Marina Shkuratov


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KAF plans to keep largely the same food and beverage offerings.

Following negotiations, KAF to stay

Students used to a daily fix of brie and apple sandwiches, handmade marshmallows and skim milk mochas won’t have to adjust their eating habits after all, as King Arthur Flour’s Baker-Berry Library cafe will remain open in 2015.


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Not Your Average Toga Party

Dartmouth may be renowned for its academic prowess, but that doesn’t mean its students don’t like to let loose every now and again. While there’s generally some sort of social scene that can be found on any night of the week, a few well-known events on campus have become Dartmouth traditions.


Hanover Yama closes, ownership swaps

After five years in Hanover, Yama Restaurant II will gain a new owner, a new name and perhaps a new Japanese-Korean menu by June, manager Yong Jeon said.


College to announce MOOCs this month

The College will announce its first four massive open online courses, hosted in partnership with the edX online learning platform, later this month. Though the College originally hoped to launch its first MOOC this fall, followed by three additional courses during the 2014-15 academic year, director of digital learning initiatives Josh Kim said the College now plans to release its first course early in 2015.



Three seniors finish yearlong independent study program

This year’s senior fellows, Rena Sapon-White ’14, Aaron Colston ’14 and Miriam Kilimo ’14, are currently finishing their projects and preparing to present them publicly on May 6. Instead of taking classes, these students have spent the past year conducting in-depth research in destinations from Poland to Kenya.



Gilbert trial prompts campus discussion

Though the extent of its impact cannot be concretely measured, the acquittal of Parker Gilbert ’16 will likely further campus discussion of sexual assault, said College administrators and members of organizations that seek to address sexual violence. The trial and verdict, they said, may also discourage future victims from reporting and perpetuate false conceptions of assault.


Gilbert '16 trial: Judge dismisses two charges

Judge Peter Bornstein ruled to dismiss two of the prosecution’s eight charges against Parker Gilbert ’16 – the charge of oral penetration, as well as one of two charges of anal penetration – before trial proceedings began Tuesday.



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