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Provost Barry Scherr who was to remain in his current position until June 2011 will now step down, College President Jim Yong Kim announced in a campus-wide e-mail on Monday.
Jim Yong Kim will be inaugurated today as Dartmouth's 17th president.
Leaders in business and academia took part in a panel,
Thirty Below Courtesy of Some Kind of Jet Pilot
Board of Trustees Chairman Ed Haldeman '70 expects to begin as CEO of Freddie Mac in August, but has made no plans for his Board position.
College Provost Barry Scherr, who was to leave his post in the upcoming academic year, will now stay on as provost until June 2011.
College President James Wright will step down from his post, effective July 1. Wright served the College for 40 years.
Craig Henderson '09, the 2008 Ivy League Player of the Year, was inducted into the Wearers of the Green Saturday.
Nick Johnson, Jon Grecu, Mike Devine, Will Boardman, JT Wyman
Christy Autin '10 and Kirsten Costello '10 combined for three hits in the Big Green's 5-1 victory against Cornell, Dartmouth's lone win in the series.
Pitcher Hillary Barker '12 took the loss against BC, despite giving up just three hits and no earned runs.
The Dartmouth softball team won two in a row Sunday to put them one game ahead of Harvard in the North Division, clinching the division title.
On display in Baker-Berry Library are the
Powered by an explosive offense, the Big Green softball team swept Sacred Heart in a doubleheader, 8-5 and 9-1.
Dartmouth Model United Nations held a conference this weekend that was attended by 217 high school students.
Dartmouth accepted 12 percent of the applicants for the Class of 2013, a record low. The acceptance rate has decline by about 9 percent since 2003.
Keggy the Keg, a mainstay of Dartmouth sporting events, has been missing since it was allegedly stolen over the summer.
The new Red Rolfe facility will feature in-ground dugouts, improved bleachers and an updated press box.
The Dartmouth softball team drops to 4-15 overall and 0-2 in Ivy League play after two weekend losses in its conference opener against Princeton.