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Sylvia Spears, who was appointed this summer as director of the Office of Pluralism and Leadership, spoke to members of the Dartmouth community last night at the Pan Asian Council's Community Dinner. Spears came to Dartmouth in July and is also an associate aean of atudent life. She spoke to the assembled students about self-segregation among minorities, cultural differences between communities as a hindrance for communication and issues of sensitivity when discussing race and culture. The event was funded by the advisor to Asian and Asian American Students, the Dartmouth Asian Organization, the Council on Student Organizations, and the Collis Governing Board.
While a recent analysis conducted by the American Association of University Professors concluded that nationwide tenure-track faculty hold a minority of positions at universities, Dean of Faculty Carol Folt says that the number of tenure-track positions at Dartmouth is actually increasing.
In 1995, a New Hampshire court threw out a lawsuit that attempted to block the College from moving forward with proposed changes to its governance system. This judicial history has come to rear its head again in the current lawsuit filed by the Association of Alumni against the College -- this time, being used in support of the Association's argument.
Former U.S. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop '37 spoke to students about his early experiences in medicine in a "fireside chat" yesterday at the Top of the Hop.
Kate Schaefer, a West Lebanon resident who lived in Hanover for 20 years, was one of many loyal fans to line up each week at the Norwich Farmer's Market in hopes of snagging just one of the Umpleby's Bakery meat pies that she describes as "incredible."
As the first-ever term of gender-neutral housing at Dartmouth comes to a close, the Office of Residential Life has begun to look back at its newly instituted gender-neutral housing program floor and, based on positive feedback, does not foresee a need to make any significant changes in the coming terms.
For many of the socially-inclined, hangovers are a fact of life. The bigger the night, the more likely you are going to be curled in a fetal position the next day, swearing to yourself that you will never drink again -- or at least not until Wednesday.
Urggghhh. Your alarm goes off. Or maybe your alarm doesn't go off, because you never made it back to your room. Maybe you wake up because the Psi U dog is licking the dried bits of Heorot foam party foam off your face. Or maybe some girl you swear you've never seen before in your life nudges you and says awkwardly, "Umm, yeah ... so ... I'm going to class ... " and by that you are pretty sure she means "... and please don't be here when I get back."
'Twas the night before deadline, and inside Maggie's head,
No one saw it coming.
Book: "Twilight" by Stephanie Meyer
'09 girl: I told my trippees they'd get gonorrhea if they didn't filter their water.
Clark recruits potential Dartmouth students in his shirt-and-khakis tour guide outfit punched up with french cuffs, boots, bowtie and a belt embroidered with Confederate flags.
Maryanna wears aqua tights and flashy shoes to transition into winter in her self-described "bright, bordering on silly, obscenely short" style.
Sometimes when you listen to music, you've just got to laugh.
Thump, thump, thump. No one plans to wake up with a pounding head, but we all know that it happens. Maybe you had a winning streak playing pong or overindulged at a 'tails event. Or maybe it was just another Monday night.