Sexual assaults reported to the College and student arrests for liquor and drug violations declined between the 2010 and 2011 calendar years, according to a report released by Safety and Security on Monday in accordance with the Clery Act.
Nushy Golriz / The Dartmouth Dean of the College Charlotte Johnson defended the College's new harm reduction policies such as random Safety and Security walk-throughs and increased penalties for hazing violations at an open forum in Collis Common Ground last night.
Nathan Yeo / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Following Commencement, the College will begin renovating the basement of the Class of 1953 Commons, which will be completed by September, according to Director of Dartmouth Dining Services David Newlove.
Rebecca Xu / The Dartmouth Staff If selected to lead the World Bank, College President Jim Yong Kim will have had the second-shortest presidential tenure in Dartmouth's history.
Samantha Oh / The Dartmouth Staff Administrators failed to adequately respond to November 2010 allegations of "dehumanizing" hazing at a campus fraternity, Andrew Lohse '12, the student who made the allegations, said in a statement to The Dartmouth.
Despite severe weather warnings, Hurricane Irene did not cause any major damage to campus, College Proctor and Director of Safety and Security Harry Kinne said in an interview with The Dartmouth. "The damage was mostly related to water leaks," he said.
Reduced staff on duty, shorter appointment hours and the closure of the all-night infirmary are some of the adjustments Dick's House has made for a reduced student body during Summer terms, according to Director of Health Services Jack Turco.
Five Dartmouth rugby players lock Nate Brakeley '12, wing Chris Downer '11, wing Victor Galson '11, wing Clark Judge '12 and center Will Lehmann '12 were named to the USA Rugby Men's National College Academic Honor Roll, released on July 1.