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Daily Debriefing

(06/01/10 2:00am)

Hanover Police officers responded to an anonymous call Sunday night regarding an event at Gamma Delta Chi fraternity, director of Safety and Security Harry Kinne told The Dartmouth. The caller claimed that activities related to the organization's "Hell Night" were "putting people at risk," Kinne said. Hanover Police Chief Nicholas Giaccone contacted Kinne, requesting that College Safety and Security perform a walk-through of the house with the organization's president, Kevin Gallagher '11, Kinne said. No one in the house was at risk and the call was "not accurate," Kinne said. Gallagher declined to comment.

Profs. discuss ‘digital humanities'

(05/17/10 2:00am)

Professors, librarians and students from across the United States gathered at Dartmouth's Symposium on the Digital Humanities, held in the Haldeman Center on Friday, to discuss the intersection of humanist scholarship and digital technology. The symposium featured discussions that focused on how best to adapt academic work to new media, as well as presentations on new scholarship incorporating digital technology. Presenters included Mary Flanagan, film and television studies professor and chair of digital humanities, and computer science professor Hany Farid.

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