Sasha Dudding



Embracing the Unexpected

During our time here, we watch as the strangers we are thrown together with in this remote place become our closest friends — and sometimes, as they become strangers again.

Viertel discusses food and justice

Nushy Golriz / The Dartmouth Staff After spending four years fighting for policy change as president of Slow Food USA, Josh Viertel is now farming his own food and slowly regaining the calluses he lost in Washington, D.C.

SPCSA, administrators talk next steps

One week after the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault released its second annual set of recommendations, the group called a town hall meeting to discuss the next steps in combatting sexual assault on campus.

With over 70 percent of alumni donating for the third consecutive year, Tuck has the nation's highest participation rate.

Tuck sets third alumni giving record in five years

Cirrus Foroughi / The Dartmouth Staff With an alumni giving rate that soars above those at peer institutions, the Tuck School of Business had a record-setting year, breaking the $6 million mark and reaching 70.5 percent participation.

Yamamura watched as 65,000 protestors marched below his window in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Protests abroad impact students

Courtesy of Lucas Yamamura When Lucas Yamamura '14 felt the walls of his office in Sao Paulo, Brazil vibrate, he quickly made an excuse to run to the nearest window.


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