The Dartmouth Democrats and Dartmouth Conservatives are registering voters and organizing programming to ensure students are prepared for the upcoming election.
Hanover fire department captain Scott Letson advised Hanover residents “to get down to the lowest place possible.”
The new station will provide meal options free of the nine most common allergens.
Students accepted to the Class of 2027 respond to increased admissions resources, improved financial aidBy Adriana James-Rodil | April 6, 2023
Students drawn from a record-breaking 28,842 applicants applied with relaxed pandemic restrictions and recent improvements to financial aid.
Known for his constant smile and endless kindness, Josh Balara ’24 cared deeply for his friends and family.
The Chris Bustard Memorial Snow Race will be held on March 19 and will honor the legacy of Bustard, a husband and father remembered for his love for the outdoors and kind-hearted nature.
Former Safety and Security officer Teddy Willey died in West Virginia on Feb. 9, after a long career that included 20 years as a coal miner before his arrival at Dartmouth in 2000.
According to residential operations, the six activations this term have been caused by student actions, not technical malfunctions.
Bunts will be in charge of expanding the net revenue growth and extending the reach and impact of the College.
The Dartmouth bonfire has gone through several changes since it was first lit in 1888 — from name changes to structural overhauls.