Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Dartmouth 's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query.
78 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
Susan Brison, a philosophy professor and sexual assault activist, was told by an attorney to forget her assault. Instead, she focused her academic and activist work on combating sexual assault through writing both books and op-eds, public speaking and advocacy for violence against women.
Seated before some of New Hampshire’s most senior legislators last week, Halimo Hassen ’17 drew on her personal experience in testifying on behalf of New Hampshire House Bill 675-FN,which aims to extend eligibility for in-state tuition rates to undocumented students in the university and community college systems of New Hampshire. Although the bill remains unlikely to pass, according to two experts interviewed, they praised her remarks for their poignancy.
Each year, The Dartmouth publishes a story reporting the College’s ranking compared to other higher education institutions as determined by the U.S. News & World Report.
Following a series of pilot programs slated to begin this fall, the College will require all students to participate in a four-year sexual assault education program. This initiative is part of the plan for Moving Dartmouth Forward, which College President Phil Hanlon announced in his speech last Thursday.
Dartmouth’s new hard alcohol ban, announced by College President Phil Hanlon on Thursday, will likely lead to an increase in sales for some local businesses, while others are unlikely to see changes, local business owners and town officials said.
A campus-wide sexual assault climate survey will be implemented for the first time this spring term and will continue to be conducted on a recurring basis, campus Title IX coordinator Heather Lindkvist said.
Hanover has been “battling the snow and ice” this winter, town manager Julia Griffin said, as rising road salt prices across the U.S. are adversely affecting Hanover and Dartmouth.
Six months after Dartmouth’s Summit on Sexual Assault, expert opinions are mixed about whether the summit reached its goals and proved effective. While participants had aimed to reconvene six months after the summit, College spokesperson Diana Lawrence said in an email that the University of California at Berkeley is hosting a meeting in February, and Dartmouth representatives have met with other institutions regarding a potential meeting in summer of 2015.
Over winter break, 13 undergraduates and four Tuck School of Business students traveled to the West Coast on a trip sponsored by the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network to work for three early-stage startups founded by Dartmouth alumni, as well as visit an array of Silicon Valley startups.
As Public Policy 85 students discussed Northern Ireland’s peace treaties of 1998 in Belfast’s parliamentary buildings, British Prime Minister David Cameron discussed an addendum to the very same treaties next door. This coincidence demonstrated the continued relevance of the class’s studies, program participant Nick Zehner ’15 said. Economics and public policy professor Charles Wheelan ’88 led a group of 12 students to Northern Ireland over the winter interim period to study public policy in action. This is the second such trip led by Wheelan, who brought his Public Policy 85 class to India following the fall 2013 term.
A task force is exploring expanding the library’s resources by collaborating with other universities and digitizing selected content. Announced by Provost Carolyn Dever earlier this term, the task force will evaluate institutional needs and aspirations for research and teaching, and optimize library funds to meet students’ needs.
Amidon Jewelers will close its doors after nearly 80 years in downtown Hanover, as the local retail market has shifted to cater to tourists, co-owner Steve Doubleday said. The store, which came to Main Street in 1935, will maintain its locations in West Lebanon, Claremont and Keene.
A record-high number of people — 1,856 — applied early decision to Dartmouth this year. The number of early applicants is more than 10 percent higher than last year’s figure, initially reported as 1,678 applicants.
A record high number of people — 1,856 — applied early decision to Dartmouth this year. The number of early applicantsis more than 10 percent higher than last year’s figure.
This term, a group of introductory math students have seen their classroom “flipped,” with theories and formulas taught through online Khan Academy videos and class time reserved for discussion. The class — professor Scott Pauls’s Math 3 section — is part of the Gateway Initiative, a three-year program that will redesign 12 high-enrollment courses.
High-profile scrutiny has hit other academic institutions, from Bowdoin College to Wesleyan University, regarding Greek life.
Panhellenic Council president Rachel Funk ’15 has taken her position at a time marked by significant changes to Dartmouth’s sorority system, as well as to the Greek system as a whole.
A record 1,083 students visited the Center for Professional Development’s Employer Connections Fair last week, said Monica Wilson, the center’s senior associate director.