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Monthly Archives: April 2015

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

University of Michigan Football Coach Helps Resolve “American Sniper” Controversy

The ongoing conflict between students’ freedom of expression and their perceived right not to be offended made its presence felt at the University of Michigan this week, as a planned… Read more »

Hanlon “Derecognizes” Younger Self

Hanlon “Derecognizes” Younger Self

For the first time since 1799, Dartmouth President Philip Hanlon ’77 did not recognize an image of himself as a young man. “Jeez, get a load of this kid,” said… Read more »

Interim Dean Ameer Will Serve in New Provost’s Office Post

Interim Dean Ameer Will Serve in New Provost’s Office Post

  Provost Carolyn Dever blitzed the undergraduate student body on the morning of April 14 to announce that the administration will begin its search for the next permanent Dean of… Read more »

Alpha Delta Fraternity Derecognized

Alpha Delta Fraternity Derecognized

In a statement released today afternoon by a College spokesperson, Dartmouth’s Alpha Delta Fraternity has officially been derecognized by Dartmouth’s Organizational Adjudication Committee. Today’s announcement comes after a series of… Read more »

New York Times Op-Ed Blasts Colleges’ Administrative Spending Increases

New York Times Op-Ed Blasts Colleges’ Administrative Spending Increases

New York Times contributing columnist Paul F. Campos made a splash on April 4 when the paper published his op-ed attributing ballooning higher education costs to widespread administrative bloat. Campos,… Read more »

Weekly UGA Rounds Postponed

Weekly UGA Rounds Postponed

After a recent petition signed by over 50 UGAs the implementation of mandatory UGA rounds on “likely drinking nights” has been postponed until the Fall term. The walkthroughs are expected… Read more »

Rolling Stone Retracts Controversial Article

Rolling Stone Retracts Controversial Article

Rolling Stone‘s controversial “A Rape on Campus,” which took the nation by storm last December, was finally retracted on April 5 due to “a failure of journalism.” The article, which… Read more »

Return to Normalcy and Ramped-Up Diversity in Class of 2019 Admissions Numbers

Return to Normalcy and Ramped-Up Diversity in Class of 2019 Admissions Numbers

On March 31, Dartmouth’s Department of Admissions announced that it had offered spots in the Class of 2019 to 2,120 applicants. These admitted students were selected from a pool of… Read more »