Shena Han ’25 unpacks the myth of the “Dartmouth difference” through a fresh set of eyes.
The College’s announcement last week came after two separate cataloging re-inventories.
David McKenna ’89, Shonda Rhimes ’91 and Todd Sisitsky ’93 are set to begin their four-year terms on July 1.
The talk, “Russian Censorship in Ukraine: The Dark Side of Translation,” focused on Russian political censorship of literature translated into Ukrainian throughout history.
The “status quo-affirming election” reflects the weight of independent voters in the state, who may have been turned off by “too extreme” Republican candidates.
Students and alumni will be able to take part in a number of College traditions this weekend, beginning with the annual bonfire.
Ellison, a traveling physician and retired Army surgeon, died in Hanover on Aug. 18 at the age of 57.
Focused around the theme of ‘Constellations,’ students arranged social, cultural and academic events throughout May.
Professor Sonali Chakravarti discussed the increasing importance of race in the legal system and the changing definition of jury impartiality.