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On Friday, the College admitted 483 students early decision to the Class of 2019, about 26 percent of the 1,859-person applicant pool. The applicant pool, originally reported by Dartmouthas 1,856 students, wasthelargest in College history.
After reading Philip Pullman’s “The Golden Compass” in fourth grade, Colin Walmsley ’15 was drawn to Oxford University. Now, more than a decade later, Walmsley is headed to Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar, where he will pursue a degree in social anthropology.
A 2-0 victory against No. 1 Boston University brought men’s hockey fans to their feet on Sunday afternoon in Thompson Arena. Dartmouth (4-3-1, 2-3-1 ECAC) controlled the contest, left wing Brad Schierhorn ’16 said, by sticking to what players knew they could do well.
Colin Walmsley '15, of Fort Macleod, Canada, was named Dartmouth's 78th Rhodes Scholar. At Oxford University, he plans to continue studying anthropology.
Even after injuring her knee last year,Kelsie Gleason kept running, completing multiple half-marathons. This determination shows Gleason’s character, her fiancé Nathan Butters said, calling her “one of the most dedicated human beings I’ve ever met.”
There was a time when Ridwan Hassen ’15, one of five children of refugees from Somalia and Ethiopia, considered dropping out of high school so he could work full-time to support his family. But he stayed in school, Hassen said, crediting encouragement from an influential statistics teacher. On Saturday, he was named a Rhodes Scholar.
Kelsie Gleason, a second-year student at the Geisel School of Medicine, died Saturday on campus.
A resurgent 2014 season came to a grinding halt for the men’s soccer team on Sunday night. Playing in the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, the Big Green fell to host Providence College 3-0, with all three goals occurring in a span of 31 minutes in the second half.
A 20th-place finish at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday capped off the women’s cross-country season.
PRINCETON, N.J. — The Dartmouth football team needed two things to happen on Saturday to clinch a share of the Ivy League title, which would have been the program’s 18th overall and first since 1996. Dartmouth needed to defeat Princeton University in New Jersey, and Harvard University needed to fall to Yale University.
Ridwan Hassen ’15 has been named the College’s 77th Rhodes Scholar. Hassen, of Marietta, Georgia, studies computer science and neuroscience at Dartmouth.
During informal hearings with sexual assault victims in Washington, D.C., Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) and other co-sponsors of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act bill learned that some students felt their institutions failed them.
Phil Klay ’05 received the National Book Award for fiction this week for his first short story collection, “Redeployment.” The work was inspired by his experiences serving in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Public Affairs Officer, including his January 2007 to February 2008 deployment in Iraq’s Anbar province.