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A recent study released by the University of Colorado at Boulder found that the "gender gap" between male and female physics students indicated by higher rates of participation and success in introductory physics courses among male students can be reduced by a short writing exercise that focuses on "affirming" female students' values, Inside Higher Ed reported.


Prof. studies relationships, stress

Scholars have recently begun to investigate a "new convergence" in the way intimate relationships affect the mental health of young men and women, according to Wake Forest sociology professor and researcher Robin Simon.


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‘Wicked' author explains methods

Sophie Novack / The Dartmouth Staff Sophie Novack / The Dartmouth Staff Gregory Maguire never quite knows where he is. During a lecture in Alumni Hall on Sunday, Maguire the bestselling author of "Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West" said his work has made him feel like he has been living in Oz for the past four months. "I'm going crazy," Maguire said.


Peer funds address liquidity issues

While the 2009 financial crisis prompted Ivy league institutions to restructure budgets and make serious cutbacks, Ivy League endowments for the 2010 fiscal year which ended June 30 demonstrate strong investment returns and an increase in value.


Sexual assault programs see shift

In a break from previous years, members of the Class of 2014 will learn about sexual assault and preventions from two actors in an interactive, improvisational comedy.



Praise, concern greet DCHCDS

While students and faculty voiced general support for the College's new health care education and research initiatives, some staff members expressed concerns that the new program would divert attention and funds from efforts to assist staff members with health benefits.


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Alpha Phi Alpha, others perform at 19th step show

In what has become an integral part of every Green Key weekend over the past two decades, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will host its 19th annual Green Key Step Show in Leede Arena on Saturday, according to Alpha Phi Alpha vice president John Albert '11.


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Talk spotlights African business future

Kevin Xiao / The Dartmouth Staff Kevin Xiao / The Dartmouth Staff Enase Okonedo, dean of the Lagos Business School in Nigeria, said the development of leadership training initiatives is crucial for Africa's next generation of business leaders in a lecture at the Tuck School of Business on Tuesday.


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Haitian students study at College

Doug Gonzalez / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Doug Gonzalez / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Doug Gonzalez / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Doug Gonzalez / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The day before Daphnee Charles was scheduled to take an exam at her university in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, the university building collapsed in the devastating earthquake that struck the city on Jan.