Cathy Wu


Articles

Sophomore Program helps niche, unknown by most

The College's "Sophomore Program," the brainchild of the Upperclass Deans office, the Dean of the Faculty office and the Office of Residential Life, seeks to provide advising targeted to sophomores but has seen less-than-overwhelming interest and attendance so far. Many students don't know the program's purpose or the fact that it is open to all sophomores.


Slim parking pickings pain professors

Parking has become an increasingly headache-inducing problem for many professors and staff. Several professors have written letters detailing their frustrations with the current parking situation in the parking lot shared by the Thayer School of Engineering and the Tuck School of Business. Thayer Director of Public Information Catherine Lamm, who has received the messages, said that within the past year the parking problem has reached a crisis point.


Bio prof, alum fight mercury pollution

Biology professor Celia Chen and environmental consultant Kathy Fallon-Lambert '90 contributed to two studies that have been used by Congress to push for tougher environmental restrictions for mercury emission levels.


Four professors offer education definitions

Four Dartmouth faculty members offered different perspectives on what it means to be well educated in a forum held at Dartmouth Hall yesterday evening. The panel, moderated by Dean of the College Daniel Nelson, is the second in a series of forums held the first Thursday of every term sponsored partly by the Tucker Foundation. Responses to the question "What does it mean to be well educated?" ranged across the spectrum.




Ceremonies mark buildings' openings

The College celebrated the opening of Kemeny Hall and the Haldeman Center with two dedication ceremonies and tours of the new buildings this weekend.


Brain Imaging Center hosts symposium

The Brain Imaging Center hosted a day-long event Thursday highlighting the use of neuroimaging equipment at Dartmouth in faculty and graduate student research.


Tuition Tax Credit benefits affluent

A recent study by the National Center for Education Statistics revealed that wealthier families are the primary beneficiaries of college tuition tax credits, the latest report of growing difficulties facing low-income students.


Senior wins prestigious poetry contest

Jessica Spradling '06 rose above five contestants last Saturday to win the 83rd Katherine Irene Glascock Intercollegiate Poetry Competition at Mount Holyoke College.


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