Students and professors spoke about the impact of the war on their families, homes and themselves.
Members of Al-Nur express dissatisfaction with the amount of institutional support they have received from College administration regarding the vandalism.
Economic issues caused the Casque & Gauntlet Trust to sell its property to the College. Proceeds from the sale have been donated to the College to go toward the Dartmouth Dialogues initiative.
Hanover presidential primaries in 2020 and 2024 show decreased support for Trump, uncertainty about BidenBy Kelsey Wang | February 9, 2024
Voting patterns in Hanover are unique in the state due to the high percentage of college-educated voters.
The decision was made based on the findings of a Dartmouth-based research group, which showed that test scores provide the admissions committee with important information about applicants.
In the coming months, over half of the current fleet will be replaced with the Tesla Model Y in an effort to reduce the department’s environmental impact.
Independent voters in New Hampshire, who are able to vote in the Democrat and Republican primaries, were split between President Joe Biden and former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley.
The Path to the Presidency series invites candidates to campus to speak to students and community members about their policy goals.
Concord Coalition Executive Director Robert Bixby and Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff Mike Murphy discuss the national debt.
Roan V. Wade ’25 and Kevin Engel ’27, who argue that they have a right to protest, plan to fight the charges in court.