Volume XXIII, Issue 7
At Dartmouth, people may know Eve Russell '05 as a varsity soccer player, a talented musician, a psychological and brain sciences major, a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and a generally bright and enthusiastic campus presence. They may not recognize her, though, as a NASA scientist.
Better decisions, better care
DHMC model to be used in New Hampshire hospitals
Budget details available
Following last year's updates on the state of Dartmouth's budget, Provost Barry Scherr and Executive Vice President for Finance and Administration Adam Keller announced recently that the College ended fiscal year 2004 with a slight surplus.
Experts confront HIV/AIDS pandemic
Great Issues symposium tackles global health issues
Dick's House offers flu prevention tips
The Dartmouth College Health Service is promoting healthy habits this fall and winter to prevent the flu in the wake of a national shortage of flu vaccine.
The Dean of the College Office and the Dean of Student Life Office are renting two labyrinths for undergraduate and employee use in Collis Common Ground from Monday, Nov. 29, to Wednesday, Dec. 1.
New Montgomery Fellows announced
The Montgomery Endowment will bring three pioneering artistic and cultural figures to campus for the winter, spring and summer terms. Author Terry Tempest Williams, playwright Wendy Wasserstein and composer Bobby McFerrin will speak, perform and meet with students and faculty members.
'An exceptionally accomplished group'
On Nov. 2 in the Treasure Room of Baker Library, the Dartmouth Phi Beta Kappa chapter - officially the Alpha of the New Hampshire Chapter at Dartmouth College - elected and initiated its first 20 members from the Class of 2005.
Bush's second term
Vox asked two Dartmouth experts to comment on what lies ahead for President Bush's second term. Andrew Samwick assesses the domestic challenges. Kenneth Yalowitz gives his views on international relations.
Red Corn is first Tribal Fellows scholar
Since arriving in Hanover from Oklahoma last September, novelist Charles Red Corn has learned the names of the entire Red Sox lineup, logged hours in the Native American Studies Research Library in Sherman House, and fallen in love with the Connecticut River.
Last Updated: 12/17/08