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I feel nauseous. There is a pit in the bottom of my stomach where my dread and anxiety and nerves have been living for a month.


Wagner selected as VP of finance for College

Michael Wagner, chief financial officer of Dartmouth Medical School, has been appointed to serve as the College's vice president of finance, effective September 2010, according to a College press release. The position of executive vice president for finance and administration was previously held by Adam Keller.


Wagner appointed vice president of finance

Michael Wagner, chief financial officer of Dartmouth Medical School, has been appointed to serve as the College's vice president of finance, effective September 2010, according to a College press release. The position of executive vice president for finance and administration was previously held by Adam Keller.


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Prof. teaches writing techniques

SUJIN LIM / The Dartmouth Staff SUJIN LIM / The Dartmouth Staff Editors Note: This is the second installment in a series profiling visiting professors at the College. As an undergraduate at Wesleyan University, Montgomery Fellow and visiting English professor Alex Kotlowitz "made the mistake" of taking organic chemistry.



Clemens to serve as acting GLOS director

Former Associate Director of Residential Education Kristi Clemens has taken over as acting director of Greek Letter Organizations and Societies, filling the vacancy created by the retirement of former GLOS Director Deborah Carney in June, Associate Dean of the College for Campus Life April Thompson announced in an e-mail to Greek presidents Monday. As acting director of GLOS, Clemens will work with students to improve the relationships between Greek organizations and the Town of Hanover, advocate for physical plants for new sororities and expand local alumni's involvement in Dartmouth's Greek houses, Acting Dean of the College Sylvia Spears said in an interview with The Dartmouth. "I think [Clemens] has a very student-centered approach to her work, and I think it will be really important for her to find out what their needs are what their hopes are rather than to drive an agenda," Spears said. Clemens who came to the College last summer from New York University said she knows that the College's Greek system comprises "a huge part of the Dartmouth experience." She said she met with campus Greek leaders last week including representatives from the Greek Leadership Council, Panhellenic Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, Co-Ed Council and minority Greek houses and that her initial focus as acting director will be to continue conversations with students about their goals for the Greek system. "The College's Greek system is student-initiated and student-led in a way that organizations are not on other campuses," Clemens said.


Hood Museum of Art receives $1.25 million

The Hood Museum of Art received a $1.25 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the further incorporation of the Hood's resources into the College's curriculum, according to Kathy Hart, associate director of the Hood and curator of academic programming.


DHMC to employ Mt. Ascutney CEO

Dartmouth-Hitchock Medical Center and Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center announced a joint agreement last week in which DHMC will become the employer of MAHHC's new chief executive officer and DHMC's co-president will become a voting member of MAHHC's Board of Trustees, according to a March 17 press release. The hospitals' administrators believe that the new arrangement will help strengthen the hospitals' relationship and improve health care for patients in the Upper Valley, DHMC's vice president of regional development Deanna Howard and MAHHC's Director of Marketing and Development Carolyn Shapiro-Wall said in interviews with The Dartmouth. "We think it creates a tighter relationship," Howard said.


With recovery, outlets warm to Geithner '83

After spending almost two years questioning, criticizing and even bashing U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner '83 for his controversial handling of the country's economy, many national media outlets are recently having a change of heart. On Monday, The New Yorker and The Atlantic both published features on Geithner casting him and his financial tactics in a largely positive light. "From his time as a mid-ranking Treasury Department official, during the nineties, to his presidency of the [New York Federal Reserve Bank], from 2003 to 2008, he worked on resolving a series of financial crises around the world," John Cassidy wrote in The New Yorker.


College to cut Public bandwidth 50 percent

Computing Services will reduce the bandwidth of the Dartmouth Public wireless network by 50 percent on March 9 as the first step in the department's response to the College budget cuts instated in February 2009, according to Technical Services Director David Bucciero.


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