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Shaheen, who was the state's first elected female governor, is New Hampshire's first Democratic senator since 1975 and the state's first female senator.
"This victory alone is not the change we seek, it is only the chance for us to make that change, and that cannot happen if we go back to the way things were," Obama said in a speech to tens of thousands of supporters in Chicago's Grant Park Tuesday night. "It can't happen without you, without a new spirit of service, a new spirit of sacrifice"
It's time that the presidential search committee took a page out of Barack Obama's playbook and started looking for not just another College president who will continue the same policies of the last 10 years but one who embodies, quite simply, the "Change We Need."
Last month, a near epidemic spread across the Georgetown University campus. According to The Hoya, nearly 200 undergraduates fell victim to the norovirus. This food-borne pathogen plagued the campus with nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and severe headaches. The university fell into a state of panic, and many students fled campus to escape the outbreak. The college administration discussed shutting down, but finally decided to maintain normal operations.
Last Saturday, the New England Sports Network premiered a documentary film entitled "Eight: Ivy League Football and America." The special was aired directly after the broadcast of Dartmouth football's 35-7 loss against Harvard on Saturday afternoon.
The Big Green performed well in singles, but its only champions were in the doubles competitions, with the team of Ari Gayer '09 and Curtis Roby '11 winning flight A and the team of David Fink '10 and Eric Scholobohm '11 winning flight B.
Since her freshman year, studio art major and honors candidate Dulce Shultz '09 noticed that many Dartmouth students strive to seem well connected by "name-dropping."
Many state-funded community colleges will likely face midyear budget cuts, according to a survey conducted by Stephen Katsinas, director of the Education Policy Center in the College of Education at the University of Alabama and Terrence Tollefson, professor emeritus in the department of educational leadership and policy analysis at East Tennessee State University. The survey found that 18 of 28 states with community college funding formulas did not generate enough revenue to finance their programs. Additionally, state appropriations to community colleges dropped 5.15 percent between the 2006-2007 school year and the 2007-2008. Appropriations to flagship universities fell 1.76 percent and regional universities fell 3.7 percent in that time period. These cuts are expected to have the greatest impact on schools with occupational, vocational and technical programs . The survey may not fully represent the extent of the community college funding deficiency because the majority of states responded before the market collapse in September.
A team of nine Dartmouth Medical School researchers have developed an experimental cancer vaccine that triggers the innate and acquired immune systems. Initial tests on mice suggest the vaccine could be a promising step towards the development of more effective cancer treatment, according to Dartmouth Medical School professor Randolph Noelle, who helped develop the vaccine and experiments.
Based on past trends, the current national economic crisis may cause more students to consider attending medical school and pursue jobs in medicine, as positions in business become more scarce, Witters said.
The lecture, sponsored by the Sphinx Foundation, coincides with the ongoing search for the College's next president, though Paul Killebrew '67, the foundation's director, said this was unintentional. The foundation, the nonprofit organization associated with the Sphinx senior society, scheduled the event shortly after College President James Wright announced his retirement last winter. The event was one in a series of lectures on the history of Dartmouth sponsored by the Sphinx Foundation.