Allyson Bennett


Campus makeover will continue after Wright

College President James Wright's vision for campus will continue to change its physical makeup even after he has left Dartmouth, as many of the projects conceived during his tenure will not be complete by the time he leaves, due to delays caused by criticism from Hanover residents.

Wright oversees College renovation

Featuring the building of nine new residence halls, new academic buildings and new athletic facilities, College President James Wright's tenure has changed the physical face of campus.

Controversy over Student Life Initiative marks early years

Winter Carnival of 1999 was marked by a march on College President James Wright's house and the coordinated cancellation of 21 Greek-system parties, as roughly 1,000 stunned students protested the Board of Trustees' and Wright's proposed Student Life Initiative, which Wright had said would likely end the Greek system "as we know it." The SLI, announced Feb.

Crady outlines COS review, policy reform

After considering an extensive review of the Committee on Standards, Dean of the College Tom Crady announced that the standard of evidence for cases before COS will remain a "preponderance of the evidence" and that College disciplinary sanctions -- other than suspension or separation -- will not be reported outside of the College.

Search committee drafts criteria for next president

Dartmouth's presidential search committee met for the second time on Aug. 28 and 29, the latest step in the quest to find a successor to College President James Wright, who will step down in June 2009 after 40 years at the College.

Dartmouth College Democrats discuss plans for their fall strategy in Morrison Commons.

Campus political groups prepare for fall elections

Maggie Goldstein / The Dartmouth Staff Get Out The Vote efforts and events with political candidates will greet students returning for Fall term, as campus political organizations gear up for the upcoming elections.

Dartmouth's new program aims to lessen fuel burden

Courtesy of In an effort to ease burdens on staff and faculty, the College announced a new commuter initiative on Thursday that includes a van pool pilot program and the introduction of Zipcars, a car-sharing program.

Kwame Ohene-Adu

OPNA forgoes appeal of construction ruling

COURTESY OF THE DARTMOUTH AEGIS The Occom Pond Neighborhood Association declined to file an appeal of the July 2 Grafton Superior Court ruling that upheld Hanover's approval of construction of the College's Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center.

DOC letter prompts discussion

Several College administrators met with Dartmouth Outing Club leaders Tuesday night. The meeting was held to discuss a letter written by the students requesting that the administration respond publicly to their vision statement describing a student-run DOC.

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