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May 1, 2006 Issue

Volume XXIV • Issue 16

Opening Exercises
The new Fitness Center opened April 19, bringing a dramatic change to the College's recreational fitness facilities.

Breaking Down Barriers to Care
Researchers find that the telephone could be a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer.

McKinsey Assessment
An assessment finds Dartmouth's administrative services strong and identifies opportunities for improvement.

Beyond Wall Street
MBAs using business skills in careers with nonprofit and public sectors.

Second Annual Special Olympics Summer Games for Upper Valley
Special athletes in the region compete in Summer Games.

Telling Difficult Stories
Film and discussion series confronts domestic violence, rape, and mental illness.

Homing in on a New Design
New look in development for Dartmouth's Web site.

May Events at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
Ambassador Hector Timerman, Michael Klare, and Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer conduct three lectures in May.

Asian American Studies Conference to Bring Leading Scholars to Dartmouth
Lectures, panel discussions, and other events to introduce Asian American Studies to students, faculty, and staff.

Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.

Research Awards
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $15.4 million during March, including $2.5 million in new and competing awards.

Music Festival Features "Orchestras of Sameness"
28th Annual Festival of New Musics opens Saturday, May 6.

Road Shows
New essay collection looks at travel and the cinema—examining travelogue films.

Sleepless in Hanover
3rd Annual Dartmouth Relay for Life in support of cancer research and awareness being held on Friday, May 5.

Dartmouth Cosponsors Conference on Campus Race Relations
3rd Annual Race Relations in New England Campuses conferences hosted by Northeastern University.

Seeing is Learning
Institute to focus on the history of how objects are used to teach the life sciences.

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