Volume XXVI • Issue 18
Faculty Provide Presidential Search Input to Trustees
The May 9 meeting in Dartmouth Hall was the fourth open forum held by Ed Haldeman ’70, chair of the Board of Trustees, and Al Mulley ’70, chair of the search committee for the College’s 17th president.
Caryl Phillips Is Montgomery Fellow
Phillips will be at Dartmouth for the summer term as a Montgomery Fellow.
The Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science (DUJS) celebrates 10 years of continuous publishing history.
Life After Blitz?
BlitzMail was in the vanguard of email systems when it debuted on campus, but has lately been showing its age.
A Free Lunch
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In the Spotlight
New members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Remembering Robert Rauschenberg
Robert Rauschenberg, one of the 20th century’s most legendary artists, died May 12.
Dartmouth researchers were awarded $33.4 million during March and April.
Students Honored with National Scholarships
Three current students and five alumni win Fulbright Scholarships and two current students are chosen as alternates for Fulbright scholarships. A Beinecke Scholarship and Udall Scholarship were awarded to current students.
In Their Own Words
New podcasts from Dartmouth voices
It's So Easy Being Green
The 2008 Big Green Bus Crew will depart Hanover in early June.
Ex Libris: Bookplates Recognize Students
The Dartmouth Library is honoring more than 60 students from the Class of 2008 through its Student Library Service Bookplate Program.
Innovative Program Screens Soldiers for Brain Injury
Dartmouth Medical School and the Maine Army National Guard have partnered to launch a two-tiered Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Program to meet the needs of returning soldiers.
Turning Green into Gold
Dartmouth’s recently completed McLaughlin Cluster residence halls have been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for their environmental sustainability, winning Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold certifications.
Paint, Pixel, and Preservation
A major gift from the Manton Foundation will create a $3 million endowment to support the Dartmouth College Library’s Digital Library Program. An additional $1 million endowment will support preservation and education programs for The Epic of American Civilization.
Rugby Wins Ivy Cup Championship
The Dartmouth Rugby Team won its twelfth Ivy League Cup Championship when it defeated Harvard University 41-0 on April 27, 2008.
Nicknamed the "Pain Train," the Dartmouth men's Ultimate Frisbee team enjoyed its most successful season ever this spring.
Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students
Last Updated: 12/17/08