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February 19, 2007 Issue

Volume XXV • Issue 12

Childers Appointed College Ombudsperson
Mary Childers to head new Ombuds Office to serve as a resource for non-faculty employees.

Word Processing
The Book Arts Workshop celebrates the art of letterpress printing.

President Seeks Comments on Revised Mission Statement
President Wright encourages comments on the just-released revised mission statement.

A New Poem by Lucille Clifton
Montgomery Fellow debuts new poem during a poetry reading.

Register Now for Summer Robotics Program
The popular robotics program for Upper Valley young people set for June and July.

Ice Breakers: Staff, Students Take the Plunge
New day's record set for the most times to jump in the frigid waters of Occum Pond at the annual Polar Bear Swim.

Dartmouth Students Build Online Archive of Historic Mathematician
Leonhard Euler's works, scanned and posted, are now accessible online. 

Enduring Tributes
Works of art honoring significant figures at Dartmouth were unveiled on campus in 2006.

Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.

Tuck Graduate Recognized as Ebony Young Leader
Ramsey Jay Jr., Tuck '05 named one of Thirty Young Leaders Under 30.

Navajo Supreme Court in Session at Dartmouth
The Navajo Supreme Court argues a case at the Tuck School of Business.

Vox the Vote
All-media voting for new officers and executive committee members begins April 1.

Dickey Center International Interns to Share Experiences
Four students to be the focus of a panel as part of a series celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Dickey Center.

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