Madison Sabol ’18 has come up with a way to greatly reduce the College’s carbon footprint. After two years of research and assistance from the Dartmouth Office of Sustainability and Dartmouth Dining Services, she has created the “Green2Go” food takeout program, which replaces the disposable to-go containers in the Class of 1953 Commons with reusable ones.
On June 5, College President Phil Hanlon joined several university presidents in signing a letter in support of the Paris Climate Accord.
Throughout its 78 years, the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge has been a site of meaningful connection for the College community.
Tong Fei has just started her position as the healthy relationships and sexual health specialist, a new role created within the Health and Wellness Center
Language and cultural perceptions surrounding mental health can often be gendered, a result of a long history of mental health stigmas that persist today. Dick’s House staff counselor Liz Stahler said her team considers gender identity in the context of a patient’s identity as a whole, though its immediate relevance varies case by case depending on the patient’s specific concerns. “The whole gender spectrum may present with different concerns around gender based on masculinity or femininity or gender-role expectations or gender-nonconforming presentations and how the culture affects that,” she said.
Last week, Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens ’78 and Karen Kinzle Zegel, mother of Dartmouth alumnus Patrick Risha ’06, testified before the House of Representatives’ energy and commerce committee’s subcommittee on investigations. The committee had convened a panel of expert witnesses to discuss concussions in youth sports — and how they can prevented.
All-day breakfast, locally sourced food, craft beers and live music: these will be among the varied offerings at the Hanover location of The Skinny Pancake, which holds its grand opening today. The fast casual dining establishment specializes in crêpes and can be found in the Hanover Park Building on Lebanon Street.
This past Saturday, 49 students spent up to 12 hours designing projects and building programs at HackDay, an event hosted by HackDartmouth at the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network. This year’s event marks the first time that HackDartmouth has held a half-day programming event as opposed to a typical 24-hour hackathon in its two-year history.