The Path to the Presidency series invites candidates to campus to speak to students and community members about their policy goals.
Amid confusion over New Hampshire’s primary status, student and community organizations work to ensure voter participation.
Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert Bixby and Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff Mike Murphy discuss the national debt.
Raskin spoke about his time in Congress during the Jan. 6 riots and Trump’s impeachment, the 2024 presidential election and the future of American democracy.
Thesen created AI Patient Actor, an app designed for medical students that simulates how a real patient would react to treatment and provides individualized feedback.
Students participated in the annual snowball fight, the ice skating rink returned to the Green and the DOC House discontinued cross country ski rentals.
One of the projects, called the Dialogue Project, will focus on the undergraduate community and aims to develop “collaborative dialogue skills” through guest speakers, special topics series and workshops.
In their latest meeting on Jan. 4, the Graduate Organized Laborers of Dartmouth-United Electrical Workers lobbied to expand their rights.
Cheney delivered the keynote address at Dartmouth’s Democracy Summit, in which she outlined threats to the future of democracy.
Roan V. Wade ’25 and Kevin Engel ’27, who argue that they have a right to protest, plan to fight the charges in court.
Jessica Chiriboga ’24 and Zachary Lang ’23 were named Rhodes Scholars, and Maxwell Teszler ’23 was named a Marshall Scholar.
During Winterim, the six-week period between fall and winter terms, students participated in a series of College-hosted events, such as pup therapy and bingo nights.
Dartmouth joined the nascent AI alliance to connect industry leaders and facilitate the exchange of artificial intelligence tools.
The Admissions Office drew admitted students from an all-time high of 3,550 applicants, up 18% from last year’s applicant pool.
The Dartmouth polled the Class of 2027, who generally feel optimistic about the College but have opposing viewpoints on Greek life and the frat ban.
Student voters are dissatisfied with the current political climate ahead of presidential primary elections.