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Like most Dartmouth students, Jesse and Michael Foote's time at the College has been filled with strong friendships, frolicking in the outdoors and stressful academics. And yet, when they are together in a room, a shared sense of purpose and commitment to improving their world is obvious.
This year's Green Key weekend, a three-day period that will likely be dominated by Greek parties, begins only five days after 92 faculty members voted unanimously for the revocation of College support from exclusive single-sex Greek organizations.
Professor Jamshed Bharucha, newly appointed Dean of Faculty, stressed his commitment to academic excellence and diversity of faculty.
More than 300 hundred Dartmouth students and faculty met in Alumni Hall last night to discuss the meaning of freedom of speech in the context of the Dartmouth community. Megan Hitchner '01, Student Assembly's Vice President of Student Organizations, began the event, entitled "Let's Cut the Shit," by inviting people to express their differing opinions on the subject.
Dr. Madeleine Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State, will deliver the main address at this year's Commencement exercises. Albright will receive an honorary degree from Dartmouth College as a Doctor of Laws.
Dean of Faculty Edward Berger and Dennis Washburn, the chair of the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Language and Literature will meet on Monday to discuss the implementation of a Korean language program at Dartmouth.
Recent poll results showing that more than one out of three Dartmouth students do not believe the Student Assembly represents their voice and concerns reveal an underlying skepticism among students as to the effectiveness of institutional student government. But this cynicism is not unique to the Dartmouth community.
Jamshed Bharucha, professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, has been selected by President James Wright to be the next Dean of Faculty. His promotion from Deputy Provost to Dean of Faculty becomes effective July 1.
In a classroom in the depths of Hanover High School a group of 15 Dartmouth and high school students met last night to discuss the problem of socioeconomic class in America.
How can a Dartmouth graduate balance the demands of a busy job and still have a meaningful personal life? This question is the focus of the third annual Work/Life Symposium, which will take place tomorrow at the Tuck School of Business.
The 23rd annual Senior Symposium will bring David Orr, director of environmental studies at Oberlin College, to Dartmouth to give a speech on "Education and the Earth."
In a speech last Friday at the Rockefeller Center entitled "The Face in the Mirror: Recent Studies of the Historical Jesus," Father John R. Donahue addressed the ancient question: Who was Jesus?
In his final term as president of the Student Assembly, Jorge Miranda '01 wants to pursue his main goal of increasing student involvement by planning four summits in which students and important figures on campus can talk openly.
Last night folk singer Dar Williams not only delighted the crowd with her poetic storytelling lyrics and skillful guitar playing, but she allowed us a glimpse of her artistic and personal inspiration.
(Editor's note: This is the final article in a three-part series on homelessness in the Upper Valley.)
Despite the fact that a record number of voting members attended last night's meeting, the Student Assembly failed to pass one constitutional amendment and tabled a second.
Dartmouth received five percent fewer applications for admission this year compared to last year.
In an effort to increase the number of blitz terminals available to students, the Student Assembly plans to install 32 computers around campus.Noting that the computers formerly located in the East Baker Library and Kiewit are no longer in use, Assembly President Jorge Miranda '01 took the initiative to obtain the computers from Computing Services.
In an effort that hopes to increase student-faculty interaction, the Student Assembly last night passed a resolution to allocate $500 in funding each for two events that bring students and professors together.
Amidst the usual weekend crowd of skiers and snowboarders at the Dartmouth Skiway, the creators and sponsors of the McLane Family Lodge gathered for a dedication and celebration of the new building.