SustainX, a startup founded by engineers associated with the Thayer School of Engineering, has received a $5.39-million grant to develop an energy storage system designed to make the use of renewable energy sources more efficient. The grant, from the U.S. Department of Energy, will support further research and development in anticipation of a demonstration of how the technology can be used on a large scale.
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Dartmouth, which owns the Hanover Inn, has agreed to pay $2,000 in fines for several hundred labor law violations at the Inn including immigration violations, and wage and hour violations in a settlement with the New Hampshire Department of Labor. The settlement also required the College to pay $29,000 in back pay to the Hanover Inn's catering employees.
As Dartmouth's 23 percent endowment loss may bring increased scrutiny to the financial strategy underpinning the College's investment portfolio, the ethics of Dartmouth's investments will continue to be weighed by an Advisory Committee on Investor Responsibility.
The College's potential $100 million in budget cuts will not harm the "fundamental elements of the Dartmouth experience," College President Jim Yong Kim and acting Dean of the College Sylvia Spears told concerned students gathered in Cutter-Shabazz residence hall Monday evening, on the eve of Kim's campus-wide budget address scheduled for Tuesday at noon. More than 60 students attended the event, which was hosted by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Music these days is a lot less about an emotional connection with the audience and a lot more about shock and awe.
Commemorating the 250th anniversary of George Frideric Handel's death, the Handel Society of Dartmouth College will kick off its fourth international concert tour over the winter interim, performing a series of 10 concerts in prestigious venues throughout England, France and Germany.
This is my last column as Sports Editor of this publication. There are a lot of important things to talk about. I should probably have a lot of things to say, a lot of things to tell people, and a lot of things for which I want closure. So to sum up my career here, I've opted for the only logical solution.
Currently ranked No. 2 in the nation in the U-19 age group, Chris Hanson '13, the Dartmouth squash team's main man, has been playing the sport for the majority of his life. He picked up his first racket when he was just five years old.
Over the past few months and years, sustainability has turned into a pseudo-religion on this campus. Everywhere I turn, I see students taping up posters on doors a la Martin Luther about how to live a more sustainable life. Just like weekly sermons at church, we receive weekly blitzes in our inboxes. Like bible study, we have weekly council meetings on climate change. Our church is the Sustainable Living Center. We even have a sustainability officer staff that can talk to students one-on-one. I feel as though I should be repenting for my use of a to-go container last night.
If Christians like Justin Murray ("An Intolerable Situation," Nov. 17) and Charles Clark ("Constructive Criticism," Nov. 23) truly want respectful, reasoned debate with their nonbelieving peers, they can start by refraining from belittling and insulting those of us who aren't sufficiently deferential to their beliefs.
The Dartmouth will offer live coverage of College President Jim Yong Kim's address on "Dartmouth's Financials" scheduled for Tuesday at 12 p.m.
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Henry Masters, a student at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical practice, passed away last week after testing positive for swine flu.