Victoria Boggiano


DMS prof. debates death definition

The medical community must decide whether a patient needs to be brain dead before doctors can remove his heart and other organs, James Bernat, professor of medicine at Dartmouth Medical School, said in his Aug.

Alcohol policy to be replaced winter 2009

A new alcohol policy that will give organizations more discretion when holding social events with alcohol is scheduled to replace the Social Event Management Procedures in winter 2009, according to documents obtained by The Dartmouth on Wednesday.


COUNTERPOINT: D-Plan Dating Dilemma?

To break up or not to break up. This pivotal question haunts many a Dartmouth couple as one or the other (or both) will travel to London on a History FSP this Fall or spend the Winter in New York slaving for Morgan Stanley.

Daily Debriefing

Jill Mortali, current director of Sponsored Programs at Harvard Medical School, has been named as the new director of Dartmouth's Office of Sponsored Projects, which helps to manage grants and assist in the grant proposal process, according to a press released by the College on Tuesday.

HPV vaccine safe to use, prof. says

Despite growing concerns about the side effects of Gardasil -- a new vaccine manufactured by Merck and Co. that targets the human papillomavirus, a sexually transmitted disease -- Dartmouth Medical School professor Diane Harper recommends women take the drug as one of a number of preventative measures against HPV, which has been shown to cause cervical cancer.

Former MTV News correspondent Gideon Yago addresses a packed room.

Yago lectures on AIDS awareness

Maggie Goldstein / The Dartmouth Staff A seven-year-old girl who was HIV-positive made faces into the camera during a 2006 documentary titled "Diary of Bill Clinton and Gideon Yago in Africa," which aired repeatedly on MTV News.

The interior of 26 East Wheelock Street will be completely renovated to accomadate either members of Alpha Xi Delta or Alpha Phi sorority.

ORL acquires houses for sororities

Tilman Dette / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Two College-owned houses will be renovated this year for future use by Alpha Xi Delta and Alpha Phi sororities.