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Geisel profs. present on organ donation in talk

Dartmouth Community Medical School Director William Green addressed a packed Kellogg Auditorium at the Geisel School of Medicine on Wednesday night to introduce the third talk in DCMS's six-part spring lecture series.

The College's Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office dropped 24 of the 27 hazing charges against SAE members after obtaining new evidence.

UJAO drops 24 of 27 SAE charges

Nathan Yeo / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The Undergraduate Judicial Affairs Office has dropped 24 of the initial 27 hazing charges against members of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity in the wake of hazing allegations by former SAE member Andrew Lohse '12, according to former SAE president Brendan Mahoney '12.

Thayer app. numbers increase by 35 percent

While application rates for incoming classes at Dartmouth Medical School and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences have been consistent with those of previous years, the Thayer School of Engineering has seen a notable increase in its application pool, which grew by approximately 35 percent for the class entering in Fall 2012. At Thayer, PhD and master's programs received a combined 391 applications, up from 290 in 2011, according to Director of Public Information Catharine Lamm.

Peter Brooks analyzes artists in their old age

Students and faculty crowded into Haldeman 41 Monday afternoon to discuss the works of William Butler Yeats, Paul Cezanne and Sigmund Freud with Yale University comparative literature professor Peter Brooks.

$300 House Project targets Haiti

DENNIS NG / The Dartmouth Staff DENNIS NG / The Dartmouth Staff Facing a packed lecture hall in the Tuck School of Business, international business professor Vijay Govindarajan, the pioneer of the $300 House Project, welcomed the 40 participants of the four-day design workshop, as well as Dartmouth students and members of the public.

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Occupy Stanford members joined more than 1,500 protestors in Occupy Wall Street West's Friday march on the San Francisco financial district, according to The Stanford Daily.

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Digital reforms to the Common Application, used by high school students to submit applications to 456 colleges and universities, will make the process simpler, faster and more intuitive beginning in 2013, The New York Times reported on Thursday.

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Fifteen law schools will face legal charges for misrepresenting their post-graduation employment figures to applicants, Inside Higher Ed reported.