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April 16, 2007 Issue

Volume XXV • Issue 15

Lynd Wins Sustainability Award
Inaugural Lemelson-MIT honor for sustainability goes to Thayer professor.

A Tale of Two Presidents
President of the American University of Kuwait meets President of Dartmouth College.

Class of 2011 Application, Acceptance Rates Break Records
Over 14,000 apply for admission, but only 15 percent admitted.

Thayer Students Inspire Hybrid Race Car Competition
Teams design, build, and race formula race cars with gas-electric hybrid drive trains.

Dartmouth to Host Presidential Primary Debates in September
NBC's Tim  Russert to moderate two days of debates.

John W. Strohbehn Memorial Service
Memorial Service to be held Wednesday, April 25, at 2:30 p.m. in Rollins Chapel

Calling All Lumberjacks
Woodsmen's Weekend to be held April 20 and 21.

Dartmouth-UNH Team Receives $1.7 Million Grant
Associate Professor Barrett Rogers to head research team.

Sateia Honored for Commitment to Diversity
Holly Sateia, a longtime Dartmouth administrator who is currently dean of student life and senior associate dean of the college, was presented with the Revis A. Cox Memorial Award by the Association of College Unions International.

Dartmouth Veterans on Military Service
The Dickey Center to sponsor roundtable discussion on the merits and demerits of military service.

Moving from Paper to Pixels
Several institutions combine knowledge and experience to move from paper to a digital-based system.

Kaufman '08 is Truman Scholar
Andrew Kaufman awarded scholarship for graduate school and opportunities for internships. 

Door-to-Door Mapmaking
Research fellow and a team of students study disaster recovery on-site in New Orleans.

Middle School Students Go Behind the Scenes at Dartmouth
Job shadowing experience proves beneficial for two eighth-graders.

Big Green Bookshelf
Recent titles by Dartmouth authors are on display during spring and summer terms at Berry Main Street.

Kraebel,  Spielhagen Receive Rintels Prizes for Undergraduate Theses
Prestigious honors for senior theses in the humanities and social sciences awarded in March.

"Thither let us bend all our thoughts, to learn"
Old media meets new in the 10-year-old Milton Reading Room.

Holocaust Remembrance Day Observance April 14
Dartmouth College Hillel will host the Yom Hashoah Memorial Program.

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