Jenn Buck


D reporter finds Iraq still troubled

Editor's Note: Dartmouth staff reporter Jenn Buck is stationed in Iraqi Kurdistan, helping students at Salahaddin University in Irbil establish an independent campus newspaper.

DHMC hosts forum on drug trials, lab research

Policymakers and leaders in the pharmaceutical industry came to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Friday for a panel discussion that highlighted the link between laboratory drug research and patient trials. National Institutes for Health Director Dr. Elias Zerhouni, joined Sen.

College grapples with meaning of 'bias'

As Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" continues to stir up debate in the national media, Dartmouth has been dealt its own taste of controversial religiosity on campus. An alumnus from the Class of 1985 was recently apprehended by Safety and Security while putting up posters directing readers to the website "" Upon further investigation, officers found the website to contain incendiary messages about Jesus Christ, abortion, homosexuality and obscure Biblical references. Following protocol, Safety and Security informed Associate Dean of Student Life for Pluralism and Leadership Tommy Lee Woon, whose job is to assess whether the affair could be called a "bias incident." Just what a bias incident is, however, and how the College responds to one, remain somewhat unclear.