President Phil Hanlon announced his opposition to the American Studies Association’s boycott of Israeli institutions in an email to campus Saturday morning. With his statement, he joins university presidents nationwide in condemning the decision of the group to block collaboration with Israeli colleges and universities.
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Four hundred sixty-nine students were admitted to the Class of 2018 through the early decision process, the College announced on Dec. 11. The accepted students — selected from 1,678 early applicants — are intended to make up 40 percent of the Class of 2018, according to a College press release.
Jonathan Pedde - Tuck Drive
Jonathan Pedde - Tuck Drive
Abbey D’Agostino ’14 won the NCAA Division I championship in cross country, Saturday Nov. 23rd in rain soaked conditions in Terre Haute, Indiana. The senior’s efforts propelled her team to a 16th place finish while the men’s team finished 24th overall thanks to a 14th place finish by Will Geoghegan ’14.
When Joseph Singh ’14 received a call from the Canadian Rhodes Scholarship Committee on Saturday evening, he was decorating a Christmas tree with his family. Though he had anticipated a call, he did not expect to find out that he was one of 11 Canadians, along with fellow Dartmouth student Jonathan Pedde ’14, to win the Rhodes Scholarship.
Letter to the Editor:
It’s finals time, and we all know what that means: it’s time to dress up and impress your classmates while you pretend to study on FFB.
BROWN: Brown University is currently implementing initiatives outlined in President Christina Paxson’s recently approved strategic plan, the Brown Daily Herald reported. A new sophomore seminar program focusing on “diversity and social justice” will be piloted in the spring. Other changes include a post-tenure sabbatical policy and the development of online education programs.
College President Phil Hanlon discussed social opportunities for students, building a more inclusive community and the challenges that face the Dartmouth community — including high-risk drinking, sexual assault and violence — at a faculty meeting on Monday. Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson followed Hanlon’s speech with a presentation on the results from the Committee on Student Safety and Accountability report, which lays out plans for dealing with campus social issues.
Princeton University has seen seven of its students hospitalized this year as a result of a meningitis outbreak, The New York Times reported. In response, the administration urged students to stop sharing drinks at parties and avoid kissing. Princeton officials are considering the use of a vaccine, Bexsero, that has not been approved in the United States, to treat its student body. Meningitis vaccinations are already required for most students at Princeton and other New Jersey four-year colleges by state law, but the particular strain at Princeton is not covered by the vaccine commonly used in America. Due to the concentrated outbreak at Princeton, the Food and Drug Administration gave special permission to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to import Bexsero.