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College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

College Officially De-Recognizes SAE

On the afternoon of Thursday, February 4, Dartmouth’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity (SAE) was officially derecognized by the College. This marks the second fraternity derecognition at the college… Read more »

Deflating Grades, or Students’ Futures: Probing the Grade Deflation Proposal

Deflating Grades, or Students’ Futures: Probing the Grade Deflation Proposal

On May 11, 2015, the Ad Hoc Committee on Grading Practices and Grade Inflation comprised of six Dartmouth professors released its “Proposal for Addressing Grade Inflation at Dartmouth College”.  The… Read more »

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part II

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part II

Editor’s note: This piece continues Mr. Kotran’s exposition of how the sorority rush system works, which covered Round One and the inter-round period.  Part I may be found in our… Read more »

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part I

The Sorority Rush Guide, Part I

Editor’s Note: This is Part I of a two-part exploration of sorority recruitment at Dartmouth. Part II will include descriptions of Round 2, Pref Night, and additional reflections on the… Read more »

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

Whispers of the Past at the Cemetery

The Rev. John Maltby was born in 1727 in New Haven, Connecticut. After graduating from Yale College in 1747, Maltby became a renowned and well-traveled minister, spending a number of… Read more »

Spring Sports Update

Spring Sports Update

Editor’s Note: Records and statistics are  up to date as of April 24, 2015. Men’s Baseball This season for the men’s baseball team has truly been a tale of two… Read more »

Rounds Roulette

Rounds Roulette

During the last few weeks of last Winter term, rumor spread around campus that a new policy, consistent with other recent Moving Dartmouth Forward (MDF) initiatives, would require undergraduate advisors… Read more »

Berkeley Students Criticize Classical Theory Course

Berkeley Students Criticize Classical Theory Course

Berkeley students are angry that a classical theory course only covers white, male philosophers. In an editorial that makes The Daily Dartmouth look like The Wall Street Journal, Berkeley students Rodrigo… Read more »