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.
The former President visited the Upper Valley to deliver a nearly two-hour campaign speech at Stevens High School as part of his 2024 reelection bid.
The Novo Nordisk Foundation awarded Morlighem and engineering professor Hélène Seroussi a $1 million grant to study the behavior of ice sheets and predict changes in sea-levels.
The Dartmouth New Deal, a policy proposal, would have the College cut all financial ties with Israel-linked corporations “that are complicit in apartheid and its apparatuses,” it states.
250 faculty members sign letter expressing “profound concerns” over understaffing at College of Arts and Sciences
Hundreds of academics allege the student body has outpaced staff hiring for decades.
DSG Senators recounted their meetings with campus officials on mental health, student dissent policies and the economics of Dartmouth Dining.
Students who hail from states with strong political leanings said that they are eager to vote in New Hampshire due to its swing state status.
The change comes after other dining restrictions, such collecting student IDs at ’53 Commons for students taking a Green2Go meal.
Christie spoke about his 2024 presidential bid as part of the “Path to the Presidency” event series.