O’Malley, touting his progressive record, touched upon his views on a wide array of issues — including increasing discipline on Wall Street, gay marriage, immigration reform and his experience as governor and as Baltimore mayor — during his 30-minute speech and question-and-answer session.
Four students shared their experiences with intersectionality at the first of a four panel series hosted by V-February on Sunday afternoon. An annual campaign sponsored by the Center for Gender and Student engagement, V-February is aimed at promoting gender equality and ending violence against women through performance and discussion.
Hanover Police will not respond to calls unless directly asked for assistance when intoxicated students are transferred from Dick’s House to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center via ambulance and is eliminating its in-house diversions program, as of Jan. 1.
College President Phil Hanlon, Provost Carolyn Dever and student body president Casey Dennis ’15 stressed the importance of diversity at convocation on Monday.
A new meeting structure, faculty participation and “state of the student body” videos mark changes to Student Assembly this year.
Applications for the Humanities 1-2 class sequence, a program offered to incoming freshmen to fulfill the writing and first-year seminar requirement, soared this year among members of the Class of 2018. The program received 135 applications for 48 spots, while applicant pools have been closer to 75 students in past years, program administrator Wadeane Kunz wrote in an email.
As Dartmouth student groups and Hanover town officials begin voter registration drives for November’s midterm election, government professors and the Hanover town clerk expressed concerns that confusion around voter ID requirements — which proponents say prevent voter fraud — may leave students and other community members wondering what documents they need to vote.
A series of renovations along East Wheelock street will bring new windows to the Hopkins Center, new sidewalks and a new bus shelter by early fall, vice president of campus planning and facilities Lisa Hogarty said.
For the second year in a row, undergraduate applicants will be asked to write one supplemental essay to accompany their Common Application.