Claire Groden



Don’t Succumb To Overcommitment

There’s too much to do, too many experiences to be had with your eyes open, to let it all succumb to the tyranny of overcommitment. Trust yourself to be alone.

Dartmouth researchers develop smart bracelets

A team of Dartmouth researchers led by Cory Cornelius '07, who is currently pursuing a PhD in computer science at the College, published a paper this month detailing how a sensor bracelet can use biometrics to passively identify individuals for health care purposes.


Students, alums. perform at New London Barn Playhouse

Stephen Schwartz, the composer and lyricist of "Wicked," Taye Diggs, an actor in the Broadway musical "Rent," and Casey Nicholaw, a Broadway director and the choreographer of "The Book of Mormon," all have a unique experience in common an internship at the New London Barn Playhouse.

Howard Dean tackles Coolidge-era economy

President Barack Obama can look to former President Calvin Coolidge's economic achievements in the 1920s as he tries to shape a successful path to financial recovery, panelists said in the third lecture in the "Interesting People, Interesting Times" series on Wednesday night at the Tuck School of Business. The panel featured former chair of the Democratic National Committee and former Vermont Gov.

Writer Gourevitch arrives at College as Montgomery Fellow

Courtesy of Books Live Philip Gourevitch, a writer for the New Yorker and the author of three books, will remain in residence at Dartmouth as a Montgomery Fellow until July 19 to interact with the community through a series of events, according to Richard Stamelman, Executive Director of the Montgomery Endowment.

Alcohol policy changes proposed for Fall term

Sam Rauschenfels / The Dartmouth Staff Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson announced on July 2 to summer Greek house executives that the College will implement new alcohol and anti-hazing reforms starting in the fall.

Folt outlines agenda, assumes interim role

Patton Lowenstein / The Dartmouth Staff College Interim President Carol Folt, who took office on July 1, will focus on continuing the strategic planning initiative and increasing communication between the administration, faculty and students as she transitions into her new role.