Marina Agapakis


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Admins. address Greek concerns

Good Samaritan calls, social probation, derecognized houses and the notion that "nobody rages anymore" were a few of the topics discussed Monday evening at the Coed, Fraternity and Sorority Administration panel discussion titled "It's all Greek to Me: Deciphering the Relationship Between Greeks and the Administration." The panel, hosted at Alpha Chi Alpha fraternity, included Director of CFS Administration Deb Carney, Associate Director of Safety and Security Keiselim Montas, Safety and Security Officer Gregory Timmins, Assistant Director of Judicial Affairs Ceceilia Pearson and Associate Director of the Collis Center and Student Activities Eric Ramsey.


Friday's graduation featured slideshows, presentations, student research projects and remarks from a number of SEAD students and staff members.

SEAD graduates 29 high schoolers

Kawakahi Amina / The Dartmouth Staff Entering to the cheers and applause of their mentors, academic coaches and other staff members, 29 student participants in Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth closed out their three-week stay at the College as part of Friday's graduation ceremony.


Friday's graduation featured slideshows, presentations, student research projects and remarks from a number of SEAD students and staff members.

SEAD graduates 29 high schoolers

Kawakahi Amina / The Dartmouth Staff Entering to the cheers and applause of their mentors, academic coaches and other staff members, 29 student participants in Summer Enrichment at Dartmouth closed out their three-week stay at the College as part of Friday's graduation ceremony.


Representatives from Sustainable Dartmouth and other environmental organizations meet to discuss aspirations for the summer.

Environmental groups hold Eco-Summit

Nat Smith / The Dartmouth Staff Bringing together members of Dartmouth's environmental groups and other interested students, the Environmental Summit kicked off a number of summer initiatives on Thursday evening, helping the attending organizations garner volunteer support.


Lauren Farleigh '09 begins a tour for prospective students who can now participate in discussion groups as an additional way to learn about Dartmouth.

Prospective student forums go live

Asafu Suzuki / The Dartmouth Staff In an effort to broaden the on-campus programs offered to prospective students, the Admissions Office recently began holding daily student forums.


Rob Portman '78 resigned from his post as White House budget director after only 14 months, citing personal reasons.

Portman '78 resigns from govt. post

Courtesy of The Inquirer Only 14 months after his appointment as White House budget director, Rob Portman '78 resigned from his post on June 19.


Rob Portman '78 resigned from his post as White House budget director after only 14 months, citing personal reasons.

Portman '78 resigns from govt. post

Courtesy of The Inquirer Only 14 months after his appointment as White House budget director, Rob Portman '78 resigned from his post on June 19.


Demonstrator arrested at Co-op

The Hanover Co-op Food Store was recently the site of an impromptu demonstration, protesting the arrest of Dartmouth French professor Vivian Kogan, who was charged with shoplifting last February.



Applications for Class of 2011 rise by 2 percent

Applications for admission to the Class of 2011 increased by approximately two percent over last year, marking the fourth consecutive year Dartmouth has seen an upward trend and the first time the majority of applicants are women. "Compared to four years ago, applications are up by 21 percent," Dean of Admissions Karl Furstenberg said of the 14,159 total applicants this year.


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