Volume XXV • Issue 4
Trustees Endorse Alumni Constitution Revision
Trustees approve a motion supporting the new constitution's approach to, among other items, a more representative alumni governance structure.
Scholars of Distinction
In recognition of their highly distinguished careers, six faculty members representing a broad spectrum of disciplines were recently named to existing or newly created endowed professorships.
Dartmouth Breaks Fundraising Record
Over $160 million raised with significant growth in participation.
John Rich '80 Named 2006 MacArthur Fellow
Alumni receives recognition and a $500,000 grant to help fund his work addressing the health-care needs of African American men in urban settings.
Special Dartmouth Employee Rates on Skiway Season Passes Through October 6
Skiway celebrates its 50th Anniversary with special savings on season passes.
Off to a Great Start
Convocation, orientation make first-years feel at home.
In the Spotlight: New Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
With this first issue of the term, Vox continues its series introducing the newest members of the faculty of arts and sciences.
Protest in Paris
Hood Museum of Art features 35 photographs by Serge Hambourg.
New Residence Halls Named
Residence halls within the new McLaughlin Cluster and on Tuck Mall to bear names of the Fahey, Goldstein, and McLane families.
Dedications Unveil Range of New Buildings
New facilities on campus, ranging from residence halls to classroom space, greet students who arrived for fall term.
Through Another's Eyes
Montgomery Fellow Githa Hariharan engages students in the literature of India.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students.
Dartmouth Researchers Find Key Player in Immune System Regulation
Dartmouth Medical School researchers reveal a crucial link in how the immune system works.
A Behind-the-Scenes Take on Covering the News
Five national journalists come to Dartmouth in October to discuss covering economic and business news.
Tenth Anniversary for Diversity Reading and Film Groups
The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity invites employees to join this year's group examining topics related to diversity.
"Taste not Waste" campaign launched at Home Plate encouraging students to eat at any college dining facility without producing waste.
Does Technology Make Us Freer?
The Dartmouth Centers Forum addresses the theme of "Freedom and Technology" during the 2006-07 academic year.
Following the Rules
Researchers work to determine if they can make larger objects obey the laws of quantum mechanics.
Seniors Turn in Their Grades on Dartmouth
Seniors report a high degree of overall satisfaction with their undergraduate education.
Upcoming Events: Montgomery Fellow Lecture
Romila Thapar, the preeminent historian of India and author of Early India, will deliver a public lecture, "Interpretations of Early Indian History.
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