Thayer will introduce a fully online computer engineering master’s program in an attempt to enhance accessibility.
The plan includes an undergraduate housing project on West Wheelock Street that could begin as early as next year.
On Sept. 20, Dr. Ruha Benjamin delivered lecture “Utopia, Dystopia, or… Ustopia?” on the social implications of technological progress.
Beilock outlined five “key areas of focus” for her tenure, which included mental health and creating brave spaces.
The College’s 19th president pledges to address mental health, communication and climate, among other issues.
Sian Leah Beilock will become Dartmouth’s 19th and first female president at an inauguration slated for today on the Green.
Dartmouth alumni have raised more than $250,000 since the event’s founding in 2020.
Students had the opportunity to interact with representatives from 70 corporations to explore career prospects.
Dartmouth Student Government advocated for the elimination of overnight infirmary fees and oversaw increases in student’s termly printing allowance from $60 to $75.
Friends and students recalled Wright’s wit, generosity and extensive sports knowledge.
The Jack-O-Lantern sent a cease-and-desist letter to Dirtymouth, an apparel website that had been selling merchandise with images of Keggy the Keg, Dartmouth’s unofficial mascot.
The new policy, renamed from the “medical leave policy” to the “time away for medical reasons policy,” expands support and resources for students taking time off.
Attendees listened to historian William Hitchcock speak about Eisenhower’s 1953 commencement speech at the College.
In a campus-wide email, Safety and Security director Keysi Montás asked students to avoid the area.
Wright will be remembered as a “deeply caring individual who took pride in his work.”