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On the afternoon of Nov. 3, Collis Common Ground bustled with the energy of hungry Dartmouth Students; Cupcake Warz had arrived. Presented by Alpha Phi, the event featured over 1,000 cupcakes that students could sample for a $5 entrance fee.
The women’s cross country team rode a first-place finish by Abbey D’Agostino ’14 to an Ivy title over the weekend.
College President Phil Hanlon laid out his vision for the future of Dartmouth academics at the general faculty meeting Monday. He stressed the importance of experiential learning and introduced proposals to keep tuition rates flat with inflation, create a freestanding graduate school and hire faculty in clusters.
The Obama administration will begin emailing 3.5 million student loan borrowers in the next month in an attempt to bolster enrollment in government income-based repayment programs, Inside Higher Education reported. According to a sample email, one targeted group will be borrowers who owe $25,000 or more and are currently using a grace period, but department spokespeople declined to discuss other borrowers who would receive emails. The initiative is part of Obama’s higher education reform plan, launched in August. Despite previous attempts to promote registration in income-based programs, as of June enrollment remained at around 7 percent of borrowers whose loans were in repayment
Activist and founder of MensWork Rus Funk kicked off Dartmouth’s annual White Ribbon Campaign with an address Monday night, in which he said men have a responsibility to be an active part of the efforts to end violence against women.
Over the past few weeks, 15 of the College’s 23 Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council Greek houses participated in the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hero Inter-Greek fundraising competition, part of the annual CHaD Hero half marathon and Ripcord 5K. The competition ended Monday and is expected to raise over $100,000, said Ethan Portnoy '14, philanthropy all-American rush co-president. Proceeds from the competition, hosted by PAAR, will benefit the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth.
Last week, a team of computer science and engineering researchers from Dartmouth and Clemson University received its first prototype of the Amulet, an electronic bracelet designed to enable efficient health management outside clinical settings and spearhead mobile health technology.
People are unaware of the Iroquois’ influence on early American government, Lyons said Monday.
When Oren Lyons, Honorable Onondaga Elder, heard that President Barack Obama called the United States the world’s first constitutional democratic government, he felt the need to set the record straight. The Iroquois Confederacy, established 800 years before the United States, was the first democracy to use a constitution.
Alpha Delta fraternity and Psi Upsilon fraternity raised the most money for CHaD this year.
Employment positions in the art world are some of the most competitive and sought after, and each year, numerous students commit to following their passions by pursuing internships.
Museums and arts institutions do not typically list employment opportunities with university career centers.
Marathons are one of the ultimate tests of endurance and mental toughness for athletes. Athletes begin training plans, start months in advance and precisely calculate mileage to maximize performance on race day. The decision to run a marathon comes with many sacrifices, as runners change their diets, sleep schedules and social lives to focus on the upcoming challenge.