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While many residents of Greek houses are contesting the new policy allowing Safety and Security officers to conduct unannounced checks of all undergraduate housing, students in a similar living environment -- affinity houses -- already face regular walk-throughs by College officials.
In the shadow of a newly-defunct Coed Fraternity Sorority Council, and in the midst of building a brand new Greek Leaders Council, summer Greek presidents are uniting to take a stand against the Office of Residential Life's new house monitoring policy.
Theta Delta Chi fraternity faces two terms of social sanctions, including a ban on alcohol consumption, following violations of the College's keg registration and clean-up policies over Green Key weekend.
Wang Yang Lau '02 is clearly not a sophomore, having finished his sophomore summer nearly a year ago.
Attorney General Philip McLaughlin strongly denied an ABC News report that investigators found neo-Nazi literature in the bedroom of one of the suspects in the Zantop murders.
In what Hanover Town Manager Julia Griffin deems the biggest issue New Hampshire has tackled in years, the Governor and state legislature are currently struggling to find a constitutional and equitable source of funding for the state's public schools.
Within the year, unlocked exterior residence hall doors will become an item of the past, as students will need their college ID cards to gain access to locked dorms, according to recent statements from Dean of Residential Life Martin Redman.
Dartmouth Adjunct Professor of Environmental Studies Donella Meadows died Tuesday of bacterial meningitis.
Born and raised in a medium-sized town along the Caspian Sea of Iran, Reza Mohajerynejad led a quiet, peaceful childhood.
In a decision that surprised the world of higher education, Princeton University announced recently that it will replace all undergraduate financial aid loans with institutional grants, though other top schools are not so quick to follow suit.
Forty-three percent of Dartmouth students have used marijuana one or more times, according to a 1998 College survey, yet recent changes in federal financial aid policies that deny aid to students with drug-convictions have yet to impact the campus.
Amy Wilkinson '78 shared her winding career path from aspiring radio journalist to a political appointee for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to a small group of students at the Tucker Foundation yesterday evening.
Although shocked and disturbed by Saturday's double murder of Dartmouth professors Susanne and Half Zantop, Hanover residents expressed faith in their police and community leaders to deal with the situation and return the town to its normal quiet calm.
One year after the launch of a "social norms" campaign to change students' perceptions about alcohol use on campus, Alcohol and Other Drug Education Coordinator Margaret Smith and others are already seeing the impact of their statistic-laden posters.
From organizing workers on the San Francisco waterfront in the 1970s to conducting oral history interviews with black and white steel workers, professor of history Bruce Nelson has immersed himself in American working-class history.
More than 12 months after the Committee on the Student Life Initiative proposed a World Cultures Initiative to the Dartmouth Board of Trustees, the future of such an initiative is still uncertain.
One week after an unidentified male peered into an occupied women's shower stall in Smith Hall, a group of students led by Amanda Molk '01 is petitioning Dean of Residential Life Martin Redman for increased safety measures in residence hall bathrooms.
Kicking off a ten-day celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday, Latin American writer Ariel Dorfman will deliver his speech "To Be Completely, Absolutely, and Irreversibly Bilingual: A Curse or a Blessing?" at 7 p.m. in the Hopkins Center's Moore Theater.
Hanover Police and Safety and Security are both investigating after an unidentified middle-aged male was reported looking into an occupied shower stall in a Smith Hall women's bathroom Wednesday night.
In an era when school shootings are no longer "the unthinkable," most students here remain far from the line of fire, tucked away in supposedly safe communities.