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College encourages professors to establish GenAI guidelines

(09/11/23 9:00am)

Professors are now encouraged to establish explicit guidelines on the use and permissibility of generative artificial intelligence in their syllabi and class materials, according to an email sent by College Provost David Kotz on Aug. 30. In an interview with The Dartmouth, Kotz noted that these resources present both “opportunities and challenges,” and that the College opted to avoid implementing “blanket and broad policies.”

Dartmouth Dining Service supervisor Gordon Wright dies at age 64

(09/01/23 1:55pm)

On August 25, Dartmouth Dining Service supervisor Gordon Wright died, according to a message from senior vice president for capital planning and operations Josh Keniston. The message appears on the new “in memoriam” page on the Office of the President Dartmouth website. Wright was 64 years old, according to his obituary.

Truck crashes into dorm, building still livable for students this fall

(08/30/23 8:32pm)

On Monday morning, a truck crashed into Ripley Hall — a residence hall for undergraduate students — according to the Hanover Police Department. After an assessment of the damaged wall from the collision, Ripley Hall will continue to house students this coming fall, according to an email statement from College media relations strategist Jana Barnello. 

Professors discuss ongoing projects and research

(08/30/23 9:05am)

As an undergraduate-focused R1 institution, Dartmouth sits at an intersection between research and teaching. According to some professors, the College prioritizes both aspects of the “teacher scholar mindset,” encouraging professors to equally prioritize their research and undergraduate teaching. This model provides several advantages, such as collaboration with other professors across disciplines, teaching that inspires novel research and access to substantial funding. 

Alumnus indicted for allegedly raping 18-year-old at Theta Delta Chi fraternity

(08/15/23 5:33pm)

On June 16, a grand jury indicted a Dartmouth alumnus for allegedly raping and strangling an 18-year-old woman in Theta Delta Chi fraternity on the night of April 23, 2022, according to court documents obtained by The Dartmouth. Kyle Clampitt ’20 faces 14 charges, which include 12 counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and two counts of second degree assault involving strangulation, the case summary shows. 

Karen Liot Hill ’00 to seek 2024 Democratic nomination for second Executive Council district

(08/11/23 9:00am)

In an exclusive interview with The Dartmouth, Lebanon City Councilor, At-Large Karen Liot Hill ’00 said she will seek the 2024 Democratic nomination for the second Executive Council district — an advisory body for the governor. Liot Hill, who is the first elected official to declare her candidacy for the race, said she expects to make a formal announcement in September. 

College launches Institute for Black Intellectual and Cultural Life

(08/11/23 9:05am)

On July 19, the Office of Communications announced the launch of the Institute for Black Intellectual and Cultural Life, which will be located on the second floor of Haldeman Center. The Dartmouth was unable to confirm when the Institute will open to the community by the time of publication. According to English and creative writing professor Kimberly Brown, the Institute’s director, the Institute aims to be “a center for Black studies research.” 

‘I’m normal’: Republican presidential candidate Asa Hutchinson focuses on anti-Trump rhetoric during Hanover campaign stop

(08/11/23 9:10am)

On Aug. 8, former Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson visited the College during his presidential campaign, as he seeks 40,000 individual donors to qualify for the Republican debate stage. In a lecture and Q&A with Dartmouth students and Upper Valley residents, Hutchinson emphasized the rule of law and overcoming partisan division in America. 

President Beilock announces changes to senior leadership team to go into effect Sept. 1

(08/09/23 5:40pm)

In a school-wide email on Aug. 9, College President Sian Leah Beilock announced changes to her senior leadership team. These changes, which will go into effect on Sept. 1., include an inaugural health and wellness officer, as well as a redistribution of responsibilities as Executive Vice President Rick Mills prepares to leave office at the end of August. 

Geisel professor emeritus Michael Fanger dies at age 83

(08/04/23 9:03pm)

Michael Fanger, former Microbiology and Immunology department chair and professor emeritus at the Geisel School of Medicine, died on Aug. 1, according to a press release from Geisel. A renowned immunologist, Fanger founded biopharmaceutical company Medarex, which manufactures antibodies that enable T-cells to attack cancerous cells.