Ashley See


Several classes to have exams over Green Key

Because Green Key is not listed as an official college holiday on the registrar’s website, many professors said they did not consider the big weekend when creating their syllabi.

Moosilauke Ravine Lodge, Ledyard will be rebuilt

Students who were welcomed to campus at the Moosilauke Ravine Lodge during First-Year Trips will find a new building if they return to visit the 77-year-old structure since the Board of Trustees approved a complete rebuilding of the facility to be completed over the next few years.

Collis Miniversity will restructure its programming to increase engagement.

Collis Miniversity will be restructured, cancels fall classes

Collis Miniversity will be restructured to pursue engaging, stand-alone academic conversations with the goal of “increased interactivity,” Collis Center program coordinator Juliann Coombs said. After the launch of “Not Another Lecture Series,” a series of casual conversations with alumni and lecturers, Collis Miniversity will end their termly classes, including “Wine Discovery” and “Speed Reading,” this fall.

Q&A with Talene Monahon '13

As a senior fellow, Talene Monahon '13 spent her last year on campus writing "All In Good Fun," a one-woman play based on student life issues on campus.

Daily Debriefing

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center experienced a power outage for over three hours on Saturday that rendered the hospital's communications and data systems unusable for most of the day.

Panel considers value of a liberal arts education

Natalie Cantave / The Dartmouth Staff College President Phil Hanlon and Dean of the Faculty Michael Mastanduno moderated a panel on Thursday about the value of liberal arts education as national debate on its relevance to career preparedness in an increasingly technical job market continues. Mastanduno described the liberal arts as on "the defensive" due its the high cost of such an education and emerging technologies that cheaply deliver similar courses online. "What is it for, why do you come here?" Mastanduno said.

Acclaimed dance, music groups to visit campus

This fall, the versatile Hopkins Center for the Arts will be transformed into a comedy club, concert hall and more as the College hosts a number of artists including Mark Morris Dance Group, The Knights, Reggie Watts, Bella Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Tetzlaff Quartet and A Tribe Called Red. "We have a real mixture of artists this year who are quite famous in North America and internationally," Hop director of programming Margaret Lawrence said.

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