Michael Pollan spoke to a large audience as the Food Day Keynote speaker on Monday evening at the Hanover Inn.
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For his friends, Christopher Vale ’18 was an inspiration, a role model and a person who could not be encapsulated by a word or a speech. A devoted climber, Vale died in a Sept. 5 accident in while descending the East Ledges of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
Dartmouth’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa inducted 20 new members from the Class of 2017 last night. The annual induction ceremony was held at College President Phil Hanlon’s house.
Open Access Week, formed with the intent to foster discussion about the open access movement, began yesterday at the College. The movement aims to combat barriers preventing complimentary access to academic journals and published research, said James Adams, the College’s data and visualization librarian.
Last night, about 500 students, faculty and community members filled the Hanover Inn’s Grand Ballroom — standing room only — to listen to a lecture by Michael Pollan, an award-winning journalist and author of nine books on food, diet and agriculture. As this year’s George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture, the event coincided with National Food Day, a nationwide celebration urging Americans to change food policies and the way we eat.
Construction on a new photovoltaic panel adjacent to Moore Hall has just completed. This panel will serve as a model for the implementation of solar energy generation on campus, said Timothy McNamara ’78, associate director of real estate for the College.
Dartmouth is known for its off-campus opportunities. We have over 40 Foreign Study Programs and Language Study Abroad opportunities that allow students to travel the globe, from Lima to Tokyo to Berlin. Students make use of these programs, with more than 50 percent of undergraduates participating in an FSP or LSA. One off-campus program is overlooked, however: the Twelve College Exchange.
Peter Nigrini ’93 is a projection designer for productions both on- and off-Broadway. At Dartmouth, Nigrini studied theater and film with a focus on backstage production but did not discover projection design until after college. Nigrini has designed projections for various projects ranging from broadway productions to concerts
There are so many different ways to lie. We may convey false information, withhold the truth or tell white lies, saying what we want people to hear. Other times, we only tell half the story, convolute the story or make a new one. When it comes to telling the truth, however, there’s only one way to do it, and that is to express what you want and what you mean as accurately as your words and body language allow you to.
As Jeru the Damaja’s profanity-laced rap song “Come Clean” began to play over the opening credits of “Morris from America,” I could practically feel every person over 60 in the theater clench up inside. It didn’t take long for the couple behind me to walk out. When that happened, I thought to myself, “I’m going to enjoy this movie.” I can’t help but admire a movie that begins with a bang and weeds out any audience member not interested in meeting it on its own terms.
Students gather for a dinner discussion cohosted by the Dartmouth Asian Organization and South Asian Student Association.
The new solar panel tracks the sun throughout the day and serves as Dartmouth's second photovoltaic system.
Tours of Baker Tower will resume on October 28.
The construction site for the solar panel next to Moore Hall.