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November 6, 2006 Issue

Volume XXV • Issue 7

Study Forecasts Mid-Term Election Results
Based on current ballot polling data, researchers expect the Democratic party to gain House majority.

New Center to Honor Koop
The  C. Everett Koop Medical Science Complex will enhance research and patient care.

Faheys Commit More Than $13 Million
Faheys' gifts support a range of College priorities.

In New Role, Armstrong Focuses On Diversity
New appointment taps Nels Armstrong's experience on minority affairs.

Tucker Foundation Receives Spirit of New Hampshire Award
Dartmouth Community Services, the local outreach and education arm of service at the Tucker Foundation, will receive a 2006 Spirit of New Hampshire Award, to be presented by Governor John Lynch on November 13 in Concord.

Concerts, Lecture Honor Dmitri Shostakovich
Associate Professor of Music Steven Swayne has organized a series of events in honor of the centenary of the birth of Dmitri Shostakovich beginning on November 7 at 4 p.m. in Carpenter Hall.

For the Records
A behind-the-scenes look at the Records Management facility.

The Caravaggio Connection
Best-selling author to speak about the mysterious circumstances of Caravaggio's The Taking of Christ.

Research Awards
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $6.7 million during September, including $3.5 million in new and competing awards.

Study Sheds Light on Aspirin, Colon Cancer
Researchers focus on whether or not aspirin helps curb colon cancer in some people.

Good Catch
Polocrosse team gains club sport status and will compete in a national intercollegiate tournament.

Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.

Breaking Down Barriers Through Performance
Students and inmates work together in the Telling My Story program.

Dartmouth Directory Will Be Print-On-Demand
Directory moving away from print format and toward a strong on-line presence.

Editor's Picks

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