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'10 Guy: That girl has a longgg track record with guys.'10 Guy: Yeah, it's like Rainbow Road in Mario Kart, but longer.
Universities rarely report their researchers' financial conflicts of interest to the government as is required for government-funded research, according to a Department of Health and Human Services report issued on Thursday. The report found that universities that do report research conflicts often do not take steps to minimize or eliminate them, and 90 percent of universities rely exclusively on researchers to self-report any potential conflicts. Federal regulations require universities to report and work to minimize any identified conflicts to ensure the objectivity and value of the research. Although hundreds of universities receive research funding from the National Institutes of Health, only 41 reported researchers' financial conflicts. The report is leading some officials to question universities' ability to monitor their researchers themselves, The New York Times reported.
Josh Riddle '12 and David Rufful '12 also known as "The Young Cons" never considered rap careers until their conservative rap songs, originally featured on YouTube, launched a series of national press coverage and television appearances, including "Fox and Friends" and "Huckabee." Now they may be changing their tune.
"I think it strikes me as so fundamental to who we are as a nation and as a community that people should be able to receive medical care when they need it," Nelson said, equating the importance of public health care to that of other public services like education, policing and fire fighting.
Senior men discussed the events that have shaped their identities in front of a packed audience on Thursday night in Collis Common Ground. At the third annual "Men of Dartmouth" panel, the students discussed experiences ranging from racial self-discovery to the challenges of socioeconomic diversity.
Eleni Tsakopoulos-Kounalakis '89 nominated by President Barack Obama to be the ambassador to Hungary last month was praised by Democrats and received little criticism from Republicans during her hour-long Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing on Wednesday.
Renowned scientific researcher Paul Zamecnik '33, who is credited with the discovery of a molecule critical for protein synthesis, died Oct. 27 of cancer in his home in Boston at the age of 96, according to his daughter, Elizabeth Coakley. Zamecnik, long considered a front-runner for the Nobel Prize, enrolled in Dartmouth Medical School at the time a two-year program in 1934, and later finished his medical degree at Harvard University, where he spent the majority of his career.
Kadish, who followed Kim to Dartmouth from Harvard University, has played an increasingly significant role at the College since he assumed his current position five months ago. Kim said in the e-mail that chief human resources officer Traci Nordberg, associate vice president for fiscal affairs Julie Dolan and director of operations management Lisa Celone, in addition to the Investment Office, will all now report to Kadish.
Stereotypes, regardless of their validity, have to start somewhere.
Coming from a city where it's actually illegal not to recycle and where being a tree-hugger is considered a compliment, I was ready to ride my symbolic donkey across the country and stand up against the moneyed men of Dartmouth in the name of liberalism upon my matriculation at the College.
But how does this stereotype play out where it is perhaps most important: in Dartmouth's classrooms?
At the beginning of this term, I convinced myself that I was going to eat healthier and exercise more. To help me with the latter, I was sent the new Nike+ Sportband to review.
This is a swirling, cloak and dagger tale; a story of secret societies, campus celebrities and media tycoons. This is nothing less than the death of conservatism at Dartmouth, and the birth of the Lone Pine Revolution.
As much as we would like to deny it, another Hanover winter is well on its way. Luckily for students unfortunate enough to have to stay in New Hampshire for the next three months, a plethora of new winter products will certainly make life and more specifically, sex life a little more bearable this winter season.
Dear Miss Muffin Top,