Kyle Mullins

Kyle Mullins ’22 comes to Hanover from sunny St. Petersburg, FL. In high school, he was Editor-in-Chief of The Chronicle high school newspaper, Honor Council president, a leading member of the Model UN team and a varsity track athlete. At Dartmouth, Kyle continues to pursue his passions for journalism and politics as a news reporter for The Dartmouth, a member of DartMUN, a public programming assistant for the Rockefeller Center, and a participant in the Great Issues Scholars program. He plans to study some currently undeclared combination of economics, history, government and public policy, and hopes to pursue journalism or politics after graduation. In the rare moments where he decides to relax, Kyle enjoys climbing at the Dartmouth climbing gym, listening to podcasts, reading far too much news and playing "Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild." 


The Trips program saw a number of changes this fall.


Trips program enacted changes to training, programming at Lodge

The Class of 2023 this year chowed down on vegetarian lasagna, lugged blocks of Cabot cheese into the wilderness and struggled to sort out which of their trip leaders’ comments were helpful advice or pranks — much like previous classes of new Dartmouth students. However, there were a number of changes to the First-Year Trips program this year that impacted croolings, trip leaders and trippees alike. 

Hu-PBS Timeline


Sexual misconduct lawsuit against Dartmouth: a timeline of events

Just weeks after the New York Times first reported allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse by Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein, sparking the worldwide #MeToo movement, the Dartmouth community first learned of allegations against three professors in the psychological and brain sciences department.

Many students who are Good Sammed are treated at Dick's House.


Good Sam policy seeks to balance safety with discipline

Two students stumble down Main Street one night in the fall of 2018. At the bright lights of the Irving Oil gas station, one collapses, having had too much to drink. Their companion, concerned for their now-unconscious friend’s safety, makes a Good Samaritan call to Safety and Security and carries them to the road in front of Collis.

Cain spoke to a small audience yesterday about his thoughts on the difference between capitalism and socialism.


Herman Cain speaks to small crowd on capitalism, socialism

Herman Cain, a businessman, former chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and candidate for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination, gave a sparsely-attended talk about economics on Thursday evening to roughly 25 students and community members. 



Corporate recruiting beginning significantly earlier for some firms

Efforts by major companies to recruit Dartmouth students for junior summer internships earlier than in previous years — officially as early as the spring of sophomore year — have been met with pushback from the Center for Professional Development including occasionally barring companies from campus events, according to CPD director Roger Woolsey and senior associate director Monica Wilson.