Joe Regan


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Free Food GroupMe reaches 1,000

The food options at Dartmouth College are many, but what happens to the leftovers? The “FREE FOOD @NOW” GroupMe’s 1,062 members stand as an answer to that question.


Relay raises $23,514.50 for cancer research

This Saturday’s Relay for Life raised $23,514.50 for cancer research from 47 teams and 364 participants. The event ran from 6 p.m. Saturday night to 6 a.m. Sunday morning in Leverone Field House and saw an increase of 50 participants compared to last year.




Dartmouth alumni seek national, state political offices

New Hampshire’s status as a swing state and key primary state during election season allows students at the College a view into political activities beyond the undergraduate experience. Many students choose to get involved in politics both on campus and as alumni. Most recently, Colin van Ostern Tu’09 and Mark Connolly ’79 threw their hats into the governor’s race in New Hampshire, while four current United States senators and three current state governors hail from the College on the Hill.


The DEN forum took place all day on Friday.

DEN hosts Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum

In a sold-out Alumni Hall, the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network Innovation Center hosted the Dartmouth Entrepreneurs Forum last Friday, a bi-annual conference and startup competition that takes place at Dartmouth in the spring and San Francisco in the fall. This year’s attendance had to be capped at 380 people, in what Jamie Coughlin, director of the DEN, called “a tremendous response” in comparison with last year’s attendance of 312. At the event, there were 32 speakers and two keynotes, as well as 50 contestants in the competition.


College sees high veteran enrollment

Ten veterans will join the College’s Class of 2020 through a partnership with the Posse Foundation’s Veterans Program. The “posse” of seven male and three female veterans will be funded and supported throughout their four years of college. Dartmouth is one of three schools to participate in the program.


Hanover incentivizes ridesharing through parking

The town of Hanover recently started a pilot program with Upper Valley Rideshare in which commuters can coordinate carpools. Upper Valley Rideshare’s online platform will help users form rideshare groups, which are charged a reduced fee for parking in the Marshall Lot at 41 South Main Street.