Priya Ramaiah


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C&R 2017

Ramaiah: self™

This column is featured in the 2017 Commencement & Reunions Issue. On a grim morning at Starbucks, I became suddenly and profoundly conscious that I may never again be surrounded by as many talented people I am here at Dartmouth.


President Barack Obama spoke to a crowd of nearly 8,000 people at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire this afternoon.

Obama campaigns for Hillary Clinton at UNH

On the eve of Election Day, President Barack Obama freely shared his views at a Get Out the Vote rally for Hillary Clinton, criticizing Republican nominee Donald Trump and emphasizing the need for Democratic votes up and down the ticket.



Ray Lu '18 works on a computer at The D's office.

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Aprahamian wins Cram Lehn Pedersen prize

As an undergraduate, chemistry professor Ivan Aprahamian stumbled upon the field of supramolecular chemistry while searching for a senior project topic. Last week, years after this discovery, Aprahamian was awarded the Cram Lehn Pedersen prize in the same field.


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SAE derecognized by the College

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has been suspended by its national organization for a minimum of five years for violations of health and safety regulations as well as a failure to comply with the national organization’s standards, according to a statement released by SAE national executive director of communications Brandon Weghorst. Members of the chapter at the College have also been suspended indefinitely from SAE national.


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SAE suspended by national, derecognized by College

Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has been suspended by its national organization for no less than five years for violations of health and safety regulations as well as a failure to comply with the national organization’s standards, according to a statement released by SAE national executive director of communications Brandon Weghorst.


Caitlin Barthelmes works with students to deal with mental health issues.

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Barthelmes a key resource for creative mental health care

Caitlin Barthelmes’ office space — tucked away on the third floor of Robinson Hall in the Student Wellness Center — can appear a little mysterious to the casual observer. Equipped with a massage chair, free health-related goodies and bowls of candy, Barthelmes and the staff at the Student Wellness Center are working to empower students through holistic and preventative wellness processes.


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Editor's Note

Coming from sunny Arizona to frigid cold of New Hampshire was more than a little intimidating as I prepared for my first term at Dartmouth. I’m a proud NARP (check out ‘A Blitz by Any Other Name’ in this issue for a translation), and I didn’t know what a Thermarest was until I read it on my freshmen trip packing list.


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Top-level administrators directly affect student experience

Senior administrators at the College are in charge of the major decisions and initiatives that are responsible for shaping students’ experiences at Dartmouth. Due to recent levels of administrative turnover, keeping track of the various administrators can be difficult. These six administrators will directly impact on your time at the College.


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