Volume XXIII, Issue 5
Still too much arsenic
Arsenic could be toxic at much lower levels than previously thought, suggesting that the new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drinking-water standard might still be too high, according to a team of researchers at Dartmouth Medical School.
Jeffrey Horrell appointed Librarian
Jeffrey L. Horrell, Associate Librarian of Harvard College for Collections, has been named Dean of Libraries and Librarian of the College at Dartmouth.
United Way campaign begins
Dartmouth's campuswide Upper Valley United Way (UVUW) fundraising campaign will kick off during the week of Monday, Oct. 11, with division-specific programming for each area of the College.
Travia promotes 'healthy decisions'
Ryan Travia is plugged in to student life at Dartmouth. As the coordinator of alcohol and drug education programs, he knows about some of the extracurricular choices students make.
Recognition for the Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
The 2005 open-enrollment period for employee benefits starts Monday, Oct. 18, and goes through Friday, Nov. 5.
Stress control workshop
On Mondays, Oct. 18, 25, and Nov. 1, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Robert Ferguson, Assistant Professor of Psychology, will present Stress Control, a lecture and discussion about anxiety and stress management.
Library offers new digital features
Dartmouth's digital library has added two new services to streamline research and eight new databases for the fall term, as well as new pages to help new researchers navigate its website.
PBS turns an independent lens on Dr. Seuss
Theodor Geisel '25 is the subject of a new, multipart documentary The Political Dr. Seuss, which will appear on PBS as part of the "Independent Lens" film series on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
Nine works by cubist artists on view at Hood Museum
Nine cubist works selected from the Hood Museum of Art's permanent collection have been installed in the Albright Gallery and will be on view through the end of January.
Last Updated: 12/17/08