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Dartmouth No Longer Need-Blind for Internationals

Dartmouth No Longer Need-Blind for Internationals

“Building on our more than three-fold increase in financial aid since 1998,” commented Dartmouth President James Wright in a January 22, 2008 press release, “I am pleased that we could… Read more »

Dartmouth’s “U.S. News” Ranking Drops

Dartmouth’s “U.S. News” Ranking Drops

In a not-unexpected turn of events, Dartmouth’s U.S. News ranking has taken a nosedive from #11 in 2015 to #12 (tied with Northwestern) in the 2016 edition — the worst… Read more »

Students Push for Proper Kosher Dining

Students Push for Proper Kosher Dining

An online petition being circulated on social media by the Dartmouth community has called for Dartmouth Dining Services (DDS) to provide kosher dining options that adhere to Orthodox Jewish dietary… Read more »

Dean Ameer Clamps Down on AD Living Situation

Dean Ameer Clamps Down on AD Living Situation

In a campus wide blitz today on the 18th of June, Dean Inge-Lise Ameer affirmed that Dartmouth students either enrolled in classes or not “may not live in a Greek… Read more »

Michael Taylor Hired by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Michael Taylor Hired by Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Beginning August 10, Michael R. Taylor, the former director of the Hood Museum of Art, will assume the position of Chief Curator and Deputy Director of Art at the Virginia… Read more »

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

Tri-Delt Goes Local – We Should Help

On January 19, 2015, The New York Times published an article titled “Sorority Anti-Rape Idea: Drinking on Own Turf.” The article expounded on the structure of college sororities and the… Read more »

Dartmouth Schedules Saturday Classes During 15F

Dartmouth Schedules Saturday Classes During 15F

Classes scheduled for this upcoming 2015 fall term will all have a Saturday class meeting. The schedule change comes as a result of the start date of fall term classes… Read more »

WSJ’s Jason Riley Talks Black Poverty at Tuck

WSJ’s Jason Riley Talks Black Poverty at Tuck

Social affairs commentator Jason Riley, a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board, visited Hanover on Wednesday, April 29 to address a crowd of students at the Tuck School… Read more »

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

Dartmouth Students Protest for Baltimore

On Friday May 1, approximately 100 Dartmouth students marched in solidarity with the Baltimore riots. The protesters walked from Moore Hall, down Main Street Hanover, to Our Savior Lutheran Church,… Read more »

Justin Anderson Made New VP for Commmunications

Justin Anderson Made New VP for Commmunications

On Wednesday, March 29, President Phil Hanlon named Mr. Justin Anderson as Dartmouth’s Vice President for Communications. Mr. Anderson previously served as the interim Vice President for Communications after his… Read more »