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While the College has outlined its COVID-19 guidance plan for the summer term, some students have found it unclear and have followed the guidelines differently.
The petition, which has more than 100 signatures, calls for the College to restructure the Russian department to focus more broadly on Eastern European studies.
The program — aimed at improving Dartmouth’s mental health resources — will consist of an institutional assessment, the implementation of a strategic plan and a progress update.
Despite a high vaccination rate and low number of cases within the Dartmouth community, some College and town COVID-19 policies are likely to remain in place in the fall to mitigate the spread of the virus.
The gym, which was closed at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, will remain so until the space is renovated to improve ventilation.
The College is evaluating whether or not the program will return in the fall.
From the Russian department to Math, Dartmouth professors offer up their wisdom.
The gift will fund a faculty fellowship program and expand the E.E. Just Program.
Structural budget deficits and rising program costs will still require an overall reduction in faculty-led programs to an average of 31 or 32 per academic year.