Thought Project LLC adjusts to life in former Sig Ep house

Unlike most residents in Dartmouth’s living learning communities, upperclassmen residents of the Thought Project Living Learning Community moved into a locale a little different from the McLaughlin cluster this fall: 11 Webster Avenue, the former house of Sigma Phi Epsilon, a fraternity de-recognized ...

The new housing policy restricts students' access to buildings only within their House communities.


Residential access policy elicits sharp rebuke from student body

September 26, 2019 2:26am

The College’s new housing policy that restricts students’ access to residential buildings outside of their own House communities has sparked a debate over how building access affects student safety and well-being, and a petition drafted and circulated by Student Assembly leadership demanding a reversal of the policy has garnered nearly 3,000 signatures. 

Students can receive a push notification on the DUO app to verify their log-ins on Dartmouth accounts.


Duo implementation increases security, adds time to students logins

September 25, 2019 10:58pm

Information, Technology, and Consulting finished the migration of all accounts and services to Duo 2FA, a two-factor authentication program, on July 24. ITC switched to using Duo to create a more secure method for logging into Dartmouth accounts and services, replacing the old method of security questions for authentication. However, some students have voiced concerns about the system’s efficacy since its implementation.

J. McLaughlin opened a store in downtown Hanover earlier this month.


Three new businesses open in Hanover

September 26, 2019 10:28am

This term, three businesses — AroMed Essentials, Han Fusion and J. McLaughlin — opened in downtown Hanover. Additionally, Still North Books & Bar — an independently-owned bookstore set to replace the Dartmouth Bookstore — will open later in the term. 

West's class focuses on the work of James Baldwin, Lorraine Hansberry and W. E. B. DuBois.


Cornel West returns to Dartmouth to teach class on race and modernity

September 25, 2019 11:00pm

This Monday afternoon, Cornel West — Harvard University professor, political activist, public intellectual and social critic — stood outside Filene Auditorium and chatted with a student about 20th-century, African-American identity in the United States. Fifteen minutes later, nearly a hundred students flocked into the auditorium to attend West’s class — titled ENGL 53.43, “Race and Modernity.”


Astronomy professor leads discovery of planet

September 23, 2019 9:24pm

Dartmouth professors come from a variety of fields of study, backgrounds and careers; however, Elisabeth Newton has a unique and consequential claim to fame. In 2018, Newton led a research team which discovered an exoplanet. 

The Trips program saw a number of changes this fall.


Trips program enacted changes to training, programming at Lodge

September 19, 2019 10:19pm

The Class of 2023 this year chowed down on vegetarian lasagna, lugged blocks of Cabot cheese into the wilderness and struggled to sort out which of their trip leaders’ comments were helpful advice or pranks — much like previous classes of new Dartmouth students. However, there were a number of changes to the First-Year Trips program this year that impacted croolings, trip leaders and trippees alike. 

The Title IX office added two new coordinators to its staff in July.


Title IX office adds two new coordinators

September 18, 2019 9:39pm

The Title IX office doubled in size in July with the hiring of two new coordinators: Sophia Brelvi as deputy Title IX coordinator for training and Gary Sund as Title IX deputy coordinator for response. 

The two parties in the sexual misconduct lawsuit against Dartmouth filed the details of their agreement yesterday.


Sexual misconduct settlement filed, Dartmouth denies wrongdoing

September 11, 2019 1:19pm

The parties in the sexual misconduct class action against Dartmouth made public the terms of their proposed settlement yesterday, with the College maintaining its position that it did not commit wrongdoing and expressly denying that it broke any law or statute. In a filing yesterday in the U.S. District Court of New Hampshire, the nine representative plaintiffs and the College spelled out the terms of their proposed settlement