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Goodall's speech, part of the Dickey Center for International Understanding's Great Issues lecture series and the College's Millennium Development Goals Week, was projected to audiences in four overflow rooms across campus.
In a campaign year that broke long-standing racial and gender barriers, one national milestone has slipped quietly under the radar -- following last week's election, women will make up the majority of the New Hampshire State Senate, marking the first time in American history that women outnumber men in a state legislative body.
This weekend the Big Green sailing team tallied a second-place finish at the Crews Regatta, hosted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a ninth-place finish at the Rhode Island State Championships, hosted by Salve Regina University.
The University of Syracuse and the University of Massachusetts also took part in the weekend's play.
Santa-Donato discovered the Book Arts Program the fall after returning from Mexico while taking English 60, "History of the Book." The course introduced her to the Book Arts Program's studios in the basement of Baker Library. Santa -Donato used the studios to print and bind a book about her time abroad, for which she won Dartmouth's $500 Book Arts Grand Prize last spring.
In Jordan Osserman '11's pre-election piece "An Indecent Proposal" (Nov. 3), he argues that in all the fervor for Obama's campaign, another "equally historic battle" was being forgotten. Now, a week after arguably the most progressive election cycle in our nation's history, we are forgetting about the battle we lost.
The Dow has been plunging faster than a GPA during pledge term. The situation in Afghanistan is messier than a breakfast bomb and probably tougher to swallow. Corporate America is shedding jobs like ... alright, enough of the obnoxious Dartmouth analogies. What I want to say is that I'm nervous about the future. I am definitely the first person to ever worry about the future, so therefore I feel it is my obligation to sort out what parts of the Dartmouth education will successfully move us from here to there.
Ottawa County Health Department officials forced Hope College, a liberal arts school in Michigan, to close its campus last Friday due to a contagious norovirus-like outbreak, the Grand Rapids Press reported. Approximately 400 of the college's 3,200 students contracted the flu-like sickness, experiencing symptoms of diarrhea and vomiting for 24 to 48 hours, according to the Grand Rapids Press. Health officials urged students to stay on campus while the college was closed, but since the campus had not been quarantined, many traveled home regardless, according to the Grand Rapids Press. College custodians spent the weekend sanitizing campus common areas, but Hope College is unlikely to reopen before Wednesday.
Female students almost always pay a higher emotional and physical price for casual hook-ups than male students do because of women's hormonal and anatomical biology, according to Miriam Grossman, senior fellow at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute and former staff psychiatrist at University of California, Los Angeles. Grossman spoke to an audience of students and community members in the Rockefeller Center Monday for the third annual Dr. Tzvi Yehuda Saks Memorial Lecture sponsored by Dartmouth Chabad.
In his lecture, "Tribal-State Political Relations in the Era of Tribal Self-Determination," held at the Rockefeller Center on Monday, Warren said Native American tribes have improved relationships with state and federal governments in recent decades. Warren was appointed New Mexico's Cabinet Secretary of Indian Affairs this past January.
The panelists were divided on the issues that President-elect Barack Obama will face as president -- some cited the economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, or the management of supporters' expectations -- but all agreed on the significance of the election.
The Association of Alumni proposed an amendment to its constitution on Monday that would bring trustee election procedures in line with Board of Trustees' recommendations. The amendment would alter the voting system and the number of candidates allowed in the elections, among other changes, in an effort to "simplify and clarify election procedures," Association President John Mathias '69 said.