Amar Scherzer


The College kicked off its first-ever virtual Homecoming on Friday.


College hosts virtual Homecoming

This year’s Homecoming celebration marked a stark departure from a traditional Homecoming weekend, which usually sees Dartmouth’s signature bonfire and an influx of alumni dressed in green. Over the weekend, the College put together its first-ever virtual Homecoming celebration, which featured a mix of pre-recorded and live events.


Student Advisory Board gives guidance on campus issues, COVID-19 decisions

As Dartmouth makes dramatic adjustments to student life due to COVID-19, the Dean of the College Student Advisory Board has met regularly with Dean of the College Kathryn Lively, seeking to bring student perspectives to the decision-making table. In the two months since its creation, the board has provided input on issues such as how to bring students back to campus safely and methods to promote adherence to COVID-19 regulations.

The College's Call to Lead capital campaign has a fundraising goal of $3 billion.


College's capital campaign nears 75 percent of $3 billion goal

In an email statement to The Dartmouth, senior vice president of advancement Robert Lasher ’88 wrote he is “confident” that the College will achieve the $3 billion goal, and that while the campaign has already accomplished much, the final $1 billion raised may be the most crucial. 

The campus group Movement Against Violence recently announced that its programming was being absorbed into the Sexual Violence Prevention Project.


New sexual assault prevention program unveiled for first-years

The campus group Movement Against Violence announced on Wednesday that its programming is being absorbed into the Sexual Violence Prevention Project, with MAV no longer “existing in name.” Starting this fall, SVPP will take over all sexual violence prevention programming for undergraduate students, including MAV’s facilitated discussions and first-year programming

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