Around 30 students discussed faculty diversity and sensitivity, class offerings and racial stereotypes at a Pan-Asian community discussion about the “Freedom Budget” Monday evening. With meetings between “Freedom Budget” contributors and administrators slated to begin this week, concerned students in the Pan-Asian community are working to consolidate their recommendations, event co-organizer Moulshri Mohan ’15 said.
New Hampshire is second only to Vermont as the least religious state in the country, according to an annual Gallup poll released Monday. Yet students who participate in campus religious organizations said that while they believe there is a stigma attached to being religious at Dartmouth, most students are accepting.
After a lengthy and heated debate, the House voted 170 to 162 for initial approval of the bill, though it still faces serious hurtles before becoming law.
A series of anti-violence workshops on college campuses, led by Lea Roth ’13 and Nastassja Schmiedt, a former member of the Class of 2015, will address student activism and systems of oppression.
Dartmouth has historically boasted high percentages of students studying abroad, but recent data indicates those numbers may be slipping, which some attribute to concerns about cost, program flexibility and lack of diverse offerings. While 54 percent of the Class of 2009 embarked on a College off-campus ...
Heather Szilagyi / The Dartmouth Staff The artists in residence working on "Bacha Bazi (Boy Play)" with the New York Theatre Workshop may be a fun-loving group who let loose at Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity's foam party Friday night, but they are also doing serious work during their three-week stay at Dartmouth.
The question of what to do on a leave term plagues every Dartmouth student, months before they leave the comfort of a three-class term and routine homework schedule for 10 weeks in the real world.