Alix Cody


Students explore alternative housing

For members of the Class of 2007 accustomed to strolling down Webster Avenue only to face a tedious walk back to their guarded dormitory halls, the summer has introduced a more comfortable alternative. Among the more prominent characteristics of the Summer term is the increased number of sophomore living in coed, fraternity, sorority or off-campus housing for the first time, since upperclassmen have vacated their seasonal homes. These new residential options often include larger living spaces, wider beds and fully-furbished rooms.

Larimore approves 'Good Sam.' changes

The College will debut its revised "Good Samaritan" policy beginning Summer term, following Dean of the College James Larimore's recent approval of policy changes submitted late this Spring by the "Good Samaritan" working group. The core of the amended policy will allow students an unlimited number of "Good Samaritan" calls.

FO&M hastily sprays to thwart caterpillar fiasco

Before a squirming blanket of caterpillars returns to Hanover sidewalks this spring, the Office of Facilities, Operations and Management is taking action with its first insecticide campaign.

'Good Sam.' group advises safety focus

Last night, the "Good Samaritan" working group released its recommendations to revise the current "Good Samaritan" policy, with the stated aim of better protecting and supporting students.

Committee probes 'Good Sam.' policy

As part of an ongoing effort to revamp alcohol-related policies at Dartmouth, the recently formed "Good Samaritan" committee plans to issue preliminary recommendations for revision at the Student Assembly meeting Tuesday night.

Two former profs inducted into AAAS

The American Academy of Arts and Science inducted two former Dartmouth professors, Robert John Fogelin and Christian Wolff, as fellows Tuesday.

Cycling club brings sprint racing to Webster Avenue

Racing around Webster Avenue sounds like a typical weekend night for many Dartmouth students, but this Saturday the racing will be done on bicycles and the participants will not be the average weekend partygoer.