Daniel Kim


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College begins offering packaged Kosher meals

In response to Orthodox Jewish students’ request for Orthodox-certified kosher food, the Courtyard Café at the Hopkins Center and Novack Café began to provide pre-packaged kosher meals from Vermont Kosher this past week.


In Commencement address, Gbowee urges graduates to break down barriers

This past Sunday, undergraduate and graduate students celebrated the end of their chapters at the College during this year’s Commencement ceremony, held on the Green. The College awarded 1,867 degrees, including 1,087 undergraduate degrees, in front of an audience of over 11,000.


Native American studies professor N. Bruce Duthu ’80  named next Frank J. Guarini Associate Dean of the Faculty for International Studies and Interdisciplinary Programs.

Duthu named associate dean for international studies and programs

Native American Studies professor N. Bruce Duthu ’80 will succeed French, comparative literature and film studies professor Lynn Higgins as the next Frank J. Guarini Associate Dean of the Faculty for International Studies and Interdisciplinary Programs. He will be the third in the position since its creation a decade ago, starting his tenure on July 1.


College hosts 44th Powwow

This past weekend, Dartmouth hosted its 44th annual Dartmouth Powwow — a social gathering and celebration held by Native American communities.


Link Up hosts annual conference for seventh grade girls

Seventh grade girls from all across the Upper Valley came together at the College yesterday for the annual Sister-to-Sister conference — an event facilitating discussions related to women’s community — hosted by the mentorship organization Link Up. Over 130 students gathered from eight different schools, the highest attendance ever since the conference began in 2000.


Mark Connolly begins campaign for governor

Here’s the story of how Mark Connolly ’79 became a state representative at the age of 21. His neighbor in his hometown of Bedford, New Hampshire ran for Congress in 1974, and Connolly worked as his driver for the campaign.


Science Day exposes high school students to science

Local middle and high school students isolated DNA from strawberries, explored brain cells and made clouds inside cups this past Saturday at the fourth annual Science Day. Approximately 120 local students and close to 80 graduate student volunteers attended the event.


Isen ’18 wins Sinai award

In reference to the Jewish value of engaging different opinions, Cameron Isen ’18 mentioned an old Jewish joke: ask a question to two Jews, you’ll get three opinions. For Isen, the debate was whether as a Torah-observant Jew, he was allowed to study secular subjects. As a double major in economics and classics, Isen said he had been interested in the intersection between secular academia and Jewish theology.


With the Green showing more green than usual, the snow sculpture will not be built for carnival this year.

No snow sculpture this year

A College tradition since 1925, the snow sculpture will not return to the Green for this year’s Winter Carnival, director of the Collis Center, which oversees the Winter Carnival committee, Anna Hall said. The decision was reached right after the winter interim. She added that events such as the dogsled race and polar bear plunge are dependent on next week’s weather.