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John Rassias remembered for love of languages and cultures, commitment to students

(12/08/15 3:39pm)

Following news of professor emeritus John Rassias’ death last week, friends, colleagues and former students took to social media to post memories and condolences. Beyond being a pioneer in the instruction of foreign languages, Rassias is remembered for his dedication to each individual student over his decades-long tenure as a professor.

Expectations vs. Reality: Winterim

(11/24/15 11:27am)

With Dartmouth’s winterim lasting an entire six weeks, most students create grand plans of productivity, fun activities and lofty goals. Despite our current ambitions, things don’t always go exactly as anticipated. With that said, Dartbeat has read your mind and also gazed into the future to create a week-by-week summary of what you plan to do for the winter break versus what actually happens. Week 1

College sees 2 percent increase in early decision applications

(11/19/15 4:19pm)

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.

Best of the Campus Blotter 2015

(11/17/15 8:45am)

Ah, the end of yet another term. It’s so close you can practically taste it. Or maybe that’s the taste of the Thanksgiving turkey you’re so eagerly anticipating. But before we part ways, let us take a stroll down memory lane in honor of a glorious 2015, full of cringe-worthy and laughable campus shenanigans. From bikes to booze andcandles to chicken costumes, we present the best of the Campus Blotter. Apr. 3, 3:02 p.m., Little Residence Hall:Safety and Security officers responded to a report of a student using pepper spray in the Choates cluster. Safety and Security located the student and confiscated the pepper spray. There were reportedly no injuries.

College sees no official reports of violence at protest, despite rumors

(11/17/15 2:31am)

Thursday’s Blackout demonstration, organized by Dartmouth’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, has sparked controversy after allegations of physical assault were made by users of social media outlets, like the anonymous messaging app Yik Yak, and later in an editorial in The Dartmouth Review, which on Monday gained traction from some national media outlets.