Election Day is underway in Hanover, and students and town residents went to Hanover High School to cast their ballots.
The case against African and African American studies and English professor J. Martin Favor will move to a grand jury, after Favor waived his right to a probable cause hearing on Monday. Favor was arrested on Sept. 4 for allegedly having videos of child pornography in his possession.
Nearly 20,500 students have applied for acceptance to the Class of 2019, representing a more than six percent increase in applications over last year, according to Dartmouth Now.
Miriam Kilimo ’14, Ridwan Hassen ’15 and Colin Walmsley ’15 have been named Rhodes Scholars and will follow Jonathan Pedde ’14 and Joseph Singh ’14, who won Rhodes Scholarships last year, to Oxford University. The three bring Dartmouth’s total Rhodes Scholars count to 78.
Colin Walmsley '15, of Fort Macleod, Canada, was named Dartmouth's 78th Rhodes Scholar.
Kelsie Gleason, a second-year student at the Geisel School of Medicine, died Saturday on campus.
Ridwan Hassen ’15 has been named the College’s 77th Rhodes Scholar. Hassen, of Marietta, Georgia, studies computer science and neuroscience at Dartmouth.