Hamblin both received the Fair Play Award for sportsmanship by the International Fair Play Committee, supported by the International Olympic Committee, on Saturday.
Effective immediately, Beta Alpha Omega fraternity will be suspended for two terms, according to a statement to The Dartmouth from college spokesperson Diana Lawrence.
The Hanover Zoning Board of Adjustment ruled on Monday that Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity lost its residential zoning status when the College derecognized the organization last winter.
Women’s lacrosse head coach Amy Patton has resigned her position after an investigation into her conduct.
The College released the Action Plan for Inclusive Excellence in an announcement by College President Phil Hanlom. The document, compiled by the diversity and inclusivity executive committee comprised of Hanlon, Provost Carolyn Dever, Vice President for Institutional Diversity and Equity Evelynn Ellis and Executive Vice President Rick Mills, draws from the reports of the three inclusive excellence working groups published early this month.
The Senate confirmed Eric Fanning ’90 as the secretary of the United States Army on Tuesday. The appointment makes him the first openly gay secretary of any military branch, as well as the highest-ranking openly gay official at the Pentagon.
Student leaders at the College released a petition on Monday critiquing the administration and urging the Board of Trustees and College administrators to “depart from the realm of student life” and instead focus on fiscal decisions they say will enhance campus intellectual and social climate. As of press time, 528 people have signed the petition.
In a campus-wide email yesterday, health service director Mark Reed announced that while the College currently has no confirmed cases of mumps, multiple students have exhibited symptoms consistent with the illness. These students have undergone State Public Health Department testing, and are currently in self-isolation. The department requires at least five days of isolation for patients diagnosed with mumps.
Updated April 21, 2016 at 1:11 a.m.
A scammer posing as “Officer Sean White” has been leaving threatening voicemails on local residents’ answering machines, the Hanover Police Department announced in a media release today.
Liberian human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Leymah Gbowee will be the College’s 2016 Commencement speaker.
UPDATED: April 11, 2016 at 10:23p.m.
African and African American studies and English professor J. Martin Favor pleaded guilty to a federal child pornography charge at his change-of-plea hearing in the U.S. District Court in Concord this morning.
Geisel School of Medicine professor Ronald Taylor died of a heart attack on Saturday night.