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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 »

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 »

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 »

Hanlon’s Experiential Learning Vision

Hanlon’s Experiential Learning Vision

The state of the liberal arts is near the top of the list of recurring themes in today’s chatter on higher education. It has become increasingly clear that complexity in… Read more »

What Moving Dartmouth Forward Means for Greek Life

What Moving Dartmouth Forward Means for Greek Life

Despite the 8:30 AM start time, which Daily Dartmouth columnist Michael McDavid found unfairly burdensome, hundreds of Greek-affiliated students somehow managed to pack into Moore Theater along with the rest… Read more »

He’s Back: Lohse Weighs in on MDF

He’s Back: Lohse Weighs in on MDF

As we discuss and debate the state of student life in the wake of President Hanlon’s reform proposals, Dartmouth should steel itself in preparation for the return of the most… Read more »

Upon the Fields of Friendly Strife

Upon the Fields of Friendly Strife

Though it is small, Dartmouth College proves a bit too large for the distinct streams of different student groups’ experiences here to ever completely unify. The collection of events and… Read more »

Memorial Field Restoration Project Underway

Memorial Field Restoration Project Underway

The ongoing renovation of Memorial Field began after Dartmouth football’s last home game in mid-November. The interior portion of the west-side grandstand was demolished at the beginning of the project… Read more »

Hanover Police Announce Changes to Underage Drinking Policy

Hanover Police Announce Changes to Underage Drinking Policy

The Hanover Police Department has significantly altered its policy regarding underage students hospitalized for intoxication, according to statements offered by police chief Charlie Dennis in an interview with Dartblog editor… Read more »

Stark Risks and Reasons for Hope in Fraternity Life

Stark Risks and Reasons for Hope in Fraternity Life

The national conversation surrounding sexual assault on college campuses, punctuated over the past months by the plight of the mattress-bearing Columbia student and new policies at Harvard and in California… Read more »